Fly me to the moon, Frank.


May you all live to be 100 years old and may the last voice you hear be mine!

Today is Mr. Frank Sinatra‘s birthday. Today he would become a 100 years if still alive and probably singing. I know some our readers might not be completely be familiar with Mr. Sinatra’s music and legacy. But trust us this guy was a walking showbizz history book. Mr. Sinatra moved in all kinds of social circle’s back in the days.

Born Francis Albert Sinatra on december 12th, 1915 as a child of Italian immigrants in Hoboken – New Jersey Frank knew the hardships of being poor, not getting sucked into criminal activity and kept fighting the stereotype surrounding Italian-American sub culture in the US. By all means, no man on this planet could be more legit than Frank a.k.a. The Voice a.k.a. Ol’ Blue Eyes a.k.a The Golden Voice.

Inspired by media mogul Bing Crosby (May 3, 1903 – October 14, 1977) from back in the days, Frank became quite certain of what his destiny was. And as the saying The Rest Is History.
Next to making hit record after hit record, winning almost every significant price in the music bizz, Frank was also a gifted actor, film producer and film director. He kept pursuing his first love, singing, until he was 79 years old. On May 14th, 1998 the world loses an icon.

Dear Mr. Sinatra, thanks for your ever green legacy.

Frank Sinatra Fly Me To The Moon Live 1964

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