Frank: A Musical Journey


It may be cold and gloomy weather in January, but that can be the perfect time to warm up with some lovely music. Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin enjoyed their share of success during this wintery month, in fact, some may argue that it’s the best time to sell a romantic song, giving lovers an excuse to cuddle up by a fire. Who am I to argue with that logic? (...)
As the holidays approach, you can count on hearing lots of Christmas music and it’s the same today as it was sixty years ago. The Rat Pack had a lot of common talents with perhaps the most obvious being their singing abilities, so it’s only natural that they would put out Christmas albums. Let’s have a look at their greatest holiday hits (...)
Both Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin have been known to sing, “Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow,” and I’m sure a few reading this will be saying the same thing next week, but I’ve found a simple remedy - make sure you’re in Cancun on the first day of winter! I’ll be performing Sinatra Forever in a private event at the famous Moon Palace Resort in The Glistening City on December 20th and 21st. (...)
Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday year will be officially over when December 12th rolls around and what a year it was. It seemed the whole world celebrated at some point and I had a lot of fun participating. Ol’ Blue Eyes had another big year though, one that was very important for him not only as a milestone, but for his career - and he made the very most of when he turned fifty. (...)
“For my money, Tony Bennett is the best singer in the business.” That’s pretty high praise coming from anyone, but when the speaker is Frank Sinatra, people pay attention. Bennett turned 90 years old in August. That’s not a typo, he turned 90, yet he’s going at a pace that would give many artists a breakdown (you listening, Kanye?). Let’s honor the man that The Voice held in such high regard and look at what he’s doing this coming month. (...)