On December 7, 2019 at the Somerville City Club, The Music of Sinatra starring Joey Chiarenza will be hosting a night of Sinatra’s greatest hits – and his favorite Christmas tunes – to benefit The National MS Society (NMSS).
Joey Chiarenza has wanted to raise money to fight MS for some time now. And the season of giving felt like the perfect time to do it. Joey will be joined by his good friend singer Linda Chase, and a portion of all proceeds will go directly to the National MS Society. Born in Boston’s North End, Joey Chiarenza fell in love with the music of Frank Sinatra as a child. While his siblings and friends were listening to the Beatles and Led Zeppelin, Joey was immersing himself in Sinatra records. As Joey grew up, he began singing at family affairs.
In 2012, after encouragement from family and friends, Joey took a chance and did his first public performance in Stoneham, MA. Over 200 people bought tickets, and from there his professional singing career took off. Joey’s performed all over New England, and is soon taking his show across the U.S.
But for this Christmas season, Joey’s staying close to home and taking up the cause that means so much to him. “Overcoming MS is something that means a lot to me and my family. And the more I talk about it, the more I realize that so many people are affected. This show is for them.”
Tickets for the December 7 show at the Somerville City Club are $25 and are available at themusicofsinatra.tix.com. Buy individually or buy a table for 10.
About The Music of Sinatra starring Joey Chiarenza
Joey Chiarenza has been bringing the music of old blue eyes to the stage for almost a decade. Lauded as the best Sinatra show in New England, it’s one you won’t want to miss. Learn more at themusicofsinatra.com.
About The National Multiple Sclerosis Society
The National MS Society funds cutting-edge research, drives change through advocacy, facilitates professional education, collaborates with MS organizations around the world, and provides services designed to help people with MS and their families move their lives forward. Last year, the Society invested $35 million in MS research with more than 340 active projects around the world. Learn more at nationalmssociety.org.