Frank Sinatra, and His Way

Before or since, no one did it like Old Blue Eyes.

The following article, written by Elysa Gardner, appears on USA Today

“To Sinatra, a microphone is as real as a girl waiting to be kissed,” E.B. White observed in The New Yorker in 1952. Frank Sinatra had not yet reached his peak as an artist and was at a professional low point: That same year, Hollywood agent Irving “Swifty” Lazar would call him “a dead man,” noting, “Even Jesus couldn’t get resurrected in this town.”

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