Vincent Falcone -- one of Las Vegas’s great music directors, conductors, and piano players -- died this past Friday in Los Angeles. He was 78 years old. About a year ago he was diagnosed with brain cancer.
Falcone’s career was wide-ranging. He worked alongside many of the biggest entertainers of our time: Jack Jones, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, Andy Williams, The McGuire Sisters, Robert Goulet, Connie Francis, Diahann Carroll, Jerry Lewis – --many others. But most notably: Frank Sinatra. He was Sinatra’s piano player and conductor during the 1970s and 80s.
In December 2015, Nevada Public Radio’s Dave Becker spoke with Falcone about his career in music.
Vincent Falcone (1938-2017), Las Vegas-based music director, conductor, and piano player
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