Ea­monn O’Neal

Salford Advertiser - - NEWS -

I’M sure it won’t have es­caped your no­tice that Fran­cis Al­bert Sinatra would have been 100 this year.

There’s prob­a­bly noth­ing I can tell you about Frank, one of the best sell­ing artists of all time, hav­ing sold more than 150 mil­lion records world­wide, but now you’ve got a chance to en­joy Sinatra’s mu­sic on your doorstep.

Lo­cal ac­tor and crooner Wayne Devlin is tak­ing to the stage in Urm­ston to bring the New Jer­sey leg­end to life.

Wayne was spot­ted singing Sinatra’s songs in New York and Las Ve­gas, and closer to home he had a res­i­dency at the Traf­ford Cen­tre.

A cou­ple of months ago Wayne was named as ‘One of the 40 Faces of Traf­ford’ in recog­ni­tion of the work he has done for lo­cal char­i­ties and com­mu­nity groups.

Now he’s rais­ing money again with his Sinatra con­cert and will do­nate the prof­its to buy equip­ment in the new sen­sory area for ba­bies and chil­dren with spe­cial needs at Cheeky Cherubs soft play cen­tre.

The classy gig is on Fri­day at Our Lady’s and The English Mar­tyrs Parish Cen­tre, Davy­hulme Road.

Get your­self along and you’ll be made very wel­come by Manch­ester’s own Ol’ Blue Eyes.

●●Manch­ester ac­tor and singer Wayne Devlin and (left) Frank Sinatra

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