Celebrating 'Ol Blue Eyes'
Snow to perform in
Carrollton as Sinatra
native to bring
talent to Butler Park
Helen E. McKinney
CARROLLTON, Ky. (February 2013) After completing
each performance of his Frank Sinatra tribute show, Matt Snow is able
to truly say, I Did It My Way. For several decades, Snow
has been singing the music and portraying the life of a musical legend.
Known as The Cincinnati Sinatra, Snow performs in appropriate attire
with a professional sound system. He has performed all over the country
as a full-time entertainer and all ages attend his tribute shows.
He will bring his Sinatra tribute show to Carrolltons Gen. Butler
State Resort Park Conference Center on Feb. 9 for a dinner theater.
A Valentines-themed dinner is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. with the
performance to follow. Tickets can be purchased for $40 per person at
the Lodge front desk up until Noon on Friday, Feb. 8. A cash bar will
Snow said the best part of his job is his clients
and fans. A bonus is getting paid for doing what you love
Snow doesnt prefer any one particular period of Sinatras
musical career. I like different periods for different reasons,
but he did his best work in the 50s and 60s, said
He usually performs one-hour show sets encompassing the career of Frank
Sinatra, and touching on the major songs of Sinatras friends:
Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Bing Crosby, Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole,
Bobby Darin and others in the same genre of music. Snow said I
also work with my wife, Patti, who does Marilyn Monroe. I work with
other artists who do Elvis, Judi Garland, Nancy Sinatra, Patsy Cline,
Originally from Cincinnati, Snow has a large repertoire of more than
300 songs. He sings the vocal part during a playback of the orchestral
soundtrack of the songs, making it sound like the original recording.
Snow does a series of Sinatra performances that are offered only through
Patti Warner Productions.
The audience is taken on a musical journey through Sinatras entire
career, from the music he was singing when he began in the Early Years
of 1939-1950, his Comeback years in the 1950s, the Very Good Years of
the 1960s and after a brief retirement, the Final Curtain Show chronicles
Sinatras career up until his death in 1998. Also offered are a
Patriotic show, a Christmas/Holiday show, and shows by Franks
Snow began his singing career in June 1971 at the Old Saloon in Kenwood,
Ohio, and the Madiera Manor Hunt Room. He has gone on to sing to millions
of people in a variety of venues and is well known for his ability to
engage and interact with audiences.
Personally, I love Frank Sinatra, said Tanya Supplee, Program
Services Supervisor for Gen. Butler State Resort Park. Since the
Dinner Theater themes have been centered around tribute artists and
bands, I started researching for Frank Sinatra artists. She found
Snow and knew he was the perfect performer for the February dinner theater
A man in a black suit, singing silky smooth love songs... Where
else would you want to be but reliving songs that will never be sung
again by the master himself, Frank Sinatra? Supplee said.
Snow is unique, she said, in that he is doing this as a full-time
entertainer, and has performed all over the country, along with being
featured at a spectacular series of shows in Las Vegas. Snow is
the longest consecutively-performing Frank Sinatra Tribute Artist around.
An online testimonial to Snows professionalism by Gary McCormick,
General Manager of the Historic Boone Tavern Hotel & Restaurant
in Berea, Ky., said Snows performance, had a wonderful variety,
pace and great energy. He is a well seasoned professional, and has a
great voice and transitions from one character to the next easily. A
thoroughly enjoyable and affordable entertainment experience. I highly
More information can be found on Matt Show
A one-night Overnight Package is offered for $165.95 per couple for
anyone wishing to spend the night at Gen. Butler State Resort Park.
The package includes the show with dinner, a lodge room and Sunday breakfast
at Two Rivers Restaurant. Contact Tanya Supplee at (502)732-4384 or
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