If I had to compare the music of Matt Dusk, I'd compare him to Michael Buble insasmuch as they both bring back the standards of the 40s, 50s, & 60s. This is a recording of a show he performed in Las Vegas, and in short, I'm sorry I wasn't there live. I bought the disc because he's one of the few singers who's recorded Bono's homage to Frank Sinatra, "Two Shots of Happy, One Shot of Sad," Dusk explains that Bono wrote it to be sung at Sinatra's 80th birthday celebration, and he died before he had a chance to record it. Bono, himself, has recorded it, and so has Nancy Sinatra. One version can be found as background music for a Season One intro to the TV show, House. Sinatra may not have liked performing "My Way," but Dusk pours heart and reverence into it. "That's Life" is another fine rendition of an all-time favorite. A surprise performance by Lorna Luft on "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You" adds a little something to the compilation, but she's just doen't have the pipes that Liza had. A bonus disc adds some a few of my all-time favorites, Neil Diamond's "September Morn" and "Besame Mucho," both of which suit his voice and style. He's a good singer, and if he performs in South Florida, I'll be the first in line to buy tickets.