Frank...A Musical Journey

"Frank . . . A Musical Journey" is a musical journey reflecting upon key points in the singer's life, and the songs that defined those times for him. Read More

About Rick Michel

A versatile entertainer with a genuine passion for the Great American Songbook, Rick Michel has been performing professionally in a variety of different mediums since the late 1970s. Read More

About The Music

It's full of wonderfully crafted storytelling, for one thing. When the likes of Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer combined creative forces in composing "One For My Baby," they produced one of the best "saloon songs" of all time. Read More


Upcoming Shows

Las Vegas Nevada - Cannery East Resort and Casino
Montreal Canada - The Rialto Theatre
Idyllwild California - Idyllwild Outdoor Concert
Columbus Ohio - Ohio State Fair
Boca Raton Florida - Velagio

Rick Michel's Blog

I’m enjoying these attempts of putting Frank … A Musical Journey into blog form, living each moment, reliving every emotion and trying to give the reader a glimpse into the experience that is this monumental Las Vegas show. The combination of song and narration deliver the greatest Sinatra experience on stage. (...)
Frank … A Musical Journey is a Las Vegas show unlike any other, anywhere – weaving iconic tunes from the American Songbook and rich narrative in a way that illustrates The Voice’s life, the ups and the downs, like a classic portrait, but rich in visual and auditory texture. It’s designed to be the definitive Sinatra show and I’m confident you’ll agree that it delivers. (...)
Frank Sinatra took being a cultural icon to a new level. He wasn’t the first idol, the Romantic poets of the 18th century lived for that “rock star” status, but he took it to a whole other level with the throngs of screaming girls – referred to as bobbysoxers – that would foreshadow the coming of the Beatles, the Michael Jacksons, and then the Justin Biebers that record executives try to assemble today. (...)
When you have as much experience as I do – I’m hoping they just don’t mean I’m old – it’s natural to get asked for show business advice. And I really do love to be able to give out entertainment tips to hard-working and talented up-and-comers because I wish there was someone I had access to when I was starting out. That kind of information is invaluable. (...)
A celebrity’s endorsement of a product provides unparalleled exposure to the public and that’s why companies pay big bucks to have stars say they support their products. What’s even more valuable is having some big name tout a brand without having solicited their backing. That’s what Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey received from Frank Sinatra. (...)
“Cool” is rarely a descriptive term someone is unhappy about being labelled with. In fact, for many, it’s something for which to strive. Seemingly, and I would love to know if you agree with this, those best at attaining a state of “coolness” seem to be those who put the least amount of effort in its acquisition. (...)