On JANUARY 24, 2015

Bob Anderson opened at The Venetian/Palazzo Hotel on the world famous Las Vegas Strip. The Palazzo Theatre was filled to the rafters with a diverse audience of people from New York to San Francisco who experienced an evening unlike any other in the entertainment capital of the world in more than two decades.

With sustained applause, Anderson stepped on stage to a rousing standing ovation from an audience who watched Anderson slip into Sinatra’s skin with an ease that belies the long hours and hard work it took to accomplish such a feat.

I saw Frank Sinatra the other night. I don’t care if it was Bob Anderson. I saw Frank Sinatra the other night.

So Sinatra-esque is Anderson—master of Ol’ Blue Eyes impressions—in every aspect of FRANK The Man, The Music. Ratcheting up his Sinatra from a singer he impersonates to an artist he inhabits, Anderson imbues the show with his long love affair with the Sinatra mystique, adding even more dimension than the music and makeup. He seasons the fabled voice with just enough Jack Daniel’s and gravel. He throws air jabs to punch home staccato notes, flinches his shoulders to underline chord blasts and swoops his arm as the band crescendos.

Unquestionably, this show would put the sparkle in a pair of famous Ol’ Blue Eyes. So set ’em up, Joe—then raise a shot glass to FRANK The Man The Music.

Steve Bornfeld
Vegas Seven

“The re-created studio session is a powerful moment in the production as the theater fills up with the sounds of Anderson and the orchestra performing I’ve Got the World on a String. Riding high on the applause flooding the theater, the orchestra brought down the house on the down beat of New York, New York.

Kiko Miyasato
Travel Magazine

The musical arrangements that are played in FRANK The Man The Music
are copies of the original works given to Vince Falcone personally by Sinatra.

The arrangers are: Nelson Riddle, Don Costa, Johnny Mandal, Gordon Jenkins, Billy May, Sammy Nestico, Robert Farnon, Neil Hefti, Count Basie, Patrick Williams and Vince Falcone.


“On opening night, as Anderson swung his way through Sinatra’s hit-filled songbook — moving from Come Fly With Me and Luck Be a Lady to Strangers in the Night and My Way — not a beat was missed. In fact, the illusion bordered on surreal. After the show a few audience members insisted the show was lip-synched (it wasn’t). If only for ninety minutes, Old Vegas was back.”

LA Magazine

“This show will give generations of music lovers around the world a chance to leave this high-tech world behind and travel back to a time circa 1970, to experience an evening unlike any other today.”

John Caparella
Executive Vice President

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“With style, swing and swagger, the chairman of the board helped transform Las Vegas from dusty desert town to glamorous entertainment destination. Nearly 20 years since his passing, Sinatra’s Las Vegas legacy continues to endure. FRANK The Man The Music, a recent show at the Venetian Las Vegas, featuring impressionist Bob Anderson, was labeled the ‘most authentic reenactment’ of a Sinatra concert.”

Chuck Crisafulli

“Bob Anderson…might be as close as it gets to seeing Ol’ Blue Eyes live.”

Matt Finn
Fox News

FRANK The Man The Music became the talk of the town and the must see show.

Celebrity Radio
Top Ten Las Vegas 2015

Best Headliner For 2015
Bob Anderson, FRANK The Man The Music

The Best of Las Vegas
Best Live Show For 2015
Bob Anderson, FRANK The Man The Music

Las Vegas Best of the City
Best Live Performance For 2015
Bob Anderson, FRANK The Man The Music


Bob Anderson’s tribute to Frank Sinatra is more than that….much more than that. This is a phenomenal work of musical theatre. Staying in character the entire show, he brings “The Man” to life. Not once in this show could the band take the spotlight away from this top-notch vocalist. Anderson glides through a great selection of the all-time Sinatra hits, receiving a number of very heart-felt standing ovations along the way. Make no mistake…this Man can swing and sing!

Neil Davies
JAM Magazine


“Having Vince Falcone playing and conducting for you, says a lot about how well you sing. You truly took our audience back to when showmanship was an art. Let’s do it again soon.”

Jerry Floor
Festival Director, Salt Lake City International Jazz Festival

“There was an electricity in the concert hall that was indescribable. We hope you will come back for an encore performance at our new home, The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.”

Jeri Crawford
President/CEO, Las Vegas Philharmonic Orchestra

“We sold more single tickets for this concert than for any other concert in the twenty-five years I have been with the Symphony.”

Janice Bennett
Executive, Springfield Symphony Orchestra

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“This standing room only performance starring Bob Anderson is still being called “the best performance ever” in our venerable 60-year association.”

Kelly Jones
President Board of Governors, Abilene Philharmonic Orchestra

“Other than perpetuating the magic that is Sinatra, when Bob Anderson hits the stage, he becomes Frank Sinatra.”

Dustin Fitzharris
The Huffington Post

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“Ol’ Blue Eyes is back in Las Vegas, courtesy of singing impressionist Bob Anderson!!”

Jay Jones
Los Angeles Times

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“A musical masterpiece…Dedicated to mastering Sinatra’s persona, Anderson doesn’t simply resemble the icon, but for the show’s 90 minutes, he fully embodies the singer’s character.”


“The sounds of the big band era are back with Bob Anderson’s FRANK The Man The Music, saluting “The Chairman of the Board” Frank Sinatra. Bob’s transformation into Ol’ Blue Eyes is remarkable. After two-plus hours of makeup, he looks like “The Sultan of Swing and Swank” and, more incredibly, sounds exactly like him.”

Las Vegas Sun


““His performance on a recent Saturday, delivering The Way You Look Tonight, You Make Me Feel So Young, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, My Way and 14 others was as believable as they come. He even delivered Sinatra’s jokes. Mr Anderson’s success in bringing Sinatra back to life is certainly remarkable.”

A.M.B. | Las Vegas
The Economist

“From the moment the curtain is raised, this is simply one of the most compelling, thrilling & enjoyable performances I’ve seen in Sin City in the last 10 years! He truly is the world’s greatest Sinatra impersonator by an absolute mile!”

Alex Belfield, Celebrity Radio

“Behold the top celebrity impersonator that will make you do a double take. When Bob Anderson takes the stage, his voice and in-between-numbers repartee complete his embodiment of Frank Sinatra.”

Bob Anderson was voted  #1 singing impressionist in the world 

“Some say you can’t re-create magic, but actor and singer Bob Anderson is proving otherwise. Backed by a 32-piece orchestra directed by Vince Falcone, Sinatra’s former musical director, with vocal accuracy and the magical touches of Hollywood’s leading makeup artist Kazu Tsuji, Anderson hits the stage at The Palazzo, Las Vegas in true Chairman of the Board style.”

Dr. Nancy Berk
Parade Magazine


“The singer has the help of a makeup artist to change him into Frank Sinatra, but his renditions will have you swearing Ol’ Blue Eyes himself is on stage.”

Las Vegas Magazine

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“Bob Anderson is the King of Singing Impressionists and the only person who could have pulled this off. I’m amazed!”

Jerry Lewis

“You had me the second you walked on stage, Frank would have loved this show.”

Tony Bennett


Quintessential Frank!
“Bob Anderson quite literally is Frank Sinatra.”

JennJen Calgary
Canada September, 2015

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“The word ‘icon’ is much overused, but if it applies to anyone in American popular culture, it is Frank Sinatra.”

Geoff Edgers
The Washington Post


Why longtime Dunes headliner Bob Anderson still matters today

“Bob Anderson is a link to one of the greatest periods of music ever given to the world.”

John Katsilometes
Las Vegas Sun

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“If ever a show was made for Broadway, this is the one. Frank would love it. There is no one on the planet more qualified to play and sing the part. I’ve seen Anderson a thousand times and Sinatra more than a few dozen. They are both great. If you never had the opportunity to see Sinatra in person, see Anderson and you’ll know why Sinatra is generally recognized as the best crooner of all time.”

Ron Delpit
New York Times best selling author
and editor/publisher of Vegas Magazine