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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Rat Pack came back to Albany Friday night. Sinatra and Friends performed at Doublegate Country Club to raise money for the Albany Symphony Association.

The guys who play the roles of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Junior, and Joey Bishop say they aren't imitators. They're tribute artists, and they love keeping the old music alive.

Pat Sallarulo said, "I just feel really good about giving back some joy that so many of those entertainers gave us over the years. I mean it was just such beautiful music, and it's great to see people dancing and not really regressing, but going back to those times when there were great memories of a slower pace and maybe even a happier time."

When he's not singing as Frank Sinatra songs, Sallarulo is a chiropractor in Peachtree Corners. He's a past recipient of the Georgia Chiropractic Association's Humanitarian Award for his service to charities.

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