That's Life! Songs of The Rat Pack

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2 Venues

The Ballroom at Ayers House Events

288 North Tce, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Entrance is via two gates off North Terrace and via a gate off Paxton's Walk on the western side Ayers House. Enter the venue via the Foyer on the eastern side (off car park)(eastern side of Ayers House).

Gerard Pavilion Upper Level at Morphettville Racecourse

79 Morphett Road, Morphettville SA, Australia

Main entrance located on Morphett Road

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About this event

Adelaide born singer/songwriter Jack Raft dives into the world of crooner jazz, for a season of breathtaking songs from Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. Accompanied by a full jazz orchestra and rhythm section, you'll be taken away to a world of smooth vocal melodies and the most delightful tunes of the 50's and 60's. Since a young age, Jack has performed in musical theatre, opera, and been a singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist. It has always been a dream to be able to put on his own solo Fringe show, and he is so excited to be able to share his love for the songs of the Rat Pack to audience this Fringe season. You'll be taken away by the incredible cabaret style seating, lighting design and incredible audio. It'll be a night to remember. Book now before it sells out!

Presented by:
Jack Raft

Jack Raft is 17 year old Award-Winning singer/songwriter from Adelaide, who's performed for just over 8 years. As a professional singer, Jack performs with his sister Georgie Raft, in successful gigs around town. Jack has developed a range of musical talents, such as being proficient in his piano and guitar skills, and having taught himself the drums too, he has created himself a portfolio of gigs as a musician too. Jack looks to be heading towards the world of music production, and having built his own recording studio, looks to further enhance his production skills, in the hopes of one day being able to showcase his works to the world.

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