These acts will make audiences feel like they’re seeing living legends, says Tripps Travel Network.

Some fans of Ol’ Blue Eyes never got to see him perform live. The King of Rock and Roll still has many fans these days, but they have never been able to see him rock a stage.

There are plenty of modern headliners and resident acts at venues across Sin City, Tripps Travel Network knows the only way to see some legends is to catch a tribute act. Thankfully, Las Vegas has some of the most talented impressionists and performers playing the role of such legends. These are more than just karaoke renditions; these are true artists at work.

This travel industry leader has released a list of its favorite tribute acts in Las Vegas. Any one of these will have audience members leaving the theater feeling as if they finally got to see their heroes live.

Bee Gees: Formed in 1996, the Australian Bee Gees Show is a tribute to the hit music of the Gibb brothers. Having performed in sold out theaters and concert halls in more than 40 countries, this group has both an uncanny resemblance to the Bee Gees and an ability to emulate their legendary sound. The Australian Bee Gees Show creates a 75-minute multimedia experience, replete with video clips, graphics and state-of-the-art sound production. Tripps Travel Network invites fans to experience five decades of unforgettable Gibb brothers music at Excalibur.

Elvis Presley: The show All Shook Up, which takes place at Planet Hollywood’s V Theater, is a top-notch tribute to larger-than-life music and stage persona of Elvis Aaron Presley. Backed by a live band, one of the best Elvis impersonators in the business performs the King’s most popular hits, from “Heartbreak Hotel” to “Suspicious Minds.” In fact, the show covers nearly the entirety of Elvis’ career. Tripps Travel Network says that no trip to Las Vegas is complete without catching at least one Elvis tribute act, and this is the one to see.

Frank Sinatra: Famous impressionist Bob Anderson recreates not just the voice, but the entire character of Frank Sinatra. Performing in the Palazzo Theatre, Anderson is just one part of an all-star creative team. Vincent Falcone, Sinatra’s personal musical director for more than a decade, is on hand as are 16 musicians who have previously performed with Sinatra. Anderson even enlisted the aid of Kazu Tsuji, an Oscar-nominated makeup artist, to put the finishing touches on his Ol’ Blue Eyes look.


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