Chris Martin hits the stage to perform during iHeartMedia and MediaLink’s dinner party at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on Tuesday (June 21) in Antibes, France. The 39-year-old singer was seen stepping out of the hotel during the week and hopping onto a boat with an employee of the event. In a new interview with The Guardian, [...]
Stan Cooper, a long-time JazzWax reader who in the 1950s was a music publishing executive who brought Learnin' the Blues to the attention of Frank Sinatra, died in Jupiter, Fla., early yesterday morning. He was 91. [Photo of Stan Cooper... Related Stories Sinatra on TV: The DVDs 9 Box Sets You Deserve The Things We Did Last Summer
At 85, it’s the voices of a younger generation that I hear as I run on the treadmill today, along with the voice of Frank Sinatra singing “September Song.”
The staff’s ace checks every box on Frank Sinatra’s list: he’s A-#1, king of the hill, top of the heap. Beginning with Los Angeles Dodgers lefty Clayton Kershaw, who will earn $34.6 million this season, five of the six highest-paid players in Major League Baseball are starting pitchers. Show More Summary
The Colony occupied a lofty perch in New York City’s dining scene, becoming a destination for boldface names like Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Frank Sinatra.
“Raymond Shaw is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.” — Frank Sinatra, as Maj. Bennett Marco “His brain has not only been
Never mind the next Taylor Swift. This guy is the new Frank Sinatra. Sal Valentinetti, a 20-year-old pizza delivery man from Long Island, brought the "America's Got Talent" audience to its feet with his soulful rendition of Sinatra's "My Way." “When you want to sing this kind of music, you can’t fake it,” said Simon Cowell. Show More Summary
Offstage, Sal Valentinetti is a 20-year-old pizza delivery guy from Long Island, New York. Onstage, he's the reincarnation of Frank Sinatra. His old-school persona is a throwback to the time when the Rat Pack ruled Las Vegas. "I'm gonna...Show More Summary
Sal Valentinetti performed "My Way" by Frank Sinatra on America's Got Talent 2016 on Tuesday, June 14, 2016!
Palm Springs has been known as a 'Playground for the Stars' since the 1930s. Nestled near the base of the San Jacinto Mountains in southern California, celebrities such as Judy Garland, Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Sinatra, and many others have called the city their home — or at least their winter get-away. Show More Summary
In the mid-1960s, Frank Sinatra's recording career had begun to falter. It was the age of Beatlemania, and the crooner's sound, rooted in jazz and big band music, was no longer in vogue. Eager for another shot at topping the pop charts, Sinatra lined up a session in the spring...
This pair nails a sweet rendition of Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr.'s "Me and My Shadow."
Ah, Chicago. Frank Sinatra called it “my kind of town.” Carl Sandburg dubbed it “the City of Big Shoulders.” And Rudyard Kipling once wrote of the city that “I urgently desire never to see it again. It is inhabited by savages.” But that’s okay, because Kipling was too busy being an imperialist shill to appreciate what he had in front of him. Show More Summary
In 1976, Muhammad Ali collaborated with Howard Cosell, Frank Sinatra, Jayne Kennedy, Richie Havens, and others on an LP titled "Ali and His Gang vs. Mr. Tooth Decay." Listen below! Apparently, there was a planned sequel titled "Ali and His Gang vs. Fat Cat the Dope King" but sadly it never appeared. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtiNbm9o8zU
It's easy to forget how many TV specials Frank Sinatra taped over the decades. Let's just say it's dozens. A glance at his entry at IMBD.com can make your head spin. There are the ones you know, ones you don't... Related Stories 9 Box Sets You Deserve The Things We Did Last Summer
Frank Sinatra's still got the world on a string, and now he's finally got the theater wrapped around his finger. The AP reports that a jukebox stage musical about the seminal musician's life is currently in the works, with the premiere aiming for 2018. Details are still scarce, though it's ... More »
Woke up to this, The Avalanches are back! New track “Frank Sinatra” features Danny Brown and MF Doom, new album “Wildflower” to be released on July 8th!
When you hear the words “Chicago gang shooting,” you probably picture a bunch of guys in business suits and fedoras. Frank Sinatra and Al Capone usually come to mind. This is what Hollywood’s early days of cinema have shown us, but what happened only a block away from the police station on Friday afternoon was... Show More Summary
Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Janis Joplin and Kurt Cobain