04/03 8:30 PM - $30.00
Most, who has continued to act & direct in the years since “Happy Days” ended, returned to his first love – singing. His show, Mostly Swinging, brings the songs of Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin, Dean Martin & more to life through his interpretations & arrangements, fusing the Swing Era & ‘50s cool together in one unique show. His love of the standards/swing/big band music influenced his style & the result is Mostly Swinging, which he performed in Los Angeles at Catalina Jazz Club, Vitello’s & Vibrato Grill & Jazz. He’s also played in New York at Feinstein’s/54 Below, as well as Iridium.
Don appeared in a recurring role on “Glee” & in the films ED TV, directed by Ron Howard; Crazy Mama, directed by Jonathan Demme & The Great Buck Howard, starring John Malkovich. He starred in the indie films The Yankles, Remember Isobel & Chez Upshaw, with Kevin Pollack & Illeana Douglas & recently finished a starring role in Campin’ Buddies. He has also guest starred on “Men of a Certain Age,” “Century City,” “Star Trek: Voyager,” “Sliders,” “Dark Skies” & “The Family Guy.” He is also a director & has several feature films under his belt, The Last Best Sunday, Moola (starring William Mapother Shailene Woodley, Treat Williams, Curtis Armstrong & Daniel Baldwin) & Harley’s Hill (Showtime, Starz & Encore).
What the critics are saying about Don Most…
“What a (singing) voice!! What energy! Who knew? Move over Michael Bublé!” – Huffpost
“Most’s retro-recent reinvention is an irrefutable force to be reckoned with!” – The Los Angeles Beat
“Don’t mistake his one-man show for celebrity self-indulgence or stunt-casting: Donny Most can really sing!” – Highlight Hollywood
“Just as younger audiences have embraced Tony Bennett, while retaining his original fan base, so to it appears that Donny Most has tapped into that which keeps audiences coming back for more — a love of good music. His Rat Pack quality seems to bring in audiences of all ages & backgrounds!” – Broadway World
“Whether performing, Sinatra, Dino or Duke Ellington, Donny carries each note with full grace and energy.” – The Hollywood Times