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Frank Sinatra: Our Way

Seven talented but unknown music acts from across the UK take to the stage to perform songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, in a bid to win a slot at his centenary concert.

Seven talented but unknown music acts from across the UK take to the stage to perform their own unique renditions of songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, in a bid to win a slot at his centenary concert.

Set against a backdrop of glitz and glamour worthy of the Rat Pack, the show is hosted by Alexander Armstrong and Rochelle Humes, while a panel of celebrity Sinatra devotees, including songwriter, musician and producer Dave Stewart, funny man and performer Rufus Hound and singer and broadcaster Mica Paris, offers up a critique of each performance.

The winning act will be chosen by a group of expert judges that includes musicians, composers, music journalists and vocal coaches.

1 hour, 15 minutes

Last on

Sat 3 Jan 2015 19:00

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How does Frank Sinatra: Our Way work?

How does Frank Sinatra: Our Way work?
From how we selected the performers, to the role of our celebrity music experts, you can read about theĀ details of the talent search here.

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Alexander Armstrong
Presenter Rochelle Humes
Participant Dave Stewart
Participant Rufus Hound
Participant Mica Paris
Participant Leo Green
Director Tim Van Someren
Executive Producer Sue Andrew
Executive Producer Lisa Chapman
Executive Producer Malcolm Gerrie

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Our celebrity music experts

Meet the famous faces who'll be casting an expert eye over the performers.