Robert Davi’s embrace of the Frank Sinatra songbook is now part of our cultural fabric.
Last year, nearly 12,000 people came to hear his signature take on the Great American Songbook at The Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre in Eisenhower Park, NY. The star of films like The Goonies, Die Hard and the upcoming Expendables 3 brings Sinatra’s songs to life in all new ways, witness the raves from critics and audiences alike.
This week, Davi will put those pipes to a grand cause–benefiting the men and women of the U.S. military.
Davi is the headliner of a Thursday July 24 concert in California which will feature an appearance by Oscar-winner Jon Voight.
The benefit, starting at 8 p.m. at Herb Albert’s Vibrato in Bel Air, CA, will raise money for America’s Mighty Warriors. Also appearing will be Bruce Charet and Gary Bryan and Lisa Stanley from K-EARTH 101.
For tickets and more information please call (310) 474 9400.
Debbie Lee founded America’s Mighty Warriors after her son Marc Alan Lee, the first SEAL killed in Iraq, sacrificed his life on August 2, 2006. America’s Mighty Warriors continue to honor and support our troops and the families of the fallen for their selfless sacrifices.