Frank Sinatra

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United States singer and film actor (1915-1998)

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Throughout his six-decade career, Frank Sinatra performed on over 1,400 recordings and was awarded 31 gold, nine platinum, three double platinum and one triple platinum album by the Recording Industry Association of America.
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Spencer Leigh with his book and a Guinness in Ma Egerton's, where Frank Sinatra took a sip or two RICHARD WILLIAMS
The memorabilia, valued at around PS200, also includes two pairs of cufflinks believed to have been gifted to Father Rooney by Frank Sinatra.
ME & MY SHADOW Frank Sinatra and Mia's 'son' Ronan Farrow
Alison Furlong Dean Martin, Sammy Davis and Frank Sinatra
Local dancers shared the stage with professionals from Miami (including Susan Bello, pictured above in Don Quixote) in two premieres by resident choreographer Frank Galvez: Rhapsody, set to George Gershwin music and inspired by water ballet star Esther Williams; and It's What We Feel, with songs by Frank Sinatra.
IN 1974, Frank Sinatra called a female Australian journalist a "whore".
Caption: Kaufman Astoria Studios recently hosted a site visit and luncheon for Queens legislative leaders in an effort to raise funds needed to move the Frank Sinatra School for the Arts to its new location in Astoria, Queens.
FRANK Sinatra is the unlikely source of Millwall's inspiration ahead of their derby battle with West Ham today -thanks to former Albion striker Danny Dichio.
NAMED after a Frank Sinatra classic as a result of owner-trainer Terry Mills's lifelong fondness for Ol' Blue Eyes.
The book - Mr S: My Life With Frank Sinatra - Written by Sinatra's devoted personal valet George Jacobs, tells how Old Blue Eyes cemented his close friendship with the President by setting him up with a string of showbusiness beauties, including Marilyn Monroe.
SIR Paul McCartney wrote a song for singing great Frank Sinatra - who thought it was a joke and gave it the elbow.
By that I mean my mom played Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole in the house.