By The Roving Reporter
of The Las Vegas Tribune
It took some serious manipulative and almost borderline shifty
dealings, but Bob Anderson is going to appear at the Italian American
Club on September 14th and 15th.
Bob Anderson, an international entertainer, and one of the most
successful performers in Las Vegas and throughout the entire world
(including Branson, Mo 65616), having appeared in most of the major
hotels in the city, and on many national television shows, is coming
back to Las Vegas for a special two-day stint. When you hear the
explanation, you will understand how this special booking came about.
Entertainer Nelson Sardelli, blatantly, shamelessly, and with a
straight face, lied to Bob, telling him that some of his Mormon
friends in Utah, who are really into Genealogy, Family History,
Heraldry, Background Check ups, and are also AMWAY representatives,
have told Nelson, unequivocally, that Bob Anderson’s roots are really
Italian. Sardelli even pushed the issue further, by bringing up the
Roman Empire invasions of Ireland in the fifth century… Invasions,
which, in reality, never happened.
Sardelli went so far as producing some phoney computer-generated birth
certificate from Availino, showing that Bob Anderson’s real name is,
in fact, Roberto Marcello Francesco Alberto Andrea Georgio Dino Perry
Domenico ANDERSONI Davis Jr.
Not wishing to be badgered and constantly annoyed by the persistence
of Sardelli, Bob reluctantly agreed to play the gig at the Italian
American Club… even offering to bring along Sinatra, Dean, Buddy
Greco, Tom Jones, Jack Jones, Mel Torme, Bobby Darin, Tony Bennett,
Andy Williams, Johnny Mathis, Ray Charles, Steve Lawrence, Sammy Davis
Jr, Englebert Humperdinck and some others, as well. He will also be
bringing the Vince Falcone Quintet.
When we tried to contact Sardelli, we were told he was not available
for any comments. Later we discovered that he was on his way to
Chicago to talk to Oprahanna Sofia Gina Claudia Angela Vittoria
We also found out that Clintino Cristoforo Gennaro Tommasino Giovanno
Sergio Giuseppe Holmesano, refused to listen to Sardelli’s
Genealogical Italian pitch. Pity!
What we can guarantee, is BOB ANDERSON’s visit to the IAC is going to
be great. Don’t miss it.
We suggest you contact the Italian American Club, 2333 E. Sahara, for
reservations right away. Tickets are $25. Showtimes are Saturday at 8
p.m., and Sunday at 3 p.m.
Just call 702-457-3866
By The Roving Reporter