Sebastian Anzaldo is fast becoming one of the top “Sinatra” interpreters in the country. In just a few short years, he has honed his act to perfecting the essence of the musical icon. With the voice, looks and mannerisms of ‘Ol Blue Eyes, Sebastian has wowed audiences from coast to coast.
Originally hailing from Omaha, Sebastian grew up in a musical family (his father a sax player and later a talent agent, his mother a singer). He started playing drums and singing at age 11, and began his professional career working with bands in bars and frat parties soon after that. After ten years of playing in and around his hometown, including a cross-country road stint for the Air Force, Sebastian’s passion for jazz led him to New York, compliments of The National Endowment For The Arts.
The next year, he headed to the opposite coast to make his fame and fortune. L. A. became his home for 14 years, where he continued to work playing venues, touring and recording. Sebastian formed the show band “Wild Life” in 1993, and soon relocated to The Entertainment Capitol Of The World. It was around this time that he discovered his ‘knack for doing Frank’, and began incorporating it into the show to great enthusiasm. “Wild Life” became one of the most popular acts on the Vegas circuit, a stint that lasted eight successful years.
As the need for a career change grew, the choice was obvious - focus on the ‘Sinatra thing’. With a dedication to perfecting the art of Frank, everything was in place and Sebastian began doing one corporate event after another. As word got out that there was a new ‘Chairman’ in town, he got a call to star in ‘The Tribute To The Rat Pack’ currently running at The Greek Isle. This in turn led to his current show - headlining with Sharon Owens as Barbra Streisand in the wonderful “Barbra & Frank, The Concert That Never Was...” at the Riviera.
“Sebastian Sings Sinatra” is the result of a great love and understanding of the ‘Great American Songbook’ as Francis Albert sang it and, let’s face it,“I’m a fan, too!”
“Sebastian is the Sinatra in his hey day...Confident, cocky, and well, one word describes the man...Swingin’!” - Nightmoves Las Vegas
“If one closes the eyes and just listens, you would swear the actual person is on stage...Then when you open your eyes, you see a swingin’ Frank.”
- Las Vegas Leasure Guide
“The tribute artist sings beautifully, which leaves the audience wondering whether the real star could have done an even better job.” - What’s On Las Vegas
“Anzaldo resembles and sounds like a young, handsome Frank Sinatra.”
- Showbiz Weekly
“Anzaldo has the Sinatra swagger...he immerses himself in the character.”
- Las Vegas Sun