Sinatra: An American Icon

Screen Shot 2015-04-05 at 10.38.38 AMAnother choice exhibit in New York City is at the Library of the Performing Arts- —  “Sinatra—an American Icon,” — which so handsomely shows the life, career, and talent of that charismatic and extraordinary singer. It will resonate particularly for people of a certain age who lived through the Sinatra era. It will be there until September 4th.

Barbara Fleischman

2 Responses to “Sinatra: An American Icon”

  1. HBO had done a four hour documentary on Sinatra which aired this past Sunday and Monday, but is being repeated; check the tv listings. I thought the first two-hour segment was wonderful, with many old clips of Sinatra performing and of his off-stage life.
    Lois Horgan

  2. This exhibit is just tremendous fun and a walk down memory lane. Go on a Monday evening when it’s open till 8 and apparently less crowded. Otherwise you can stop in before a performance at Lincoln center- the library is right next to the Vivian Beaumont theater. A jukebox with only Sinatra songs, a booth where you can do a duet with Frankie and some wonderful clips, esp from a TV special with Ella Fitzgerald.

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