Sammy Davis Jnr. was a dancer and singer who worked the Vaudeville circuit in the 1920's. Aged 5 he performed with his father and uncle as 'The Will Mastin Trio'. He made his film debut in the short 'Rufus Jones For President', where he showed off his legendary tap dancing skills. His recording career began in 1954 when he sang the theme to the Universal picture, 'Six Bridges To Cross' and achieved his first hit with 'Hey There', which charted in the US and the UK. He made his Broadway debut in 'Mr.Wonderful' in 1956 and had his first major film role in 'Sportin' Life' in 1959. Becoming a member of the Rat Pack along with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, along with Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop, they starred in 'Ocean's Eleven' which was a major success in 1960. He achieved a US Number 1 record in 1972, with the 'The Candy Man'.
Performance Listing: 1. You Rascal You 2. This Could Be The Start Of Something Big 3. Oh Yes, I Remember It Well 4. There's A Boat That's Leaving For New York 5. Shall We Dance (Sammy Davis Jnr. And Peter Lawford) 6. What Kind Of Fool Am I 7. Because Of You 8. Yes I Can 9. Somewhere Along The Way (Sammy Davis Jnr. And Nat King Cole) 10. My Shining Hour 11. Who Can I Turn To 12. Medley I've Got You Under My Skin / You Came A Long Way From St. Louis / Hit The Road Jack / You Are My Sunshine 13. One For My Baby, One More For The Road 14. Hey There 15. Birth Of The Blues (Sammy Davis Jnr., Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Carson)