Henry Prego has a confident vocal style reminiscent of the swinging romantic ballad singers, and easily captivates his audiences with a debonair sophistication, style and charm all his own.
- Resurgence of swing music
- Swinging romantic ballad
- Henry Prego – The Tribute to Frank Sinatra
- An Evening with Frank and Dean
Henry Prego aka Frank Sinatra has a confident vocal style reminiscent of the swinging romantic ballad singers, and easily captivates his audiences with a debonair sophistication, style and charm all his own.
His performance credits include many top New York clubs, such as Birdland, Iridium, Judy’s, Five Spot, Village Gate, Rainbow Room and Supper Club.
He has performed his tribute to Sinatra at many private charity events, parties and corporate functions, for clients including the American Heart Association, The American Cancer Society, King World Enterprise, Cedar Sinai Hospital honoring Mr. Larry King, honoring Mr. Bill Gates, Stan Kenton and many others throughout the country.
Henry appeared on CBS This Morning discussing the resurgence of swing music. He also performed on Japanese television for a special on American jazz.
Henry Prego not only sounds like the Chairman of the Board, his looks and movements as the man many consider the best interpreter of song in the last century, are amazingly accurate. Surprisingly, it was The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and other rockers of the era that Henry grew up listening to. It wasn’t until years later that the young vocalist, who also plays guitar and bass, discovered the romantic balladeers of the 20th Century and decided that was the kind of music he wanted to perform.
His natural ability to sing Sinatra-style, along with his perfected mannerisms and physical resemblance, makes Henry Prego a must-see!