She still loves rock and roll. Joan Jett rides the groove during a performance on Oct. 2 in New York
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She still loves rock and roll. Joan Jett rides the groove during a performance on Oct. 2 in New York. Rawrrrr
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Ella Fitzgerald - Albums: 5 Albums: 5 Singles: 2 First induction: "A-Tisket, A-Tasket" (with Chick Webb And His Orchestra) (1986) Most recent: Ella And Basie! (with Count Basie) (2010)
Ella Fitzgerald, 1948
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Miles Davis - Albums: 9 First induction: Birth Of The Cool (1982) Most recent: Relaxin' With The Miles Davis Quintet (2014)
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Esperanza Spalding hits a note as big as her 'fro during a performance on Nov. 2 in Detroit
Melissa Etheridge threw out the first pitch at the Rays game at the Trop. Check out this great photo by Rays photographer Skip Milos.
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"What's everybody doing in my room, huhhhh?" The Chairman of the Board, The Voice, Ol' Blue Eyes - Francis Albert Sinatra
Frank Sinatra (a.ka. Ol' Blue Eyes, The Chairman of the Board and The Voice) in 1947, at the Liederkrantz Hall in New York.
Frank Sinatra Ol’ Blue Eyes was one of the most famous singers of his era, and his connections to the Mafia have been well-documented. But it was exactly those connections that made him an irresistible inside operative for the CIA.
Frank Sinatra, Born Frances Albert Sinatra, December 12,1915, Hoboken, New Jersey. Died May 14, 1998, Los Angeles, California. Occ upations: Singer, Actor, Producer, Director, Conductor. Years active- 1935-1995. Marriages-4, Children- 3. Cause of Death- Back to Back Heart Attacks. Resting Place-Desert Memorial Park in Cathedral City California. FOOTNOTE: Also known as Ol' Blue eyes...
Frank Sinatra, Liederkrantz Hall, New York, NY, 1947, William P. Gottlieb Golden Age of Jazz Collection @ the Library of Congress
I had a hot weekend with "The Chairman of the Board," "Ol' Blue Eyes," Frank Sinatra himself...or did I? I was nervous and excited , we, uh...well here's the story, I'll let you decide for yourself.
Frank Sinatra, 1947-Crooners have remained popular among fans of traditional pop music, with contemporary performers such as Tony Bennett, Barry Manilow, Michael Stipe, Richard Hawley, Harry Connick, Jr., Michael Bublé, Neil Hannon and Engelbert Humperdinck keeping the form alive. Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Dick Powell, Nat King Cole, Andy Williams, Bobby Darin and Jimmy Durante incorporated other popular styles into their music, such as blues, dixieland and even native Hawaiian music.
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