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Rex The Dog, "Musik Hypnotises"

Hahaha, just kidding, you’ll get plenty of that in every single public space—and plenty of the private ones—you pass through from here until Christmas finally comes. I was waiting on line in a deli yesterday and Frank Sinatra’s take on “Winter Wonderland” was playing and I suddenly remembered being in the exact same deli the […]

Follow in Frank Sinatra's footsteps as Palm Springs toasts Ol' Blue Eyes' 100th birthday

3 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Did I ever tell you about the night Frank Sinatra and I had drinks? More about that later; right now we need to discuss a much more important event: Sinatra's upcoming 100th birthday celebration. On Dec. 12, the world will memorialize the skinny kid from Hoboken, N.J., whose extraordinary voice...

Frank Sinatra’s Voice Saved His Life

5 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

How mobster Sam Giancana didnt murder the Chairman because he had such a beautiful voice is just one of the gazillion detailsmost of them much dullerin a new biography.

In Las Vegas, a trio of places to celebrate Frank Sinatra's centennial -- his way

Frank Sinatra sang about New York ("I want to be a part of it") and Chicago ("My kind of town"), but he'll also be remembered fondly in Las Vegas on what would have been his 100th birthday. Sinatra, born Dec. 12, 1915 in Hoboken, N.J., was a fixture in Las Vegas for decades, first as a member of...

Sinatramania takes hold at the National Museum of American History

Celebrating the crooner’s centennial, "Frank Sinatra at 100" features portraits, sheet music, album covers and more.

‘He Lived In Daily Fear Of Humiliation’: Adam Gopnik On Frank Sinatra

Sinatra’s character flaw isn’t hard to name. He lived in daily fear of humiliation, and in its (often imagined) presence his temper tipped over in an instant. This was followed, usually, by remorse, once he had sobered up and stopped seeing red. But, in the interim, real damage was done to real people.”

Frank Sinatra and the Scandalous but Scholarly Biography

Having come out of the closet, or the casino, not long ago, as an unqualified Frank Sinatra idolater, I approached the second volume of James Kaplan’s biography of the singer (“Sinatra: The Chairman”) with what our critical mothers and...Show More Summary

Old Blue Eyes

New York Post : Burt Reynolds tells a memorable story about Frank Sinatra.

Bill Miller: Robbie Williams

2 weeks agoMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

To the best of my knowledge, pianist Bill Miller, who accompanied Frank Sinatra for more than 50 years, never recorded an album under his own name. He led a sextet in the early 1960s, but only while accompanying Sinatra on...       ...

DC Sports Bog: Ian Desmond sees Bryce Harper putting up even more ridiculous numbers next year

Like the Frank Sinatra song that Bryce Harper occasionally uses as his walk-up music, Ian Desmond says the best is yet to come for his Nationals teammate of the last four seasons.“What a blessing that was for me and my teammates to watch...Show More Summary

Christmas Vintage Market & Ball: Old Blue Eyes meets the Queen of Jazz

2 weeks agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

[ 12 December 2015; ] Canberra's historic Albert Hall plays host to an exciting day of vintage charm with a Christmas-themed vintage market followed by an evening ball celebrating the 100th anniversary of Frank Sinatra. Grab some great last-minute Christmas gifts at the huge variety of vintage market stalls and then join Canberra's own Tony Haley and Leisa Keen, Connexion Big [...]

Zac Brown Band, Usher will honor Frank Sinatra at Grammy concert

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI The Zac Brown Band has been added to the list of performers who will celebrate the legacy of Frank Sinatra on “Sinatra 100 – An All-Star Grammy Concert.” The event, which tapes at the...

Mafia Son Claims Frank Sinatra Was Drug Lord Pablo Escobar’s Business Partner: ‘He Dealt Coke Better Than He Sung’

The son of the famous Columbian drug baron Pablo Escobar has made the controversial claim that Frank Sinatra was his father’s business partner. Sinatra may have been famous notorious for his connections with the underworld, in fact Johnny Fontane in The Godfather was supposed to be a dead ringer for Ol’ Blue Eyes, but isn’t... Show More Summary

#ToastSinatraContest: Jack Daniel’s Celebrates Frank Sinatra’s Birthday [Video]

Start spreading the news… Jack Daniel’s is remembering a musical icon: Frank Sinatra. The crooner was one of the signature whiskey’s biggest fans. Although Sinatra passed away 17 years ago, the liquor maker is celebrating what would-be his 100th birthday on December 12. In honor of Ol’ Blue Eyes, Jack Daniel’s has created and […]

Johnny Mathis: The Singles

3 weeks agoMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

For some reason, when talk turns to male pop singers of the 1950s and '60s, Johnny Mathis is almost always skipped over. There's plenty of chatter on the merits of Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis Jr.,...     ...

Jack Daniel's Toasts Frank Sinatra on Instagram, and Hopes You Will Too

Start spreadin' the news. The next round of Jack is on Frank. Jack Daniel's celebrates the 100th birthday of its most famous fan, Frank Sinatra—who passed away 17 years ago, and would have been 100 on Dec. 12—with a contest that invites devotees to make toasts in the style of Ol' Blue Eyes. Show More Summary

Liveblogging History: October 31, 1945: Frank Sinatra

[Frank Sinatra Concert Setlist at Broadway Theatre, New York on October 31, 1945]( Night and Day (Cole Porter) It's Only a Paper Moon (Harold...Show More Summary

It's A Holiday Soul Party

Holiday albums are a longstanding pop tradition, from crooners like Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole taking on "O Holy Night" to more modern reinventions by Willie Nelson, James Brown and Bob Dylan. Now, following up their Grammy-nominated 2014 LP, Give the People What They Want, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings...

Still missing Frank Sinatra? 5 ways to celebrate his 100th birthday in Palm Springs

Frank Sinatra would have turned 100 on Dec. 12, and the city that claims him as one of its own offers good reasons to celebrate this year. Palm Springs embraces the hip cred that Sinatra brought to the desert town where he loved to stay and play. The singer died in L.A. at age 82, but that doesn't...

'Sinatra: An American Icon' is a deep look into Ol' Blue Eyes at Grammy Museum in L.A.

The Grammy Museum’s new exhibition marking the 100th anniverary of Frank Sinatra’s birth gives visitors a broad sense of one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. “Sinatra: An American Icon,” which has been organized by the Grammy Museum in cooperation with the Sinatra estate,...

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