Tom Tiratto has performed in many of the finest venues around the U.S. and Canada, including a stint with ‘The Rat Pack is Back’ in Las Vegas, San Francisco and Chicago. Tom’s ‘Tribute to Frank Sinatra’ has since become a great success and has been seen in some of the finest theaters across the United States. Tom has performed on television shows such as, ‘The Tonight Show with ‘Jay Leno,’ two Nostalgia TV Productions of, ‘Puttin on the Ritz,’ and ‘The Nostalgia Holiday Christmas Album.’ He has also appeared as a special guest on numerous local television shows and radio programs around the country, promoting his first album: ‘A Tribute to Frank Sinatra,’ along with his latest release entitled, ‘The Sinatra of My Years,’ as well as many live performances. Tom was also the premier performer at Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida, starring in three productions, ‘Stars, Stripes and Swing,’ ‘Melodies and Memories’ and ‘Swing of the Season’. Tom has recorded commercial jingles for businesses in Florida, Washington DC. and numerous commercial ventures in Germany. Tom’s albums feature many of Sinatra’s greatest hits, including ‘Summerwind,’ ‘New York-New York,’ ‘My Way’ just to name a few. Let Tom and his orchestra take you through the many moods of the man we knew as ‘Old Blue Eyes.’ Audiences are simply astounded by Tom’s portrayal of a true legend of our time.
Recording artist, actor, and producer Tom Tiratto, a native of Cleveland, Ohio began his career at a very young age. Tom participated in any and all drama events, musicals, and also studied percussion. With a natural sense of timing and rhythm,Tom was able to achieve a proficiency in percussion and later the guitar. Tom enlisted his expertise in several local bands in the Cleveland area, performing various types of music which included light rock, polkas, and jazz. Tom developed a great sense of appreciation and admiration for the music of Frank Sinatra and the Big Band era. Tom sought out the expertise of a vocal trainer and was taught that the controlled delivery of the lyric in song, was paramount in any performance. Tiratto relocated to Tampa Bay, Florida where he furthered his career, developing a style reminiscent of the early crooners during the 1930’s and 40’s, particularly ‘Frank Sinatra’.