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“Bob does me better than I do me”
Dean Martin

“Vocally, the most accurate impressionist I’ve ever heard. but he also has his own great sound”
Sammy Davis

“Bob gets some of the best reviews I have ever read”
“Astonishing…he is the best”
Merv Griffin

“As fine a talent as there is in the business”
Tony Bennett

“It’s not unusual…to hear good things about Bob Anderson”
Tom Jones

“A new young impressionist that will kill you”
He will knock you out of your seats”
“I told Bob he’d tear this audience apart and he did”
Johnny Carson

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BOB ANDERSON

Impressionist Bob Anderson to Bring Sinatra Tribute Show ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD to Carnegie Hall

The celebrity impressionist transforms into Sinatra, and is accompanied by a 32-piece orchestra playing all of Sinatra’s original arrangements to his most-beloved songs.

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Academy Award  Winning Makeup Artist

Live stage production of FRANK The Man The Music at the Landmark Avalon Theater in Hollywood for the dual purpose of a television special and a documentary film.

 

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Frank: The Man, The Music

It’s been called the most authentic re-enactment of a Sinatra concert – Frank: The Man, The Music is one of the top shows on the Vegas Strip and now it’s coming to the Detroit Opera House.

The Chairman of the Board is played by one of the best singing impressionists in the world: Bob Anderson.

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From Nancy to Frank

Frank Sinatra and his music left an indelible mark on Bob Anderson. His story reads like a classic novel.

After three days of driving and sleeping in his old Volkswagen Beetle, a young singer, named Bob Anderson, found himself on the Vegas strip in front of the Sahara Hotel, a place that would change his life almost instantly and forever.

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Sinatra impressionist Bob Anderson bringing his act home to Detroit

Tossing off a celebrity caricature isn’t the most difficult thing in the world. With a little practice, Kate McKinnon of “Saturday Night Live” is suddenly Justin Bieber for a fleeting moment of mimicry. Taking the impression further, however, and teasing out an entire nightclub act replete with note-perfect song delivery is a different beast, one that takes true dedication to craft and more than a little talent.

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Photos: ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD Brings Sinatra to Life at Carnegie Hall

ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD, the award-winning authentic reenactment concert honoring the music of Frank Sinatra and starring Bob Anderson, a singer, actor, and the #1 singing impressionist in the world, played in the Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall Saturday, December 11, 2021 on the eve of Sinatra’s 106th Birthday.

The captivating production featured a 32-piece orchestra, Sinatra’s original charts of his most-beloved songs, the work of Academy Award and Emmy Award-winning makeup artists and singing impressionist Bob Anderson – who not only sounds like Sinatra, but looks like him too.

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Back in the day all the guys I knew who frequented night clubs wanted to be like Frank Sinatra. We would exit a venue after his performance, arm in arm with our gals mimicking his swagger and trying to sing like him. I also worshiped Jack Jones, Tony Bennett, Mel Torme , Vic Damone, and all those other great male vocalists but I never left a show trying to “be them”. Sinatra appealed to everyman and we all liked to believe that in some small way we had some of him in us.

There have been lots of Sinatra type tribute shows over the years performed by many talented artists. However, the one that brings you the closest you will ever come to the man and his music was performed by Bob Anderson last night at Carnegie Hall.

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Bob Anderson Brings ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD to Carnegie Hall

Tossing off a celebrity caricature isn’t the most difficult thing in the world. With a little practice, Kate McKinnon of “Saturday Night Live” is suddenly Justin Bieber for a fleeting moment of mimicry. Taking the impression further, however, and teasing out an entire nightclub act replete with note-perfect song delivery is a different beast, one that takes true dedication to craft and more than a little talent.

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Meet Frank Sinatra’s Doupleganger Bob Anderson

Bob does me better than I do me” Dean Martin

“Vocally, the most accurate impressionist I’ve ever heard. but he also has his own great sound” Sammy Davis

“Bob gets some of the best reviews I have ever read” “Astonishing…he is the best” Merv Griffin

“As fine a talent as there is in the business” Tony Bennett

Bob Anderson’s one-night-only concert at Carnegie Hall, One More For The Road is happening This Saturday night Dec. 11th at 8pm. T2C got together to learn more about this singing impressionist.

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A perfect night–like seeing Sinatra at his best. Frank would have loved it.”
– Tony Bennett
CELEBRATE FRANK SINATRA WITH
BOB ANDERSON’S
#1 RATED REENACTMENT CONCERT:
“ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD”
ONE-NIGHT-ONLY
IN STERN AUDITORIUM / PERELMAN STAGE AT CARNEGIE HALL
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2021 AT 7:00 PM

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ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD, the award-winning authentic reenactment concert honoring the music of Frank Sinatra and starring Bob Anderson, a singer, actor, and the number one singing impressionist in the world, will play in the Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall for one-night-only, on the eve of Sinatra’s 106th birthday, Saturday, December 11 at 7:00 PM. Experience Frank and his music at the peak of his career, honoring the musical legacy of Frank Sinatra and his tremendous contribution to the Great American Songbook.

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Presented by Twin Palms Entertainment

and Bob Anderson Productions
Bob Anderson

and a 32 -Piece Orchestra

Reenacting

A Frank Sinatra Performance
One More for the Road
Saturday, December 11, 2021

7 PM Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage

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Bob Anderson Gives Back To The Kids at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts

Ahead of his one-night-only concert at Carnegie Hall, Bob Anderson, star of One More For The Road the award-winning authentic reenactment concert honoring the music of Frank Sinatra, will make a special visit with the students at the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts in New York City this Wednesday, December 8.

At the assembly, Anderson will present five lucky students and their parents with tickets to the event in the Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall on Saturday, December 11 at 7:00 PM (the eve of Sinatra’s 106th birthday).

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