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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Bob Anderson’s Sinatra passion project revived in LA

Las Vegas Review-Journal: Bob Anderson has been up and down, and over and out, and he knows one thing: Whenever his Frank Sinatra tribute finds itself flat on its face, he picks himself up and gets back in the race.

That’s life, for Anderson and “Frank: The Man, The Music,” which lives on as a testament to Anderson’s singular passion and unique stage aptitude. Anderson owns a piece of Vegas history, having headlined as one of the top lounge acts on the Strip, especially as the star of late-night hangs at the Top of the Dunes in the 1970s and ’80. In a stage career dating to the early 1970s, Anderson has evoked Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis Jr., Nat King Cole, Bobby Darin, Mel Torme and Tom Jones in his stage act.

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