Field Hall Presents: Frankie Moreno, “Blue Suede Tunes”
September 9 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm| $45 – $65
With 17 Top-Ten albums (5 No. 1’s), 113 Top-Ten singles (97 No. 1’s), an Emmy nomination, and being named Las Vegas “Headliner of the Year” 5 times, Frankie Moreno is consistently breaking records and wowing audiences from coast to coast with his own brand of genre-blurring Rock n’ Roll. Frankie’s rock n’ roll era tribute show “Blue Suede Tunes” includes a five-piece band driving the swaggering singer/pianist’s modern take on classic pop and dance music. This event is presented with sponsorship support by the Field Arts & Events Hall Board of Directors.
Frankie Moreno commands audiences around the world with his highly contagious music and playful stage antics. In 2019, he made music history by becoming the only artist to have 6 albums debut at a Top-Ten spot on the Billboard Charts in a 12-month period.
As a child prodigy on the piano and a gifted multi-instrumentalist, Frankie was first introduced to American audiences at the age of 10 on CBS’s Star Search. His performance on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars brought him into America’s living rooms again performing his self-penned hit “Tangerine Honey”. He has continued to perform sold-out concerts including Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, The Hollywood Bowl, and Vegas residencies.
Frankie’s collaboration with world-renowned violinist Joshua Bell, At Home With Friends, reached the No. 1 spot on Billboard. The album included Sting, Josh Groban, Chris Botti, Kristin Chenoweth, and Regina Spektor. Frankie and Josh have since released Musical Gifts, which reached No. 8 on Billboard and featured Placido Domingo, Gloria Estefan, Allison Krauss, and Chick Corea.
Frankie toured the U.S. with Sugarland and Billy Currington. He joined multi-platinum artists Air Supply for their world tour as musical director, and wrote their radio single “Dance with Me”, reaching No. 7 on Billboard’s Top 40. He has performed his original works for his Symphony concerts with the nation’s premier orchestras.