Frank Sinatra

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United States singer and film actor (1915-1998)

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He has performed all over the world, at some of the top venues, including as a resident headliner in The Definitive Rat Pack (Hippodrome Casino, London), an appearance at The Lawrence Olivier Awards, performing in solo tours of Stephen Triffitt celebrates Frank Sinatra -- which sold out The London Palladium and Royal Festival Hall, earning his name on The London Palladium Hall of Fame.
Frank Sinatra was really more than a singer, entertainer and actor.
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.
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.
TWEET ON THE BEACH Frank Sinatra and Jill St John in Tony Rome
Michelle has shared the stage with such talents as Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and did two USO tours with Bob Hope.
London, Nov 20 (ANI): Struggling to get his singing career started, a homeless and hungry Frank Sinatra acted in a porn film for 100 dollars, according to a new biography.
AN unknown tape of Frank Sinatra snapped up by a North East bargain hunter could be worth tens of thousands of pounds.
The Rat Pack - Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Junior, and Peter Lawford.
Many more knew Al from his unique sound, including his beautiful mandolin performance in "The Godfather," and playing guitar for Frank Sinatra on such standards as "My Way" and "Witchcraft.
But to hear--and see--the quintessential fun-throttle Frank Sinatra, check out this just-released DVD of his standing-room-only 1978 show at Caesar's Palace.
Even in the 1960s, when homes were nearly invisible on-screen, Frank Sinatra was beating up faggot dealers in his Tony Rome movies.
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.