According to LasVegasSun.com, negotiations are currently underway to bring the critically acclaimed show featuring Bob Anderson as the late singing icon to Carnegie Hall and possibly Broadway.
No dates have been announced.
The evening is described as such: "Frank The Man. The Music. will capture and invigorate audiences with the sounds, presence, and timeless classics of the legendary singer. The full-scale production brings together a one-of-kind dream team, featuring world-renowned crooner Bob Anderson, Frank Sinatra's own former musical director Vincent Falcone, an unparalleled 32-piece orchestra, and Hollywood’s best-known makeup artist, Kazu Tsuji. Together these incredible artists bring the audience a true Frank Sinatra concert experience not to be missed.
"Set in the environment of a supper club, Anderson as Sinatra, stylishly leads us through the intimate execution of his craft while pouring his heart out to audience of lovers and paying an genuine homage to the most famous entertainer of all time. Frank The Man. The Music. will provide the audience with an evening reminiscent of late shows in the Copa Room at the Sands Hotel and is unlike any other tribute show."