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Paul Anka tribute to Sinatra coming to Mohegan Sun

The legendary performer will sing a mix of Ol’ Blue Eyes’ hits along with plenty of his own songs during the show at the Uncasville, Conn., casino. “The ‘Anka Sings Sinatra’ tour will honor a great artist who has influenced me more than anyone else throughout my career, Frank Sinatra,” Anka said in a press release. “It will be a night filled with his songs, my songs, my way!”
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'Sinatra and Me' offers a more personal glimpse of The Chairman

In his roles as both Frank Sinatra’s road manager and friend, Tony Oppedisano enjoyed unrivaled access to the man many consider America’s greatest 20th-century entertainer. The two met in 1974 at the New York City club Jilly’s when Oppedisano was 21 and Sinatra 56. Little did the author of “Sinatra and Me: In the Wee Small Hours” know that he had not just met his vocalist hero but someone he would spend many nights and early mornings with until Sinatra’s death in 1998.
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Mullens Swinging with Sinatra This Saturday

MULLENS, W.Va. – Lee Dean will perform in concert on Saturday, June 19th at the Mullens Veterans Building. Capturing the essence of Frank Sinatra, audiences applaud Lee Dean as a standout who channels the charisma of “Old Blue Eyes” himself. His unmistakable style, sound, humor, and charm will transport you back in time or allow you to experience this era live for the first time.
New York City, NYthesandpaper.net

‘Sinatra: The Musical’ at LBI Foundation June 27

Entertainer Tony Sands brings his tribute to “Ol’ Blue Eyes” with “Sinatra: The Musical” on Sunday, June 27 at 7 p.m. at the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences in Loveladies. Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door. Sands calls it “a musical journey...
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Ronan Farrow was Frank Sinatra’s biological father, according to a friend of Sinatra’s.

Fair Sinatra’s ‘closest confidant’ Tony Oppedisano poured more infection water on the long-standing talk that the late vocalist inconspicuously fathered Pulitzer Prize champ, Ronan Farrow. ‘There are only two distinct ways Frank may have fathered Ronan, both absurd,’ Oppedisano wrote in his book Sinatra and Me – hitting racks Tuesday – according to People.
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From Lombardi to Sinatra!

Last Friday, May 14th was the 23rd anniversary of Francis Albert Sinatra’s passing. He was 83. It will always be significant to me since it was in May 1985 that I met him. Going back, I was a teenager when he first came on the music scene in the 1940s. His popularity as a teen-idol was phenomenal. Perhaps the G.O.A.T. of singers!
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Jim Tunney, Tunneyside: From Lombardi to Sinatra

After further review … May 14 was the 23rd anniversary of Francis Albert Sinatra’s death. He was 83 when he passed. It will always be significant to me since it was in May 1985 that I met him. Going back, I was a teenager when he first came on the music scene in the 1940s. His popularity as a teen-idol was phenomenal. Perhaps the G.O.A.T. singers!
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'Sinatra' show coming to Phoenixville on June 5

PHOENIXVILLE — “Sinatra” — The Musical is a multimedia musical tribute starring Tony Sands as "The Voice." It is a musical journey of the life and times of the late Frank Sinatra. Sands performs all of Sinatra’s best-loved songs from the early days with Tommy Dorsey, to the bright lights...
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Winter Park Playhouse name drops — Sinatra, Gershwin, Merman — in 2021-22 season

Winter Park Playhouse has taken an innovative approach to its 2021-22 season, mixing three previously announced productions disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic with three new titles. The lineup at the area’s only professional theater devoted exclusively to musicals is full of big names: Gershwin, Sinatra, Ethel Merman. And in one new show making its Southeastern U.S. premiere, the Playhouse ...