Bob Anderson Tickets
Bob Anderson live - the American legend
Bob Anderson is widely regarded as one of the best music impressionist performers in the world. His tribute acts to various American legends, such as Frank Sinatra, are so well done that it’s like being transported back several decades to see them in the flesh. Anyone who loves the classic American crooners should be sure to buy Bob Anderson tickets on StubHub and relive one of the golden ages of American music.
The world’s greatest music impressionist
Bob Anderson had his first big break all the way back in 1973 when he had a chance encounter with Nancy Sinatra in Las Vegas. It led to him performing with her for weeks and also meeting the TV host Merv Griffin, who was responsible for a lot of his early success. It was also on the Merv Griffin show that Bob made his first TV appearance, and he would go on to make over 200 more in the following years, showing up on everything from Late Night with David Letterman to The Tonight Show. Ever since those heady days in the '70s, Bob Anderson has been wowing fans of classic American music for decades, often playing to sold-out shows up and down the country and earning himself a place in the Las Vegas Entertainer’s Hall Of Fame. His repertoire includes a wide variety of musicians, including Dean Martin, Tony Bennett, and Frank Sinatra. Check the listings on StubHub for your chance to buy and sell Bob Anderson tickets.
The ultimate tribute to Frank Sinatra
Bob Anderson is probably best known for his incredible show FRANK. The Man. The Music, which he both wrote and stars in. The 90-minute show celebrates the work of Frank Sinatra in the most spectacular fashion, going far beyond what you’d normally expect of a tribute act. When he started to work on creating the show, he spent hours and hours watching videos of Sinatra’s performances, allowing him to hone every mannerism to perfection, everything from his walk to his smile. On top of that, he enlisted the help of one of the best makeup artists in the country (Kazu Tsuji) to do his make-up and prosthetics (which take 2 hours to apply before every show) to ensure that he doesn’t just sound the part but looks it too. To top it all off, he performs on stage with a 32-piece orchestra. If you miss the days of Frank Sinatra or never had the chance to see him live, make sure you buy Bob Anderson tickets.
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