Hal Leonard PlayAlong is an interactive sheet music app that provides powerful tools for learning, playing and recording a wide variety of music. Everything from Adele to Frank Sinatra to the Frozen soundtrack is available in the integrated Sheet Mus...
Holiday season is just around the corner! Your list is not ready yet ? Well don’t worry.. Louis Vuitton has simplified everything this year, the fashion house is encouraging guests to create a holiday wish list through an animated section of its website. Show More Summary
The creatives at Louis Vuitton have been having quite a bit of fun with short films lately. Today, the storied fashion house upped the ante by introducing what is essentially a men’s gift guide in the format of a video. The … The post Louis Vuitton Borrow the Voice of Frank Sinatra for Holiday 2014 appeared first on Selectism.
On September 3, 1942, Frank Sinatra left the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra after nearly three years as its star vocalist. On his own as a solo act, Sinatra signed with Columbia. The problem was, however, that the American Federation of Musicians'...
The New York Library of the Performing Arts chose what would have been Frank Sinatra’s 99th birthday Friday to announce a major exhibition dedicated to the Chairman of the Board.
Ol' Blue Eyes became a cultural icon with memorable movies and songs from "Strangers in the Night" to "My Way."
Even those who know nothing about Frank Sinatra know “My Way,” “Strangers in the Night,” and “New York, New York.”
Frank Sinatra did what few others could, move from a Big Band singer to a vocal American musical legend
Mooresville, N.C.: Hoboken native son Frank Sinatra was born on Dec. 12, 1915.
The Savoy Hotel has had more than its share of legends stay at the hotel since its opening in 1889 ? Charlie Chaplin, Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland and Humphrey Bogart are but a few. To honor these celebrities and captains...Show More Summary
It wasn’t Alzheimer’s that killed Frank Sinatra; it was booze, says Mitchell Fink, author of Sinatra, Miriam, and Me, an e-book timed for what would have been The Chairman of the Board’s 99th birthday. “Sinatra was drinking a bottle of Jack Daniels a day until he was 80,” Fink told me. “When his doctors told [...]
The legendary Bob Dylan will bring his unmistakeable voice to a set of 10 Frank Sinatra songs for his new album, Shadows in the Night. Rolling Stone reports that the long-awaited record will be released on February 13, 2015, but pre-orders have already begun. Show More Summary
Like anyone who’s hung around the karaoke bar that is life for long enough, Bob Dylan is finally delving into the Frank Sinatra, announcing that his new covers album of Sinatra-popularized standards, Shadows In The Night, is due out Feb. Show More Summary
But Dylan in a statement said he doesn't see himself as "covering these songs in any way." Instead, he said he and his band are "uncovering them." Shadows in the Night will be released Feb. 3
Dylan has long since passed the point in his career where he can do whatever he damn well pleases.
Bob Dylan's career-long exploration of regional American music has finally reached Las Vegas. According to Dylan himself, his upcoming album Shadows in the Night is going to be entirely made up of Frank Sinatra covers. Sinatra never covered a Dylan song in his life, but there must be no hard... More »
Bob Dylan - he of the croaking voice and ornery character - will release a full album dedicated to songs by Frank Sinatra.
Bob Dylan, who recently wrapped up a five-night run at Beacon Theatre, had previously confirmed a new album called Shadows In The Night for 2015 which was rumored to be a covers album containing his take on Frank Sinatra's...
You can say this for Bob Dylan: he never does what you'd expect. On Tuesday, Dylan announced that his 36th studio album, Shadows in the Night, will consist of nothing but Frank Sinatra covers, including "I'm a Fool to Want You," "Autumn Leaves," and "Some Enchanted Evening." "It was a real privilege to make this album," said Dylan in a statement. Show More Summary
Frank Sinatra covers albums hits shelves in February.