*WAITLIST ONLY* Matt Mauser's Sinatra Big Band Live at JAX!

As the lead singer of the popular Southern California rock band “The Tijuana Dogs”, Matt Mauser has been entertaining audiences with his unique style since the late 90′s. Pete Jacobs was a music major at Azusa Pacific University and then went on to a highly successful career as a producer and music arranger. In 1997, he formed a 16-piece big band called “Wartime Radio Revue”. This band has performed across The United States and Europe, and includes performances at New York’s Lincoln Center, Disneyland, and The Hollywood Bowl. Their collaboration captures Sinatra at the height of his career when singing with The Count Basie Orchestra at The Sands hotel in Las Vegas. Matt’s vocal style and Pete’s genius as a conductor are a tribute to the two greats coming together.

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Vocalist Matt Mauser (Tijuana Dogs) joins with the Pete Jacobs Big Band to create a dynamic tribute experience to Old Blue Eyes himself and the iconic era of the swingin' big band. Matt Mauser's crooner style captures the essence of the very best of Frank Sinatra. Enjoy an evening of dancing, gourmet cuisine*, and classic Vegas-style entertainment!


*Special Event Menu will be offered with food & beverages billed separately on the night of the event.


Starters:
Classic Caesar Salad
Housemade Roasted Tomato Basil Soup

Entree (choice of):

Chicken Au Jus Jardin with roasted carrots and garlic roasted mashed new potato

Petite Filet Mignon with burnt butter sage cream sauce, cremini mushrooms, garlic roasted mashed new potato ($5 up charge)

(Vegetarian) Butternut Squash Raviolis in sage cream sauce, with cremini mushrooms
(Add Shrimp $5)

Dessert:
Chocolate Caramel Turtle Cheesecake

As the lead singer of the popular Southern California rock band “The Tijuana Dogs”, Matt Mauser has been entertaining audiences with his unique style since the late 90′s. Pete Jacobs was a music major at Azusa Pacific University and then went on to a highly successful career as a producer and music arranger. In 1997, he formed a 16-piece big band called “Wartime Radio Revue”. This band has performed across The United States and Europe, and includes performances at New York’s Lincoln Center, Disneyland, and The Hollywood Bowl. Their collaboration captures Sinatra at the height of his career when singing with The Count Basie Orchestra at The Sands hotel in Las Vegas. Matt’s vocal style and Pete’s genius as a conductor are a tribute to the two greats coming together.