By: Donna Myers, Beth Hilburn, Jason Irwin, and Anna Noakes Introduction Born on December 12, 1915 in Hoboken New York to an Italian immigrant couple. He was an only child.
His father, Martin Anthony, was a boxerturned-fireman. His mother, Natalie Dolly, was a former barmaid who often sang at family gatherings. Growing Up An accomplished allaround athlete, with a special interest in boxing After graduating high
school, he began singing in his spare time. Began entering local talent contests First Big Break Sinatra and a local trio won a contest on a nationwide radio show. Afterwards he got a Job at the Rustic Cabin
where he was hired for the Harry James Orchestra. Six months later he joined the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. The Family First wife - Nancy Barbato. They met when he was 19 in the summer of 1934. They were married in February of 1939 and divorced in October of
1951. Three kids Nancy Jr. born in 1940 Frank Jr. born in 1943 Tina born in 1948 Married to Ava Gardner (Nov. 1951-1957), Mia Farrow (1966-1968), and Barbara Marx (1976).
My Way Musical Styles Classified as popular in the 1940s Hated rock-n-roll His music epitomized American pop music Fellow Musicians
The Rat Packers Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, and Joey Bishop Ella Fitzgerald Bing Crosby Tommy Dorsey Successes Most musical success came after 1953
In 1960, Frank co-founded Reprise Records where he recorded exclusively after 1963 Only singer in history to have hit records in five consecutive decades! Nicknames The Voice Swoonatra
Ol Blue Eyes Chairman of the board (of show business) One take Charlie Influences Bing Crosby
Billie Holiday Tommy Dorsey Radio Shows 1944 Star of the CBS Radio Show The Frank
Sinatra Show 1949 -1950 Co-star of NBC Radios Lite up Times 1954 1955 Host and performer of the NBC Radio Show The Frank Sinatra Show
Film Appearances From Here To Eternity First big break The Man With The Golden Arm Film Appearances
1944 Higher and Higher 1945 The House I Live In 1953 From Here To Eternity 1955 The Man With The Golden Arm 1960 Oceans Eleven 1960 Robin And The Seven Hoods 1962 The Manchurian Candidate 1984 Cannonball Run II 1988 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Grammys Best traditional Pop Vocal Performance: 1995- 38th Annual Grammy Awards Record of the Year: 1966- 9th Annual Grammy Awards Album of the Year: 1966- 9th Annual Grammy Awards
Best Vocal Performance- Male: 1966- 9th Annual Grammy Awards Album of the Year: 1965- 8th Annual Grammy Awards Accomplishments Went solo in 1942 Released a single nearly every month during
the mid 40s In 1946 Sinatra was Americas top performer In 1946 he sold as many as 10 million singles each year. In 1947 he recorded 72 new songs, which was a personal high mark. http://www.rollingstone.com/artists/bio.asp?oid=2358 http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/1998/sinatra/
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