There are only a handful of people who meant as much to the world of film as they did to the world of music. I think the case can be made that Frank Sinatra topped them all.
As Frank Sinatra's production manager, Hank Cattaneo was the man who made sure everything ran like clockwork. Here he recalls the legendary Live At The Meadowlands performance from 1986.
American Idol is once again under the influence of The Voice. Tune in May 4th to catch the final 5 paying tribute to Ol' Blue Eyes with a very special program that proves Sinatra is just as much a force today as he was when he first took the stage.
COME FLY AWAY is the next and most elaborate chapter in one of the most fruitful collaborations in contemporary dance.
"No matter how many tests I was asked to make, no matter what the money, I was going to become Maggio if it was the last thing I ever did."
John McCain and Barack Obama may not agree on much, but when they were asked to provide a list of their ten favorite songs shortly before the summer conventions, one artist showed up on both lists.
Somewhere out there, maybe wedged in a pile of other old 78s is an art deco sleeve holding Brunswick 8443. If you're a Sinatra collector, this is the Holy Grail.
Frank Sinatra, long acclaimed as the world's greatest performer of popular music, is the artist who set the standard for all others to follow.