Frank Sinatra was one of the most popular entertainers of all time. His Las Vegas performances, either alongside his Rat Pack pals or as a solo artist, were more than mere concerts: they were events that could fill up The Strip’s hotels past capacity. Frank loved Las Vegas and Las Vegas loved Frank.
Las Vegas visitors who want to revisit the Sinatra era or never got the chance to enjoy him live in his prime can experience the next best thing with FRANK- The Man. The Music. at The Palazzo. A loving tribute to the golden-voiced Chairman of the Board featuring a singer who is universally acclaimed in his own right, the show is an authentic throwback to the legendary performances Frank put on back in the day that lit The Strip on fire.
Talented and renowned singer Bob Anderson nails the most iconic tunes Sinatra ever sang with pitch-perfect versions of “The Lady is a Tramp,” “Come Fly with Me,” “It Was a Very Good Year,” “New York, New York,” “My Way,” and many more as he’s backed by a full 32 piece live orchestra. Sinatra’s real-life former musical director Vincent Falcone helped conceive of the show, which recreates the supper club vibe of 1960s era Las Vegas showrooms like The Copa Room at The Sands while Hollywood makeup artist Kazu Tsuji completes the illusion that The Chairman is back on stage in the city he’s so closely associated with.
Since Frank’s old friend and fellow legendary singer Tony Bennett describes the FRANK- The Man. The Music as a “perfect night” that he compares to seeing the real Chairman “at his best” which he thinks Frank himself “would have loved it,” Sinatra fans from all over the world will not want to miss this authentic recreation of the charisma and timeless sound that The Chairman brought to each and every Las Vegas performance.