Dean's Martini

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Feature Act available for hire, based in Victoria

Cabaret is back in all its glory. The characters of the Fifties and Sixties are here to entertain and revive a time of excess, eccentricity and great, great singing. Dean Martin was an example of that great, indulgent time. The songs he sang made us think of love, the good life and how easy it all was.

Dean’s Martini takes us back to this time and gives, with the wisdom of hindsight, an insight into the man, his career and those wonderful songs. David Cotter plays Dean Martin as a loving tribute by embracing his style, manners, voice and cheeky patter, telling stories and singing, singing, singing. Live that time once more, or be delightfully introduced, to a time that will never be again.

Cabaret has become David’s main performance vehicle and after a number of seasons at the original Mietta’s and the Night Cat with self-produced shows, he wrote and produced Dean’s Martini, which started as a cabaret performed at Chapel Off Chapel for a three-week run that extended to a five and-a-half month residency, late night Fridays and Saturdays. Whether with a piano, a trio, quartet, big band or backing tracks, Dean’s Martini will be sure to please no matter what the budget or the function brief. The show has performed in private, public and corporate functions, as well as arts festivals

Can perform in an intimate setting with a piano right up to a full evening with a dance band, and a range of special events in between. Perfect corporate entertainment to really wow your guests..

"Not only were David and his band brilliant performers on our special night, but his professionalism and caring attitude made him a pleasure to deal with both before and during the event - nothing was too much trouble." Steve & Jenine Z

"Thank you very much for a wonderful performance on Saturday. It was a tough crowd – and, for the record, my father said it was ”the best night of his entire life”." Dean E. J

"David is without doubt one of Australia’s most professional and smoothest crooners." Henry Kovacevic