Some big names lined out at New York's Spring Studios the other night for a star-studded tribute to Frank Sinatra.

Ol' Blue Eyes, whose 17th anniversary is on May 14th, would have been 100 last December - so the show was a belated 'Happy Birthday' celebration.

Tony Bennett, Ne-Yo, Brooklyn soul singer Alice Smith and Lea Delaria (aka Big Boo from Orange is the New Black) all performed hits from the legendary crooner's back catalogue.

The billing also included a performance by Killers frontman Brandon Flowers, who performed 'The House I Live In' and 'Come Fly With Me' - a snippet of which you can see below, via one audience member's Instagram page.

Tony Bennett, meanwhile, described Sinatra as 'my best friend' and sang 'Without a Song' and 'In the Wee Small Hours'.

Watch clips from the tribute below: