Antonio Duca, Dakota Horvath, and Bob Duda star in a musical tribute that chronicals the life of "The Voice" through a live performance of singing and story telling.
Listen, see and feel the story of th 20th century's most influential musical artist. The legend that is, Frank Sinatra: The interpretive genius of American popular song.
Antonio Duca is a 19-year-old crooner born and raised in Chicago. Beginning at the age of 7, Duca has been entertaining audiences across the Chicagoland area with his covers of American popular songs. From Rat Pack to Rockabilly, Duca has established himself to be a true “old soul”. At the age of 16, he acted and sang in an episode of the hit Fox TV show, Empire, which was his national television début. In Chicago, he has performed at renowned venues such as Fitzgerald’s, Room 43 and Andy’s Jazz Club.
Dakota Horvath started out his career tributing Frank Sinatra at Legends in Concert in Las Vegas, where he also spent a year performing as Sinatra in The Broadway Rat Pack at the Four Queens. He has shared the stage with such celebs as Tony Bennett, Jimmy Buffet, Herbie Hancock, Seal, Rick Springfield, Clint Holmes, Don Rickles, Dennis Tufano, Melissa Etheridge, Lou Rawls, Paul Anka, Michael Bolton and Tony Orlando, and sang for Brad Pitt & Jennifer Aniston's at their wedding in LA. Today, at 31, he has established himself as a crossover artist who sings multiple genres of music including Jazz, pop, funk, soul and R&B.
Bob Duda is mostly known as a big band singer who performs the songs of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tony Bennett, and Bobby Darin. He has performed at the taste of Chicago, The Illinois Mayor's conference along with many charitable and corporate events. He is a product of the Chicago Park District Theater and has performed on stage in numerous musicals such as Li'l Abner South Pacific, Grease and others throughout his career.