Peter Douglas

With his perfect personification of Frank Sinatra, he crowned himself the undisputed winner of the Sound Mix Show in 1986.

Nearly 8 million viewers witnessed a unique performance, which he would perform countless times from then on. Peter Douglas was born!

The unparalleled vocal similarity between Douglas and Sinatra became the talk of the day and still captures the popular imagination.

His world-wide hit, 'Stars On Frankie', took him from New York to Tokyo and all corners of the world. In this way, Belgium and Germany also fell under the spell of the 'New Blue Eyes'.

The Knokke Star Festival praised him for his vocal qualities and stylish presentation and our eastern neighbors were glued to his guest appearances on the television shows of Rudy Carell, Harald Junke and Carl Dahl.

His album: ‘Just Swing’, which included the song, "Thank You Frank", which he co-wrote with the late composer, Lucy Steymel, brought him closer to the Sinatra family. On the 81st birthday of ‘The Voice’, he performed this self-composed song.

In 2019, Peter Douglas released his single, "Fly Me Through The Years", co-written by himself, Bruce R. F. Smith & Ralph van Manen. Jan Wessels signed for the great arrangement.

Peter: "I am so grateful that, after all these years, I can still make my voice heard to audiences. This new song is a Peter Douglas song but, of course, with a definite nod & a wink to where it all started."
The album of the same name will be released in mid-2022, featuring various gems and a few new pieces.


The crooner proves that the cake is far from over by participating in the SBS6 TV program ‘The Tribute – Battle Of The Bands’ together with the BOSCO jazz & pop orchestra in 2024.

In this popular program, Peter took fourth place and thus a place in the line-up of the Ziggo Dome during the Tribute live in Concert with no fewer than four sold-out shows!

In addition, he will perform his own show with the BOSCO jazz & pop orchestra in the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam on August 14, a dream come true. With this show he is literally following in the footsteps of Frank Sinatra himself, who gave his first NL show there in 1975.