He began his 8-decade career at the Grand Ole Opry and later worked with Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe.
The thugs drew guns, blindfolded Frank Jr., tied up his pal, and forced the son of the most famous singer in the world out through a side door, into a waiting vehicle. The post Strangers In The Night: The 1963 Kidnapping Of Frank Sinatra Jr. appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Jerome Crowe, a former L.A.-based FBI agent who delivered the ransom money in the Frank Sinatra Jr. kidnapping and led a SWAT team in the bloody SLA shootout, has died after a long struggle with Alzheimer’s disease. A lifelong law enforcement officer who is credited with assembling the FBI’s first...
Snoop Dogg and Desiigner rock out to Frank Sinatra, Melissa McCarthy saves the whales, and two very dedicated Samsung servicemen trek through Chandu’s sheep to help the most amazing kids ever. As 2017 comes to an end, these are the best...Show More Summary
Mundell Lowe, the guitar master whose many musical partners included Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra, Charlie Parker, Benny Goodman and the Everly Brothers, died Saturday morning at his San Diego home. He was 95 and had been receiving hospice care since Monday. In the past decade, Lowe had bounced...
From Frank Sinatra in the 1960s to Paul Simon in the 1970s to U2 in the 1980s, ’90s and early 2000s, one set of musicians has long had reason to feel secure in its privileged position at the Grammy Awards. Well, roll over, white guys, and tell Beethoven the news. For the first time in the ceremony’s...
LODI, NJ — On November 27, 1938, Bergen County police arrested Francis Albert Sinatra, 23, for having sex with a […] The post Frank Sinatra’s Famous Mug Shot: When Ol’ Blue Eyes Got Busted for “Seduction” appeared first on CrimeFeed...
Cirque du Soleil. Siegfried and Roy. Frank Sinatra. Celine Dion. Britney Spears. And now—finally—joining the ranks of famous attractions on the Las Vegas strip are, yes, driverless shuttle buses. Alongside the American Automobile...Show More Summary
"A nearly century-old law that turned New York bars into no-dancing zones, prevented singers like Billie Holiday and Ray Charles from performing and drew protest from Frank Sinatra, is finally set to be struck down."
FBI agents investigated claims by call girl that she was approached by private eye seeking info on sex-party allegations
The place, with a ten-story hotel, lodge, and casino, has been a bit of faded nostalgia for the North Lake community for decades, and it's been shuttered since 2013. [ more › ]
Larry Ellison is buying a historic California resort for $35.8 million The property was once owned by Frank Sinatra and a haven for '60s era celebrities Ellison's plans for the site remain unclear Tech billionaire Larry Ellison is buying...Show More Summary
Remember the old Palm Springs? A sunny desert town where Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope and many other Hollywood types partied in the '50s and '60s? It crashed and burned when new communities developed nearby. Stores closed. Restaurants died. Builders abandoned construction sites. But a funny thing happened...
Puberty 2 came out over a year ago, but that doesn’t mean we’ve stopped talking about it. Mitski’s poignant fourth album kept us satisfied through the recent news of her touring with Lorde and Run The Jewels, and now she’s back with "I’m A Fool To Want You."
The Frank Sinatra fan tour of New Jersey has seen better days. The singer's childhood home in Hoboken burned down in the ‘60s (though you can still see a blue Hollywood-style star in the sidewalk out in front), and the former Sinatra museum From Here to Eternity closed after just a brief run. Show More Summary
In 1967, Frank Sinatra was in the studio to record Younger Than Springtime. The following clip was part of a TV special, Movin' With Nancy, as in Nancy Sinatra, the singer's daughter. Billy Strange is conducting and Lee Hazelwood is... Related Stories Peter Brady: Exciting New Voice Pete Brady: Exciting New Voice The Things We Did Last Summer
The property has its own helipad. [ more › ]
The Palm Desert property is asking $3.7 million A swank desert compound once owned by music legend Frank Sinatra just can’t seem to find a buyer. Known as Villa Maggio, the remote Coachella Valley property listed in 2013, 2015, and 2016, but each time failed to sell. Now, the 7.5-acre spread is back on the market, as the Los Angeles Times reports. Show More Summary