Sinatra, more than any other performer, turned Las Vegas into "The Entertainment Capital Of The World." Whether it's "Come Fly With Me," "Luck Be A Lady," or "My Way," Sinatra in Vegas is the Sinatra of legend. On November 7, audiences can experience the Chairman at his pulse pounding best with the release of Sinatra: Vegas, a 4-CD/1-DVD boxed set of live performances.
This deluxe set of previously unreleased material from Reprise Records includes five unforgettable performances in legendary Vegas venues by Sinatra in his prime. The set includes never-before-heard versions of the his most iconic hits, including "Come Fly With Me," "Witchcraft," "The Lady Is A Tramp," "I've Got You Under My Skin," "Fly Me To The Moon," "Luck Be A Lady," "Theme From New York, New York," "My Way", and many more. Also includes an insightful bonus audio interview that sheds light on the segregation in Nevada hotels that Sinatra was battling at the time of this performance.
The DVD features a complete unreleased concert from May 5, 1978 at Caesar's Palace—one of more than 500 shows he performed there in his long career. Though only a few Sinatra songs were part of the broadcast, Frank's whole show was filmed—as well as rare backstage footage shot before and after the performance.
These five discs reside within a beautiful metallic foil clamshell box, which also includes a lavish 64-page book with celebrity commentary, essays by noted Sinatraphiles, rare photos, and reproductions of Vegas memorabilia.