It is every journalist's dream: Publish an article and movie producers start chasing the film rights. That's the situation Gay Talese finds himself in, but there's a twist: He wrote the article for Esquire over 50 years ago. It was called...Show More Summary
As I get older, I have a greater appreciation of: The talent of Frank Sinatra. A quiet Saturday night. The sweetness of dogs. Alfred Hitchcock films. Walks. Bach's genius. A well-written sentence. The insight of Abraham Lincoln. Vincent van Gogh. Comfortable clothes.
Jim Harbaugh danced to One Direction and Frank Sinatra in one evening
He’s a tad rhythmically challenged, but that’s fine. Jim Harbaugh and his wife Sarah spent a lovely Tuesday night, sometimes dancing to Frank Sinatra. Of course the Michigan coach was in full sideline regalia. The Harbaughs dancing to...Show More Summary
New York City's Waldorf Astoria is one of the most legendary hotels in the world. Its suites have hosted every US president since Herbert Hoover, and Hollywood legends Sophia Loren, Elizabeth Taylor, and Frank Sinatra have all at different times called the residential towers home. Show More Summary
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene The recorded voice of Frank Sinatra told the fans who packed Atlanta Symphony Hall that they were about to witness “the greatest singer in the world,” and out strolled spry,...
Singer Frank Sinatra’s Villa Maggio getaway takes in panoramic views from its perch above the Coachella Valley. The Palm Desert retreat includes three houses, a swimming pool, a tennis court and a helipad for quick trips to or from Hollywood. The 7.5-acre site has room to park 24 vehicles — that...
Bob Dylan loves Frank Sinatra. How much does he love Frank Sinatra?! So much so that he has already released two albums consisting of traditional Sinatra pop-standard covers, and he’s going to do the exact same thing next month with the arrival of his newest cover album Triplicate. (Who knows, ... More »
“My One and Only Love” is the second single from the forthcoming ‘Triplicate.’
When all is said and done, Bob Dylan will have released five CDs' worth of Frank Sinatra covers in two years. Just stop and think about that for a second. It's not getting any less weird! Dylan is planning on releasing the new triple-disco standards album Triplicate next month, and we've already posted his take…
Bob Dylan’s new triple-album Triplicate, comprising new takes on American standards, continues his fascination with the work of Frank Sinatra. The album announcement came with his version of “I Could Have Told You,” and now we have his reimagining of “My One and Only Love,” as Stereogum points out. Show More Summary
Want to share your best impression of Frank Sinatra or Elvis Presley? There’s a new spin on karaoke at a party bar along the Las Vegas Strip: singing songs made famous by Vegas headliners, past and present. Talent isn’t required (though it helps) as a live band accompanies people brave enough to...
"... set to appear on his new triple album of American standards, Triplicate, out March 31st via Columbia.""Triplicate" will include "Stormy Weather," "That Old Feeling," "As Time Goes By," "Imagination," "How Deep Is the Ocean," "P.S. Show More Summary
The iconic poet does it again.
Triplicate, which sees Dylan take on 30 American standards, arrives in March.
Because some people just have to do it their way, Bob Dylan has now made three album's worth of Frank Sinatra covers. Actually, make that five — his latest, Triplicate (very funny, Bob), is a triple album that joins the two other albums of songs made popular by Sinatra that ... More »
Bob Dylan has announced a new triple-album, Triplicate, featuring new takes on songs by American songwriters. His follow-up to 2016’s Fallen Angels is out March 31 via Columbia. Below, listen to the lead track, “I Could Have Had You”—Dylan’s latest Frank Sinatra cover. Show More Summary
Bob Dylan simply will not stop recording covers of old Frank Sinatra songs. He's already released two albums -- 2015's Shadows In The Night and last year's Fallen Angels -- of his versions of songs that Sinatra made famous. And now he's getting ready to release, of all possible things, a new triple album, once…