TOGETHER AT LAST
A match made in Las Vegas
They never worked together, exactly, but it’s intriguing to think what it would have been like to see Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra in concert together! Just imagine the possibilities. Could they share the spotlight? Would one have out-performed the other? Would their stage banter have been everything we’d hoped for?
Unfortunately, Streisand and Sinatra never shared the same stage, that is until Barbra & Frank, The Concert That Never Was, starring Sharon Owens and Sebastian Anzaldo. For more than a decade, Sharon and Sebastian have paid tribute to the superstars they adore, singing the most memorable music and songs ever written.
The rapport between the two icons is immediate and electric. What’s On magazine states, “As good as the music is, the banter between the stars is equally memorable.”
Barbra & Frank have held long-run headline residencies at the historic Riviera and Westin on the Las Vegas strip, played the famous Rainbow Room in NY, NY and toured the US appearing in theaters, showrooms, casinos and at corporate events. International dates include, Germany, Holland, Great Brittan and Hong Kong, China.
Whether fans are reliving memories through the songs they’ve loved for years, or are experiencing Barbra & Frank for the first time, this “must see” show captures the imagination and brings to life the spirit of two of the most beloved legends ever to grace a stage.
Barbra & Frank, together at last.
An Unbeatable Combination
Sharon & Sebastian
While each performer has separately paid tribute to their respective icons in performing arts theaters around the country, the chance to bring these two superstars together for The Concert That Never Was, create an unforgettable experience.
Crowned the winner of the hit Fox TV show “Performing As…” Sharon’s fans worldwide can’t wait to see her tribute performance as “Babs.” Since her TV success, she has been seen on Access Hollywood, Extra, and Entertainment Tonight. Along with Barbra & Frank, she is currently performing her “Tribute to Barbra Streisand” to critical acclaim in major performing arts theaters around the world.
Sharon has appeared on some of the finest stages in the world, including “Stars in Concert” in Berlin, Germany, a memorable private political event in Israel and featured in “Legends in Concert” at Bally’s Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City.
“Playing Barbra,” Owens shares, “I’m often overwhelmed by the warmth of her audience and passion of her music.”
Sebastian Anzaldo is known as one of the top “Sinatra” impersonators in the country and has honed his act 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 and around the world.
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. Sebastian’s passion for jazz led him to New York, compliments of The National Endowment For The Arts.
Sebastian says he has 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!”
“Sharon Owens is the Real Deal”
— In Touch Magazine
“Anzaldo has the Sinatra swagger…”
— Las Vegas Sun
Quotes & Reviews
"Anzaldo has the Sinatra swagger…he immerses himself in the character." – Las Vegas Sun
"When Sharon came onto the stage, I almost fell off my chair. She was a dead ringer” – Jerry Greenburg, Former President of Atlantic Records
"Sharon Owens is the Real Deal" – In Touch Magazine
"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 Leisure Guide
"Sharon has the look, the voice, EVERYTHING! Even the nose! I was wowed" – National Reality News Online
"The tribute artist sings beautifully, which leaves the audience wondering whether the real star could have done an even better job. Anzaldo resembles and sounds like a young, handsome Frank Sinatra." – Showbiz Weekly
"A Star, pardon the expression, is born" – Neil Edwards Theater Critic Radio
"Sebastian is Sinatra in his hey day…Confident, cocky, and well, one word describes the man…"- Nightmoves Las Vegas