This previously unreleased track comes from the upcoming collection 'Frank Sinatra: A Voice on the Air 1935 - 1955.'
This is Frank Sinatra's centennial year -- the Sirius radio station bearing his name tells us every three minutes. Earlier this year HBO aired a six-hour documentary chronicling his career from the earliest days to his late triumphs....Show More Summary
Frank Sinatra may have famously intoned, “I’m for anything that gets you through the night,... The post ‘Playboy Swings’ puts spotlight on Hugh Hefner and the business of music appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
Miley Cyrus’s opening monologue on SNL was a hilarious cover version of Frank Sinatra’s “My Way” in which she saluted and said good-bye to all those people who made the summer of 2015 what it was: Rachel Dolezal, The Dentist w… The post Miley Cyrus SNL Monologue Salutes Kim Davis, Pizza Rat, Josh Duggar, Rachel Dolezal and More: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Here are the five best events going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, Oct. 3, 2015 as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing. • Charlotte Symphony Pops: A Frank Sinatra Tribute at Knight Theater • Charlotte Oktoberfest at N.C. Show More Summary
Twyla Tharp once choreographed different recordings of Frank Sinatra singing "My Way" in the same piece. That double dose of self-aggrandizement should have prepared us for her 50th anniversary tour, a project that keeps her in the spotlight (if offstage) while rebuilding her reputation as a serious...
The 4-CD box set contains more than 100 songs and focuses on Sinatra’s work on the radio.
December 12th marks what would have been Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday, and throughout 2015, Sony Music's Legacy Recordings have celebrated the legendary singer's career with a series of archival releases. That will continue with Frank Sinatra: A Voice on Air (1935-1955), a 4-CD collection gathering the Chairman of the Board's...
Celebrated performers like Elizabeth Taylor and Frank Sinatra left beautiful real estate behind -- and now you can rent it
The Riviera Palm Springs Resort & Spa has a storied history as a Rat Pack hangout for Frank Sinatra and his pals in the 1960s, and a place where Elvis Presley and his band once crashed too.
To mark the centennial of Frank Sinatra's birth this winter, the Public Chicago Hotel — joined by Our Town's own Tom Dreesen — are planning a huge celebration of "'Ol Blue Eyes" 100th birthday at the Pump Room. The hotel — known in Sinatra's...Show More Summary
In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week: As summer draws to a close, we’re featuring our favorite songs about fall. Frank Sinatra, “September Song” (1946) Some of us welcome summer’s end as...Show More Summary
Stop reading about Kim Davis for a moment and try to think of the superstar who is most synonymous with New York City. Frank Sinatra? Ol’ Blue Eyes is more closely associated with his hometown Hoboken, New Jersey. Barbra Streisand? The Brooklyn-born entertainer has spent the past four decades on the West Coast. Let’s go with […]
In September 1965, just three months before turning 50, Frank Sinatra released September Of My Years, a concept album that focuses on a man turning 50 and reflecting on his life with a certain amount of wistful longing and nostalgia....Show More Summary
You may feel young at heart, but with apologies to Frank Sinatra, that's probably a fairy tale. A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the average American man has a heart that's 7.8 years "older" than his chronological age; for women, the comparable "heart age" is...
Panic! at the Disco's Brendon Urie is tipping his hat to "Fly Me to the Moon" crooner Frank Sinatra with Tuesday's release of tribute song "Death of a Bachelor." The musical tribute, Urie wrote on Instagram, "expresses the bittersweet (but mostly sweet) end of an era. Show More Summary
Originally published in the September 2015 Robb Report Private Aviation Sourcebook as "Come Fly with Me." At the start of the jet age, Bill Lear and other aircraft builders counted on celebrity endorsements—not just of their products but also of the lifestyle that went with owning a private jet. Show More Summary
Legendary Ukrainian-born Russian singer Joseph Kobzon, known for his crooner style and dubbed by many Western observers as the 'Soviet/Russian Frank Sinatra', has challenged President Petro Poroshenko and Arseniy Yatsenyuk to a literary duel, saying that he knows Ukrainian poetry better than either of them.
I was a pretty lucky kid. I remember growing up in the casino business where my father worked, and being surrounded by a lot of legendary people. From family gatherings with Frank Sinatra, to hanging out backstage with Sammy Davis Jr. at every one of his concerts, it was an [...]