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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

The "Rat Pack" Returns July 6th to Lake Tahoe's Historic Cal Neva Resort!

 Get ready for a pack of music and laughter as the Cal Neva Resort hosts one of the most celebrated Rat Pack tribute shows ever to grace the stage. Co-produced by Sinatra Nation LLC and Rat Pack Events, this salute to Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin is a critics choice.  The show features three of the most accomplished and sought-after entertainers in the business:  Dave Halston as Frank, Nicholas Brooks as Sammy and Bob Caudle as Dean.  A captivating blend of swing, swagger and antics, this show is an energizing spectacle that delivers "Old School Cool" like never before!

According to Sinatra Nation representative Liz Silverman, "the show is designed to excite the imagination with fabulous music, hilarious comedy and unforgettable fun in the very same showroom that hosted the real Sinatra and his Rat Pack."  The show is an unforgettable 90 minutes of 18-karat fun!

All three entertainers sport impressive on-stage pedigrees.

Notably Dave Halston experienced an extraordinary career highlight when he delivered a command performance for Frank's widow, Barbara Sinatra, who said Dave delivered a "wonderful performance" and was moved to tears by his commanding rendition of "My Way".  Together, Dave and Bob Caudle have also performed for Jeanne Martin (Mrs. Dean Martin) - again with rave reviews.

About the Cal Neva Resort

Located on Crystal Point, overlooking Lake Tahoe, Cal Neva Resort offers the perfect combination of peace and quiet paired with one of the world's most adventurous playgrounds.  Once a secret haven for Frank Sinatra and his Rat Pack, San Francisco's upper crust, Hollywood's stars and international dignitaries, the Cal Neva Resort's mystique lives on and gives the hotel its distinction as a true Lake Tahoe classic.  The original Lodge was built in 1926 by wealthy San Francisco businessman, Robert P. Sherman, who used the Lodge as a guesthouse for his friends and real estate clients.

Today, families from all over the world still receive the first class service and personal touch that made this resort so famous. Unlike any other North Lake Tahoe hotel, all 199 hotel rooms, suites and chalets offer spectacular views of Lake Tahoe. Inside and out, this historic property located in Crystal Bay offers all the amenities you would expect from a full service resort; it's also the only property in the world located in two states - on the state lines of California and Nevada.