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Celebrating Sinatra with the Las Vegas Philharmonic
Celebrating Sinatra with the Las Vegas Philharmonic

AIR DATE: October 19, 2011

How better to celebrate Frank Sinatra than with one of the men who knew him best?  The LV Phil celebrates the swinging tunes of Ol' Blue Eyes with his longtime musical director, Vincent Falcone.  We catch up with Vinnie on his years with Sinatra, and with singing impressionist Bob Anderson on what it takes to replicate an icon. 
The LV Phil performs its "Tribute to Frank Sinatra and the Great American Songbook" on Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. at UNLV's Artemus Ham Hall with Vincent Falcone and vocalist Bob Anderson.
Vincent Falcone, former music director for Frank Sinatra
Bob Anderson, focalist and singing impressionist
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