Although Jack D’Amico began his musical career later in life than most, he has
accomplished more than many others could ever hope for. Known for his portrayal
of Frank Sinatra in the play The Pack Is Back, performed at Piper’s Alley (which
set the attendance record for a first run play in Chicago), and the stage show The
Chicago Rat Pack, which continues to tour the US and internationally, he has
received alcaldes such as the following from The News - Aruba: "Jack D’Amico,
as Frank Sinatra, is probably the most impressive character in the show, wiggling his
hips in a subdued but very Sinatra-ish way. It is his voice, however, which makes
everybody sit up and pay attention: it is exactly the great master’s voice and intonation.
Incredible! "

A self proclaimed “piano bar junkie," for years Jack has entertained audiences in
some of Chicago’s finest lounges and supper clubs, all the while molding his style
around those of the great saloon singers. Dave Hoekstra of the Chicago Sun-Times
states: "Jack D'Amico, Chicago ’s favorite Sinatra stylist, is a brilliant saloon singer
in his own right. " '

However, Jack’s talents are not limited to his tributes to Old Blue Eyes, and his
continuing lounge appearances. His credits include performances on stage (with
Joe Montegna) and screen. He has written and performed commercial voice-overs,
radio, television and print media. He’s appeared in dinner theater and concerts
(with Tom Dreesen), and at numerous political functions, festivals and corporate events throughout North America.

In addition, one of Jack’s passions is writing his own music. He has received rave
reviews, from his peers, for his CD “Notes To A Lover,” in which he wrote all ten
songs. Jack is currently working on his second CD of original tunes.

His favorite kind of music? Music that comes from the heart. If you want the world
on a string, or just someone to tug on your heart strings, look no further .....................

Jack D’Amico has arrived!