Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra was an American singer and actor that has won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.

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Did frank Sinatra ever record... mack the knife?

Yes.

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Who is the best frank Sinatra impersonator?

There are many. It's a personal opinion/taste. Some look like him and can't sing all that well. In the Chicagoland area, check out Jack D'Amico and his Chicago Rat Pack who look and sound like the real thing. Real singers like Walt Andrus near NY sounds a lot like him naturally and sang with The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra from 1988-2003. Stephen Triffitt does a great job in the UK, Brian Duprey in Vegas, Tom Gaebel in Germany, Michael Dutra Boston and many others are on You Tube and have websites.

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Did Frank Sinatra have a nickname?

Old Blue Eyes

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How old is Frank Sinatra's first wife Nancy Barbato Sinatra?

Nancy Barbato was born September 11, 1917, and is still alive as of 2016.

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In what city did Frank Sinatra leave his heart?

San Francisco.

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When did Frank Sinatra record The Good Life?

I believe 1963-64. It's on the Reprise Album "It Might As Well Be Swing" with Count Basie and his Orchestra.

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What recording group sang 'Hair'?

Which they got from the title track of the Broadway play of the same name

The Cowsills in 1969.

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Who sold more albums frank Sinatra or dean martin?

Sinatra stands at first with over 150 million albums.

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Does frank Sinatra sing the song moondance?

No. Van Morrison sings "Moondance".

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How did Frank Sinatra die?

Frank Sinatra died of a heart attack at the age of 82 on May 14, 1998.

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Frank Sinatra biggest hit record?

As a Single,"Strangers In The Night". "Somethin' Stupid" actually was a bigger hit but technically, it's a duet with daughter Nancy. Frank disliked both songs.

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How tall was Frank Sinatra?

Frank Sinatra was between 5'7 and 5'8.

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How did the Rat pack die?

they had split up and Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis went solo

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What was Frank Sinatra middle name?

Albert.

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What does V-E stand for?

"V-E" stands for Victory in Europe, as in Victory in Europe Day, May 8, 1945. President Harry Truman, our president at the time, considered V-E Day to be one of the finest birthday gifts he had ever received, since his birthday was also May 8. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com Heres a tidbit. US GI's and British tommies raised there hand with the first two fingers in a v to stand for victory later that came to be known as the piece sign during the viet nam war but it started in the 15th century when the French who were taken terrible losses from the new English long bow declared that any bowman cought would have his first 2 fingers cut off. From that point on English bowman at the beginning of a battle would raise there 2 fingers saying come and get me. Shangster.

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Who used to open for Frank Sinatra?

This would be a lengthy list if you somehow could find names of all the performers who opened for Sinatra during his 7-decade career. In Vegas, he typically had comedians open the show; the best known was Joey Bishop. Pat Henry became something of a regular opening act for Sinatra in 1958, and remained so for the next 20 years. Buddy Lester was another comedian who "warmed up" the room for the Chairman of the Board. Other comics include Don Rickles, Red Buttons, Pat Cooper, John Pinnette, Charlie Callas, Pete Barbutti and Brad Garrett Another famous opening act for Sinatra was Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, who opened for his notable "Diamond Anniversary Tour" in 1991.

He sometimes had musical acts open. At Royal Albert Hall, London in 1980, the opening act was Sergio Mendes and Brazil '66. Other musical acts on the bill through the years included Sam Butera, Trini Lopez, John Denver, Buddy Rich, Count Basie and even daughter Nancy.

In later years of touring comedian Tom Dreeson was the standard opening act for Sinatra.

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What is the value of Frank Sinatra All the way Record?

Any of the following websites may be able to provide the value of your album: www.neatstuff.net/records/Records.html

www.forevervinyl.com/

www.recordcollectorslc.com

www.vinylalbums4sale.com/index.html

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Did Frank Sinatra Sing I can't help falling in love?

Yes

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When did Frank Sinatra record Stardust?

He recorded it with Tommy Dorsey with The Pied Pipers around 1941 and again (just the verse) around 1962 on "Sinatra And Strings" arranged by Don Costa. It should be noted the song was not written by Sinatra but by Hoagy Carmichael in 1929. It was one of the most recorded songs in history with over 2000 versions by various artists.

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How many wives did frank Sinatra have?

He was married four times: Nancy Barbato, Ava Gardner, Mia Farrow and was married to Barbara Marx at the time of his death.

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Is Nancy Sinatra Frank's first wife still alive?

Yes. Nancy Sinatra is still alive and as fit as ever.

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How long ago did Frank Sinatra die?

He died on May 14, 1998. That is over 11 years ago.

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Who produced Frank Sinatra's The way you look tonight?

Quincy Jones

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How many times did Frank Sinatra married?

Sinatra was married four times: 1. Nancy Sinatra, Sr. (the mother of his three kids) 2. Ava Gardner 3. Mia Farrow 4. Barbara Marx Sinatra (whom he was married to at the time of his death)

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The value of Frank Sinatra records?

By way of a very general answer, most Frank Sinatra records don't have a premium value because most of them sold so well that they are hardly rare. For the most part, rarity is what gives records premium value. There are probably a few of his 78s (old heavy breakable records, mostly 10" with a small label, in case you're under 45 or so) that are rare, and I can say that any Harry James And His Orchestra records with Sinatra vocals on the Brunswick label might be worth upwards of 25 dollars in good condition. Outside of such exceptions, however, the true value of Frank Sinatra records is in the music on them.

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