The Sinatra Legacy: A Tribute to Ole Blue Eyes Will Take to the Stage in Franklin

Sinatra Legacy
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Studio Tenn is continuing its renowned Legacy Series this March 13 – 17 with its sixth installment, The Sinatra Legacy: A Musical Tribute to Ol Blue Eyes. Returning to the historic Franklin Theatre for the first time since the inaugural Legacy performance six years ago, The Sinatra Legacy celebrates the timeless talents of the Rat Pack legend, Frank Sinatra.

Over the past six years, Studio Tenn has successfully taken their Legacy Series from Franklin’s Jamison Theatre and Franklin Theatre to Nashville’s world-famous Ryman Auditorium, paying homage to history’s most influential artists of the 20th century such as Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles and Glen Campbell.

Studio Tenn Managing Director, Todd Morgan, mentioned his excitement to return to the Franklin Theatre with The Sinatra Legacy and how the venue acts as the perfect place for the Production.

“We couldn’t be honoring Sinatra in a more fitting venue than the Franklin Theatre,” said Morgan. “The historical and cultural atmosphere of the theater provides the spot-on Sinatra style that audiences will rave over for weeks to come.”

The incredible cast of local and non-local artists includes Laura Matula, Maggie Richardson, Jaimee Paul, John Mark McGaha, William Hall and American Idol season 8 finalist Matt Giraud, all of whom are sure take you back to the swooning sounds of Sinatra’s dreamy baritone.

Studio Tenn will also be welcoming Shelby Jones as she makes her debut as the first high school student to perform in the Legacy Series. With credits including Ariel in The Little Mermaid, Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family and work as a voice actor for Musical Theater International, Jones makes an excellent addition to the well-rounded cast.

Under the co-direction of Benji Kern, Studio Tenn’s Interim Artistic Director, and Laura Matula of MA2LA, this original theatrical concert will bring audiences the very best of Sinatra’s dazzling array of hit songs such as “My Way,” “New York, New York,” and “Come Fly With Me.”

The Sinatra Legacy is going to be a production fit for audiences of all ages,” said Kern. “The concert is full of original and reimagined big band Sinatra tunes that everyone recognizes and adores, performed by a cast of unmatched talent, and all back in the birthplace of our original Legacy Series.”

The Sinatra Legacy: A Musical Tribute to Ol Blue Eye splays for five days only, running Wednesday, March 13 through Sunday, March 17, at the Franklin Theatre located at 419 Main Street in downtown Franklin.  Tickets and information available at or by calling the office at (615) 538-2076.