The "Symphony of Kings" brings back to life Sinatra's lush orchestrations, the dramatics of Elvis, and Michael Jackson's dance video soundtracks. All three of these artists brought much more to the stage than their voice, and this show elegantly pairs them with a symphony to match the breadth of their stage presence.
Showered with awards and recognition for his live and recorded vocal performances, Brian Duprey's voice is the closest you'll ever hear to Frank Sinatra in his prime. This Broadway Series actor had his big break on Fox TV's hit reality show "Performing As," where he won the top prize by portraying his idol, Frank Sinatra.
As an actor in the hit musical "The Rat Pack is Back," Brian Duprey spent a decade perfecting his craft and elevated the standard of tribute shows in the vein of "Jersey Boys."
"He's got it down!"
"Duprey's rendition of 'My Way' is worth the ticket price alone!"
"Brian stands alone as the number one Frank Sinatra performer in the world."
His lead role and creative development of the show built a 48 state tour, repeat bookings, and secured the title of Best Tribute Show of Las Vegas in 2014. He's performed in over 200 Performing Arts Theaters and Casinos across the country generating sold-out performances and rave reviews from fans and critics alike.
His own symphonic tribute to Old Blue Eyes, "Symphonic Sinatra," is the only authentic recreation of Frank Sinatra in Concert. With breathtaking stage charisma, sparkling blue eyes, and a velvet baritione voice, Brian Duprey truly inhabits Frank Sinatra. Enjoy an unforgettable evening with this broadway series actor as he takes you on a dramatic musical journey through some of the crooner's iconic hits like Fly Me To The Moon, New York, New York, My Way, I've Got You Under My Skin and many more. Mr. Duprey has performed "Symphonic Sinatra" with the Fremont Symphony, the Santa Rosa Symphony, the Carolina Opry, the Gulf Coast Symphony, the Worcester Symphony, and many others across the country.
Brian Duprey's film credits includes "Get Him To The Greek" as well as the hit TV show "CSI Las Vegas." He's opened for Paul Anka and has performed for the likes of Steve Wynn and the entire cast of HBO's "The Sopranos."
"Most successful event in our symphony's history!"
-Monica Koechlein (Executive Director, Richmond (IN) Symphony)
Do it again!"
Since winning Elvis Presley Enterprise's international "Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist" contest Justin has toured the world paying homage to The King, headlining shows in England, Australia, Malaysia, Fiji, Canada, Sweden, Chile, Germany, Singapore and, of course, Las Vegas.
His likeness to Elvis has allowed him to be featured on the cover of USA Today and on the David Letterman Show. His concerts nearly always sell out, including venues with capacities up to 25,000!
He has performed with Elvis' original background singers, The Jordanaires, as well as the Million Dollar Quartet and the Blackwood Brothers.
In 2016 Justin performed at a fundraiser for the Richmond (Indiana) Symphony, raising $80,000 for the symphony association!
For 13 years straight, Justin won awards and Elvis competitions with his strong voice and amazing dance moves.
As a young boy J. Lucas was strongly influenced by Michael Jackson and developed his own prodigious talents while following Jackson's career very closely. Upon Jackson's death in 2009, J. honored his memory by performing a Michael Jackson Tribute Show in his hometown of Aiken, South Carolina. He was soon performing all over the East Coast and began studying with LA choreographer Lisa Kellogg, who appeared as a dancer in several of Jackson's original music videos.
Legends in Concert, the world's greatest live tribute show, welcomed J. Lucas in 2010, where he portrayed Michael Jackson at the Dick Clark's American Bandstand Theater in Branson, MO. At the age of 19 he accepted a contract as a performer with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines.
J. continues to travel the globe portraying the choreography and vocals of Michael Jackson with an intensity and passion that comes from true love and respect for the King of Pop.