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 »
Last week, Bob Dylan gave his first interview in three years to AARP Magazine, in which he discussed his forthcoming album, Shadows In The Night, and his love of Frank Sinatra. The new Dylan LP can’t even really be considered his own — it’s a collection of songs that Sinatra made famous way back when [...]
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Lately, Bob Dylan has been in the headlines because he is breaking a dry spell with the media. To kickoff his new album of Frank Sinatra covers, an interview with Bob Dylan will be published in the near future by retirement-oriented magazine, AARP. Show More Summary
Hopping onto the hot new trend of artists sharing their albums for free, Bob Dylan has announced that he will release a torrent of his new Frank Sinatra covers album into the waiting mailboxes of AARP subscribers. As previously reported,...Show More Summary
Copies of his Frank Sinatra covers album included in this month's issue of AARP The Magazine.
In his first interview for three years legendary rock poet Bob Dylan has talked about his love of Frank Sinatra and his decision to release an album of covers of the crooners songs. 73-year-old Dylan is a true American legend, he has...Show More Summary
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Imagine if the iPod could only play Frank Sinatra songs, or if the latest iPhone version was a not-so-smart-phone with just text, email and a weather app. It’s not just the existence of computers we call smart phones that has changed our lives in profound ways, but the content delivered by them. It’s also why the “ ” or “wearable technology” […]
A new book by the son of legendary mobster John Gotti reveals how his father once tore Frank Sinatra a new ahole and threatened to kill the popular crooner. Known as the Dapper Don because of his custom-made suits and slicked down hair, Gotti was often referred to as the King of New York. Show More Summary
A new take on Frank Sinatra's 1964 ballad.
Spike Lee is trying to be the most modern director in Hollywood The Oscar-nominated director and writer's new film, Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, doesn't just embrace modernity — it throws itself headfirst into the zeitgeist. It was funded...Show More Summary
When Bob Dylan announced he was planning to put out an album of Frank Sinatra covers, many were amused at the thought of Dylan, the grouchy growler, mumbling and bumbling his way through tunes made famous by one of the greatest voices of the last century. Show More Summary
For maximum enjoyment, plan on clicking through to Gay Talese‘s celebrated April 1966 Esquire cover story \"Frank Sinatra Has a Cold\" a little later. After you have cued up your favorite Frank LP and poured a shot of your preferredShow More Summary
Get ready for some sultry slow jams
During the TCA winter press tour, executive producer Frank Marshall was on hand to present the new documentary Sinatra: All or Nothing at All which will revolve around the life of the famous entertainer and which will be broadcast on HBO. Show More Summary
HBO will be serving up Frank Sinatra, Kurt Cobain and Bessie Smith as well as "Game of Thrones" this year.
HBO today announced Sinatra: All or Nothing At All, commemorating Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday. The two night, four-hour documentary weaves rarely seen footage of Sinatra’s famous 1971 “retirement” concert in Los Angeles. The film’s...Show More Summary
Ol' Blue Eyes is back – in spirit at least. The 2015 Los Angeles Italia Film, Fashion and Art Fest will honor the centennial of Frank Sinatra's birth with a series of initiatives between Italy and the U.S. The 10th edition of the event...Show More Summary
Darren Criss sang Frank Sinatra's hits with Michael Feinstein on New Year's Eve at the Rainbow Room. Watch the video here: The post Darren Criss sings Frank Sinatra’s hits on New Year’s Eve at the Rainbow Room (VIDEO) appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.