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FRANK THE MAN. THE MUSIC.

BOB ANDERSON - The Most Revered Singing Impressionist In The World

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"A perfect night. Like seeing Sinatra at his best. Frank would have loved it." - Tony Bennett

FRANK The Man. The Music. a grand theatrical production honoring the life and music of the most famous entertainer of all time, Frank Sinatra.  Conceptualized and brought to life by an all-star creative team, FRANK The Man. The Music. has been called the most authentic reenactment of a Frank Sinatra concert ever performed on the live stage at The Palazzo Theatre.

VENUE
The Palazzo Theatre
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DATES
January 24 - November 28 2015

PERFORMANCE DAYS: 
Tuesday - Thursday and Saturday: 8:00 p.m. 
Friday: 9:00 p.m. 

DARK DAYS:  
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Sunday – Monday


GENERAL TICKET SALES
BOX OFFICE:
702.414.9000
866.641.7469
Frank The Man. The Music. will capture and invigorate audiences with the sounds, presence, and timeless classics of the legendary singer. The full-scale production brings together a one-of-kind dream team, featuring world-renowned crooner Bob Anderson, Frank Sinatra's own former musical director Vincent Falcone, an unparalleled 32-piece orchestra, and Hollywood’s best-known makeup artist, Kazu Tsuji. Together these incredible artists bring the audience a true Frank Sinatra concert experience not to be missed.
 
Set in the environment of a supper club, Anderson as Sinatra, stylishly leads us through the intimate execution of his craft while pouring his heart out to audience of lovers and paying an genuine homage to the most famous entertainer of all time. Frank The Man. The Music. will provide the audience with an evening reminiscent of late shows in the Copa Room at the Sands Hotel and is unlike any other tribute show.
 
Anderson, the most revered singing impressionist in the world, is the only artist performing today with the complete technical skills to take on a theatrical production like this. Like Sinatra, his jazz oriented sense of time is flawless and his diction and intonation are perfect. Audience members will be treated to chilling performances from Anderson and the sounds that the whole world fell in love with.
FRANK The Man. The Music.
FRANK The Man. The Music.
Bob Anderson
TripAdvisor Ranking
#41
#41 of 238 Concerts & Shows in Las Vegas
4.5 of 5 stars 221 
Traveler Rating
Excellent   172
Very Good   36
Average   9
Poor   3
Terrible   1
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"Frank The Man. The Music. - Amazing Performance by Bob Anderson" 5 of 5 stars 2016-08-12T12:38:16-0400 Bob Anderson starred in "Frank The Man. The Music." at the Palazzo in Las Vegas. It was absolutely amazing. Unfortunately, it ended its run but we are all hoping it resumes at another venue. That is...
"Old blue eyes rocked the house!" 4 of 5 stars 2016-05-19T19:39:37-0400 If you like Frank this is your show. He knocked my socks off. Better then the rat pack guy from years ago. He is smooth and sounds great. I liked it immensely. A good show for the price. A good show...
"frank the man; best show in vegas!" 5 of 5 stars 2016-01-27T08:37:36-0500 have been to see bob anderson twice in the last 6 mo nths..By far the best show in vegas. Close your eyes and you would swear frank was there singing.I give this show 5 big stars!!! i
"Class Act!" 5 of 5 stars 2015-12-24T13:35:02-0500 We absolutely loved this show! The venue (The Palazzo) was stunning, acoustics amazing. Every seat in the house was a great seat. Bob Anderson became Frank Sinatra for two wonderful, special hours...
"Very nostalgic" 5 of 5 stars 2015-12-07T10:56:10-0500 What a great performance by Bob Anderson who did justice to the great songbook of Frank Sinatra. Great orchestra and the backdrop was very reminiscent of the era, could have been the man himself.