PHOTO: Tony Bennett at “FRANK – The Man. The Music.” at The Palazzo Las Vegas

Tony Bennett was in the audience at “FRANK – The Man. The Music.” at The Palazzo Las Vegas on Thursday, April 9. The legendary crooner went backstage to catch up with longtime friend and star of the show, Bob Anderson and Tweeted, “If you’re in Vegas, check out my friend Bob Anderson’s show. He does a perfect Sinatra.”

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 Bob Anderson, Tony Bennett, and Vincent Falcone backstage at The Palazzo Las Vegas. (Courtesy: The Palazzo Las Vegas)

“FRANK – The Man. The Music.” performs Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 8 p.m., and Fridays at 9 p.m. at The Palazzo Theatre. Tickets are now on sale. For up-to-date schedule information, including dark dates, or to purchase tickets, visit any Box Office at The Venetian or The Palazzo, go online at www.venetian.com/frank, or call (702) 414-9000.

 

PHOTO: Jerry Lewis at “FRANK – The Man. The Music.” at The Palazzo Las Vegas

Saturday, March 14, 2015, Jerry Lewis took in “FRANK – The Man. The Music.” at The Palazzo Las Vegas. The legendary actor and comedian attended the show with a large group to celebrate his 89th birthday, which takes place Monday, March 16.

 

Star of “FRANK – The Man. The Music.” Bob Anderson welcomed Lewis to the show: “We are among royalty tonight. A gentleman that is with us here is an iconic legend and is a very, very close friend of mine, and I say that in a loving way. The whole world knows who he is and we have him right here tonight: Mr. Jerry Lewis.”

 

Lewis was welcomed by the audience with a standing ovation. After the show, Anderson and Lewis had the chance to sit down together.

 

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“FRANK – The Man. The Music.” Star Bob Anderson and Jerry Lewis at The Palazzo Las Vegas. (Courtesy: The Palazzo Las Vegas)

 

 

“FRANK – The Man. The Music.” performs Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 8 p.m., and Fridays at 9 p.m. at The Palazzo Theatre. Tickets are now on sale. For up-to-date schedule information, including dark dates, or to purchase tickets, visit any Box Office at The Venetian or The Palazzo, go online at www.venetian.com/frank, or call (702) 414-9000.

 

 

PHOTO: Pamela Anderson at “Frank – The Man. The Music.” at The Palazzo Las Vegas

Saturday, January 31, Pamela Anderson took in “FRANK – The Man. The Music.” at The Palazzo Las Vegas. The actress, who attended the show with her mother, went backstage to meet the show’s star, Bob Anderson and Tweeted, “Elegant show with mom.”

 

Bob Anderson as Frank Sinatra and Pamela Anderson backstage at The Palazzo Las Vegas. (Courtesy: The Palazzo Las Vegas)
Bob Anderson as Frank Sinatra and Pamela Anderson backstage at The Palazzo Las Vegas. (Courtesy: The Palazzo Las Vegas)

 

 

“FRANK – The Man. The Music.” performs Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 8 p.m., and Fridays at 9 p.m. at The Palazzo Theatre. Tickets are now on sale. For up-to-date schedule information, including dark dates, or to purchase tickets, visit any Box Office at The Venetian or The Palazzo, go online at www.venetian.com/frank, or call (702) 414-900

A Legend is Brought to Life as “FRANK – The Man. The Music.” Debuts at The Palazzo Las Vegas

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A Legend is Brought to Life as FRANK – The Man. The Music.” Debuts at The Palazzo® Las Vegas

Starring Bob Anderson and featuring a 32-piece orchestra under the musical direction of Vincent Falcone, the show celebrates Frank Sinatra’s timeless sound, beginning Jan. 24

TICKETS NOW ON SALE

 

Ol’ Blue Eyes will sparkle on the Las Vegas Strip again as “FRANK –The Man. The Music.” makes its debut at The Palazzo® Las Vegas. Honoring the life and music of Frank Sinatra, the show, starring Bob Anderson and featuring a 32-piece orchestra under the musical direction of Vincent Falcone, will open at The Palazzo Theatre, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015. Tickets are now on sale.

 

Conceptualized and brought to life by an all-star creative team, “FRANK – The Man. The Music.” is produced by Hoboken Productions in association with Stephen Eich. Bob Anderson, a revered singing impressionist, is transformed into Sinatra with the help of Oscar®-nominated makeup artist Kazu Tsuji, who aged Brad Pitt in the movie “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.”

 

Taking audiences on a musical journey through the legendary crooner’s timeless hits, “FRANK – The Man. The Music.” highlights three distinct areas of Sinatra’s career: the recording studio, television specials, and personal appearances. The authentic concert recreation marks a return to the era of Las Vegas glitz and glamour that the singer made famous.

 

“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,” said John Caparella, president & COO of The Venetian, The Palazzo, and Sands Expo. “For those who yearn for a sophisticated music experience at the site where the Rat Pack earned its fame, ‘FRANK – The Man. The Music.’ is the show to attend.”

 

The 90-minute production opens at The Palazzo Theatre in the year that celebrates the 100th anniversary of Sinatra’s birth. Paying homage to Sinatra by recreating him in sound and likeness, Bob Anderson performs hits from The Great American Songbook, including, “Come Fly with Me,” “One for my Baby,” and “My Heart Stood Still,” among many others.

 

“Playing this iconic legend is a humbling and monumental experience,” said Anderson. “I want everything to be as close to reality as possible. The size and quality of the orchestra, the original arrangements, the set, the sound, the lighting, and everything else has to be exquisite.”

 

A Las Vegas legend in his own right, Anderson moved to Las Vegas from Detroit at the age of 22 and got his start performing with Nancy Sinatra as a singer in her show at the Sahara Hotel and Casino. When Sinatra took him with her for a performance on the “The Merv Griffin Show,” Griffin discovered his ability to recreate the voices of others, a skill that made him a regular on nearly every talk and variety show in the country. Anderson went on to have his own showroom in Las Vegas for more than a decade and in 2002 was inducted into The Casino Legends Hall of Fame.

 

“FRANK – The Man. The Music.” performs Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 8 p.m., and Fridays at 9 p.m. at The Palazzo Theatre starting Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015. Tickets are now on sale. For up-to-date schedule information, including dark dates, or to purchase tickets, visit any Box Office at The Venetian or The Palazzo, go online at www.venetian.com/frank, or call (702) 414-9000.

FRANK The Man The Music Debuts for One Night Only, May 4, at Venetian Theatre

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FRANK The Man The Music Debuts For One-Night-Only
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Crooner Bob Anderson, Musical Director Vincent Falcone and Broadway Producer Stephen Eich bring authentic concert recreation to Las Vegas,
with a 32-piece orchestra

TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW

A theatrical production honoring the life and music of the legendary Frank Sinatra, FRANK The Man The Music will take the stage for one-night-only, Sunday, May 4 at 7 p.m. inside the Venetian Theatre.

Conceptualized and brought to life by an all-star creative team, FRANK The Man The Music is the most authentic recreation of a Frank Sinatra concert in recent history. Produced by Broadway veteran Stephen Eich and starring the most revered Frank Sinatra tribute artist in the world, Bob Anderson, the production benefits from musical direction by Sinatra’s own Vincent Falcone, and features an impressive 32-piece live orchestra.

“Our goal in hosting this showcase is to find a permanent home for FRANK The Man The Music,” said its star Bob Anderson. “We are confident that this production will provide a new spark on The Strip, filling a void for an upscale and authentic Sinatra tribute show.”

Transformed by the same Oscar-nominated makeup artist who aged Brad Pitt in “The Curious case of Benjamin Button,” Anderson (as Sinatra himself) takes audience members on a dramatic musical journey through some of the famous crooner’s greatest hits, from “Come Fly With Me” and “One for my Baby”  to “My Heart Stood Still” and “My Way”.  Along with the impressive orchestra, the production will play only on Sunday, May 4 as part of a showcase to book a more permanent Las Vegas showroom.

Public interested in attending may order tickets through The Venetian Box Office. Tickets to FRANK The Man The Music on Sunday, May 4 at 7 p.m. are complimentary and can be reserved on a first-come-first-served basis by calling 702-414-9000.

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