Club ’57 opens at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theatre featuring world renown impressionist Bob Anderson

Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater announced today the addition of a new show in the brand new Club ’57. Bob Anderson, world-class singer, impressionist, comedian and entertainer stars in his own supper club show in the elegant Club ’57 at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater in Branson, Missouri.

A Branson favorite, Bob Anderson has also been inducted into the Las Vegas Hall of Fame, proving that what happens in Vegas doesn’t have to stay there! Branson visitors get the best of this suave entertainer who reminds us at every show why we loved the ‘rat pack’ and the big sounds of Tom Jones, Neil Diamond, Tony Bennett, and more. As Dean Martin once said, “Bob Anderson does me better then I do me!” People magazine dubbed him “America’s greatest singing impressionist” and Johnny Carson said, “Bob Anderson will knock you out of your seat!” Visitors can enjoy Bob Anderson for themselves, along with supper (the three course dinner features Beef Filet with Crab stuffed Shrimp entrée), beginning May 1, 2007, Monday through Saturday at 5:00 PM.

Bob Anderson said, “Being at “Club 57″ feels like home. It is extremely cool! It takes me back to the golden days of Las Vegas, when all the great Hotels like the Sands, the Dunes, or the Desert Inn, just to name a few, all had the hippest lounges. The intimacy of the room allows me and the audience to have an up close and personal experience.”

Glenn Patch, developer and media entrepreneur says, “Bob’s an amazing talent. His impressions are the best I’ve seen and he’s a perfect fit for Club ’57.”

Accessed via the theater lobby, Club’ 57, is also a unique addition to Branson’s nightlife. With live music nightly, Club ’57 is the place for adults to finish their night on the town. Choose from top-shelf mixed drinks like manhattans, martinis, shaken not stirred, old fashions or the extensive wine menu, served while you kick back in the back seat of a 1957 convertible. The eclectic music mix includes rhythm and blues, great 50s Rock-N-Roll, Karaoke, dueling pianos or sit-in with some of Branson’s best horn players for a cool jazz night!

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