Frank Sinatra Story
His Life – His Music – His Way
"A STORY THAT MUST BE TOLD"
". . all the right songs..the best ones"
The Frank Sinatra Story is like none other.
There will never be another artist with the impact,
the drama, and the power Sinatra was able to command.
Few know that Frank Sinatra was born dead!
From Hoboken To Carnegie Hall. It's all here
The Music, the Fun, Friends,
His Loves, Movies, Drama,Trauma,
The Absurd, Laughter, Applause and the endless tales.
His life is all here
dramatized in vignette form
as lead ins and outs to music that will live forever
The music never stops. All the Sinatra music everyone wants to hear
and all the panache and class that goes with it.
The people who new him – from ordinary people - his devoted fans.
The music – his magnetism – the millions he entertained and the adventures in
his life that audiences will once again seek out as the Frank Sinatra Story
The shows sparkle not only with Sinatra
but also with other artists who admired and respected the MAN!
The magnetism of Lee Alan’s presentation combined with Sinatra’s music.
And so it begins......Again
The Frank Sinatra Story
|52 TWO HOUR SHOWS
OR 104 HOURS
|The Fun Friends
The good times
Sammy Davis Jr.
The Vegas Friends
Bing Crosby, Ella
Frank Sinatra Jr.
Nancy, Ava, Mia
Bacall, Joey Bishop
All woven into
music that never
He's Still Here. .
Frank Sinatra Quotes:
People often remark that I'm pretty lucky. Luck is only
important in so far as getting the chance to sell
yourself at the right moment. After that, you've got to
have talent and know how to use it.
The best revenge is massive success.
Cock your hat - angles are attitudes
I would like to be remembered as a man who had a
wonderful time living life, a man who had good
friends, fine family - and I don't think I could ask for
anything more than that, actually.
You only live once, and the way I live, once is
I don't know what other singers feel when they
articulate lyrics, but being an 18-karat
manic-depressive and having lived a life
of violent emotional contradictions,
I have an over acute capacity for sadness
as well as elation. I know what the cat who wrote
the song is trying to say.
I've been there - and back.
I guess the audience feels it along with me.
They can't help it. Sentimentality, after all
is an emotion common to all humanity.
You gotta love livin', baby, 'cause dyin' is a pain in
I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they
wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're
going to feel all day.
May you live to be 100 and may the last voice you
hear be mine.
What they said about
During three decades, along all the highways of
my youth, Frank had always been there for me.
Sammy Davis, Jr.
We have been blessed
by such a man as Frank Sinatra
I wish Frank Sinatra would just
shut up and Sing
"People who understand music hear sounds
that no one else makes when Sinatra Sings."
- Walter Cronkite
"Let's Face it, - Sinatra is a king. He's a very
sharp operator, a keen record chief, and has a
keen appreciation of what the public wants."
- Bing Crosby
One of Sinatra's favorite toasts to make with
glass in hand was, 'May you live to be 100 and
may the last voice you hear be mine.' The
master is gone but his voice will live forever."
- Tony Bennett
"Today, the sound of heaven's chorus
is a little brighter and more beautiful
as our dear friend, Frank Sinatra,
joins its ranks. Frank's golden gift
made him a Hollywood icon.
He sang about real people
and real emotions;
his songs and music
transcend age and time.
We will never forget when Frank performed at
our inaugural celebrations -
it made those evenings much more special to
the both of us."
- President Reagan and Nancy Reagan
|The Rat Pack in Vegas
at the Sands
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