With appearances by Frank Sinatra, Rita Hayworth and John Wayne—but sorry, no George Clooney
Bob Dylan, Queen Jane Approximately Bob Seger, Night Moves Jerry Lee Lewis, You Win Again Beatles, I'm a Loser Bob Dylan, Only a Pawn in Their Game Frank Sinatra, The Tender Trap Los Bravos, Black is Black Jefferson Airplane, White....
By: Jesse Bruckman Credit: Flickr/Chris Ford "If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere," sang Frank Sinatra, a guy from New Jersey who's famous for making fun of his one-eyed black Jewish friend on stage. He did sort of have a point, however: succeeding in New York is a badge of honor earned by few (though bought by many). Show More Summary
Janet Leigh starred in one of the single most recognizable moments in all of Horror in 1960's Psycho. Two years later, she would appear alongside Frank Sinatra in the taut thriller, The Manchurian Candidate. Leigh battled over-sized Easter bunnies in Night of the Lepus from 1972, and also had a role in John Carpenter's The Fog, from 1980. Show More Summary
Over a decade since Panic! At The Disco’s emergence, central figure Brendon Urie stands alone as the sole remaining founding member of the group. Now Panic! officially functions as Urie’s nom de plume—which unofficially, it always was. Show More Summary
Early on in "My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra" - the easily charming, unpretentious revue now at Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre that celebrates the man also known as "Ol' Blue Eyes" - we are told that Duke Ellington once called...Show More Summary
On Friday, Panic! At the Disco will release Death of a Bachelor, their fifth album and first with singer Brendon Urie as the sole official member. Urie stopped by Rolling Stone to discuss the Frank Sinatra–inspired LP and some songwriting help he received from a personal hero of his as part...
Broadcasting legend Larry King remembers the Chairman of the Board as the loneliest man in the room.
I have never been one to post lists of what I’m listening to lately, for quite a number of reasons. One is that it would often be embarrassing. Right now I’m driving around listening to old Frank Sinatra records from the fifties. I feel like my music needs occasional infusions of vernacular music, specifically music […]
Producer Sunny Levine comes from one of the most famous musical families. His grandfather, Quincy Jones, worked with legends like Michael Jackson and Frank Sinatra, and his father, Stewart Levine, produced albums for Simply Red, B.B. King and Minnie Riperton. Sunny's own résumé is also pretty stacked: The producer has...
What do Frank Sinatra, the Jersey Devil, and the pork roll have in common? All three legends were spawned in New Jersey.
The hilarious 442oons are back with another installment of their mischievous take on this week’s world football news. The cartoon’s latest episode features recently sacked Real Madrid boss Rafa Benitez. The Spaniard never quite fitted in at Real Madrid since his appointment as the club’s head coach in the summer. The former Liverpool boss was […]
One measure of Natalie Cole's artistry was her way with a duet. She seemed to revel in the intimacy of vocal collaboration, exuding an effervescence that could levitate the standards. She could carry a song, of course, as evidenced by her famously convincing argument on the power of "Everlasting...
Publicist and awards consultant Murray Weissman, a pioneer in awards campaigning whose nearly 70-year career saw him representing the likes of Frank Sinatra, has died following a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 90. Born December...Show More Summary
H/T debcoop. This 1945 short film was written by Albert Maltz, one of the Hollywood Ten, and directed by Mervyn LeRoy. A young Frank Sinatra is in the studio, recording with a full orchestra. He records a take of "If You Are But a Dream,"...Show More Summary
My Way is a delight from beginning to end. Fans of Theo Ubique will adore the show’s classic, intimate style, and newbies will enjoy an introduction to one of Chicago’s best-kept theater secrets. Highly Recommended! (read Lauren Whalen's entire review...)
Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra sing "The Christmas Song."
This article first appeared in The National Book Review By Adam Cohen Sinatra: The Chairman By James Kaplan Doubleday 992 pp. $35 In 1960, Frank Sinatra had an unexpected guest on his ABC television special: Elvis Presley. Sinatra, the...Show More Summary
SERIES Live From Lincoln Center The performing-arts series marks the 100th anniversary of singer Frank Sinatra's birth with a concert hosted by "Family Guy's" Seth MacFarlane and featuring performances by Sting, Christina Aguilera, trumpeter Chris Botti, Fantasia, Sutton Foster and Bernadette Peters....
AnimalRobot has created “A White Christmas on Hoth,” their wonderful mashup video of clips from Star Wars and Frank Sinatra‘s magical 1944 cover of “White Christmas.” The mashup was made in honor of Sinatra’s 100th birthday and the upcoming theatrical release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.