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Frank Sinatra Fan Page of TheFrankSinatra.com on Facebook is now live!

 
With more than 800 million users, Facebook is impossible to ignore by any company or website as it helps to reach more people in a more efficient way. TheFrankSinatra.com has Frank Sinatra Fan Page as well, but for a different purpose. While this website is mainly for sharing information, Facebook Fan Page is only for sharing videos of Frank Sinatra performances. Since 1st of January 2011, Frank Sinatra Fan Page has reached 1.500 people and helped people to watch more than 130 performances of Sinatra, some rare some common. From now on, I will post daily videos from 60+ different concerts everyday, and they will always be at least very good performances.
 
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“Like” to watch the best performances of Frank Sinatra on Frank Sinatra Fan Page.

http://www.facebook.com/TheHobokenFour
 
You can also subscriber fo my Youtube Account to explore and watch older videos easily.
http://www.youtube.com/user/TheHobokenFour
 
Feel free to add videos of Frank Sinatra or your questions and ideas on Frank Sinatra Fan Page to contribute. As expected, the more people take part, the more people will benefit and know Sinatra in a better way. We are used to watching videos of the same concerts over and over, but Frank Sinatra Fan Page will introduce you many concerts and photos that you might have never seen before. There are always more and good enough material to share, when it come to the legendary Frank Sinatra.
 
I sometimes upload many videos on YouTube at once and share them one by one on Frank Sinatra Fan Page in a long term. Subscribing to my account on YouTube will give you chance to see those videos earlier than they are shared on Frank Sinatra Fan Page on Facebook. YouTube videos have almost reached half a million views in total, I am happy to say.

By | 2017-06-10T00:19:38+00:00 October 16th, 2011|Categories: Articles|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |11 Comments

11 Comments

  1. Tom February 18, 2012 at 19:38 - Reply

    Wondering if you can help me find a Sinatra Video I just love. It was on youtube but now I can not seem to find it–so I am not sure if they took it off. It was a video of him doing a live performance of ” One more for my baby”. I belive it was from a 1971 show. The video starts out with him saying somthing like–“this otta make em cry”. He then also jokes about this is his great dramatic moment and then says–“you may laugh—you may very well laugh” Then he starts the song. I am hoping someone can repost this to youtube again…….!!

    • thefranksinatra February 20, 2012 at 07:16 - Reply

      You may laugh, you may very well laugh. I remember this, gonna find and post it in 1-2 days.

      • Tom February 21, 2012 at 07:01 - Reply

        Great—Thank you!

        • thefranksinatra February 22, 2012 at 13:29 - Reply

          This is the one you are looking for, without the “You May Laugh” part before the song

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xxd9QU2n2oY

          You are welcome 🙂

          Btw, if you want the version with the chat before the song, i can mail it to you. Don’t prefer uploading them as it is against copyright laws.

    • Brian Bell June 9, 2016 at 13:55 - Reply

      This was from the Sinatra at Royal Festival Hall 1971 dvd.

  2. plus de vue sur youtube March 12, 2013 at 23:25 - Reply

    Wow that was strange. I just wrote an very long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t appear. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again.
    Anyway, just wanted to say excellent blog!

  3. John Balneaves December 12, 2013 at 10:13 - Reply

    What was the song title, and album title, where as the song ended, the accompanying music was faded out, and Frank made funny comments about this new fad of fading popular records out. He didn’t like coming trend. John

    • Brian Bell June 9, 2016 at 14:04 - Reply

      The song was Ya Better Stop. This is available on the Sinatra Capitol Rarities or The Complete Sinatra Singles 3 cd collection.

  4. Melanie Goodman April 4, 2015 at 10:14 - Reply

    Hello, my father in law has a clock that was owned by Frank Sinatra and I can’t find anywhere what the value of this would be. So if anyone knows please holler.

  5. Steven Schragis November 25, 2015 at 00:07 - Reply

    An Afternoon with Frank Sinatra

    Anna Celenza / Georgetown University

    December 06, 2015 Shafler Forum – 7 West 83rd Street, NYC – see http://www.onedayu.com

    2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

    Frank Sinatra gave 20th-century America a voice. Through his music, stage shows, films and abashedly public private life, he offered audiences a vision of the “American Dream” that contrasted greatly with the suburban ideal of the hardworking man. Sinatra was entirely in tune with his audiences’ needs and desires. But this isn’t what made him great.

    As this lecture demonstrates, Sinatra’s name lives on because of his distinctive musical style. His phrasing and tone, the timbre of his voice: these are the qualities that set him apart. Using numerous musical examples, Anna Celenza traces the origins of the famous “Sinatra Sound” and reveals how, over the last half century, it has influenced a disparate array of musical styles and genres that make up the kaleidoscopic nature of today’s American soundtrack.

    Anna Celenza is the Thomas E. Caestecker Professor of Music at Georgetown University. She is the author of several books, including “Music as Cultural Mission: Explorations of Jesuit Practices in Italy and North America.” Her current research project is a book in progress titled “Jazz Italian Style.” In addition to her scholarly work, she has served as a writer/commentator for NPR’s Performance Today and published eight award-winning children’s books. She has been featured on nationally syndicated radio and TV programs, including the BBC’s “Music Matters.”

  6. John Huggett October 6, 2016 at 15:54 - Reply

    Did anyone see the film in which Frank played piano and sang either Only The Lonely or One For My Baby ?
    Richard Widmark was in the film and also I think Ida Lupino. I saw the film and am just trying to remember the title…”Jefty’s Roadhouse” ?.

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