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Some of the many exhibitions an events marking the 100th anniversary of Frank Sinatra's birth, on Dec. 12, are about to get under way.
New Season Premieres Tuesday, March 24 at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT with Las Vegas’ Gary Anthony Performing as Frank Sinatra
Eric Hopton for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online How does that Sinatra song go again? “Regrets, I’ve had a few”? Yes, that’s the one. Frank might have done it his way, but the lyric could also be the mournful anthem of the tattooed. Memories of an unrequited love, a name...
No he didn't! Orlando Magic guard Victor Oladipo pulled off an incredible 360, reverse slam in the 2015 Slam Dunk Contest. In addition, he serenaded the Brooklyn crowd with Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York," dressed in a tuxedo t-shirt. He scored a perfect 50 on the dunk, and to be honest, his singing wasn't bad either. [Vine] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Go ahead and quibble with the degrees of rotation here: All I know is Victor Oladipo spun and slammed for a perfect 50 despite doing this nonsense first... ... so that's a very special dunk.
Bob Dylan's new album of Frank Sinatra covers, Shadows in the Night, is out now (maybe your grandparents got one in the mail?) and he has just announced his initial 2015 tour plans. No NYC date yet, but the tour...
If you've ever wished you could step in time -- specifically to Las Vegas in the 1960s -- to see Frank Sinatra perform, now's a good time to make your way to Sin City. A newly opened show, Frank: The Man. The Music, is a stylish homage to the man many would argue was the greatest singer of the 20th century. Show More Summary
In honor of the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday, New York City-based musician Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs (previously) recently sang 20 popular love songs in 20 different music styles. Vincent belts out Frank Sinatra‘s version of the song “The Way You Look Tonight” in the heavy metal style of Metallica, Nine Inch Nails‘ track […]
FRANK SINATRA, who would have been 100 this year, was a headline act on the Las Vegas Strip for four decades. During that time he was closely associated with the Sands Hotel, in whose presidential suite he often stayed, and in whoseShow More Summary
Back by popular demand: Iris DeMent: "He Reached Down" Five for Fighting: "100 Years" Frank Sinatra: "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning"
Photos courtesy McCormick’s Palm Springs Collector Car Auctions. It’s no Dual Ghia, but it’ll do. In 1995, at 80 years old, Frank Sinatra had finally retired. He played his last public concert the year before, released his last album the year before that, and Hollywood was falling all over itself to laud him. And with […]
With Bob Dylan’s recently released album of Frank Sinatra covers crowned an unexpected hit and receiving lavish praise in all the right places, the gravelly throated rascal is quick to distance himself from other veteran rockers who have recorded a standards album, such as Rod Stewart for instance, who Dylan has branded a ‘fake’. Show More Summary
The canon of drinking songs is long and storied, but no one sang about booze with quite as much acumen as legendary imbiber Frank Sinatra. At a seminal live performance at the Las Vegas Sands in 1966, Sinatra delivered an effortless version of “One For My Baby,” accompanied on piano by the one and only Count Basie.
Bob Dylan Shadows In The Night [Columbia; 2015] by Ben Roylance Rating: If here is an Illuminati hen Bob Dylan is somehow affiliated. Frank Sinatra was definitely an Illuminatus. If Tempest was hellfire apocalypse romance, prophesied...Show More Summary
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Mount Eerie's Sauna and The Notwist's Messier Objects are my personal favorite new albums this week. Also available this week are Bob Dylan's album of Frank Sinatra covers Shadows In The Night, filmmaker John Carpenter's Lost Themes, and the...
Though from different eras, and sensibilities, the Bard does the Chairman proud.
"This month has everything: a fake priest, DJ Paypal, an old guy with two first names singing Frank Sinatra songs." Read more articles like "10 New Albums To Hear In February 2015" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post 10 New Albums To Hear In February 2015 appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Frank Sinatra (via Paul Anka) is probably the only person who has ever had too few regrets to mention; the rest of us find solace in fantasies of going back and doing it again. The smart and super-slick teen time-machine picture Project Almanac is the latest incarnation of this would-coulda-shoulda pipe-dream —... More »