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Honoring a great influence on his career, Paul Anka makes his triumphant return to the WHBPAC with his tour, Anka Sings Sinatra: His Songs, My Songs, My Way. Anka is famous for hits such as “Diana”, “Lonely Boy”, “Put Your Head On My Shoulder”. Featuring these and other hits that span his 65 year career, this is sure to be a night that will fly you to the moon!
Born July 30, 1941, in Ottawa, Canada, into a close knit family, Paul Anka didnt waste time getting his life in music started. From an early age he sang in a choir, studied piano and honed his writing skills with journalism courses, even working as a cub reporter at the Ottawa Citizen. By 13, he had his own vocal group, the Bobbysoxers. Blinded by determination, he would take his mothers car and drive to perform at every amateur night he could across the river in Quebec. Soon after, he won a trip to New York by winning a Campbells soup contest that required him to spend three months collecting soup can labels. After visiting the music hub of New York, was there that his dream to make it as a singer composer was solidified. There was not a doubt in his young tenacious mind.
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Legendary singer and songwriter Paul Anka dazzles in a performance featuring his biggest hits, including “Put Your Head On My Shoulder”, “Diana”, “She’s A Lady”, and “My Way.” With songwriting credits ranging from Frank Sinatra to Michael Jackson, and Johnny Carson’s “The Tonight Show” theme, this academy award-nominee will thrill and entertain you.