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Fresh "Sinatra" from The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

00:46 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh "Sinatra" from The World of Phil Hendrie

"When coupet said. Do you want it to go to series. And i said not really because i just watched it and it i could still. I could still smell it. Come out of tv. and that's gonna. He said well here. Wipe with this. And before i could get off acute line like why. Don't i just go ahead. And wipe with the bucket seats in your jaguar He was gone in the breeze. Well that's you had a career frank. If i had a career. I'll take but west you. What have you been doing. We've talked enough about me. Well it's interesting. I've spent that time in miami producing television. I produced with Marrying mcbrayer produced with up then the neck brothers no just marry not not her brothers And we did a lot of private eye of the frank sinatra movie. Oh really yeah we did one called lo and behold and it was about an alcoholic private investigator. After that i lost interest. I i went to the set once a day and then i just i went back to the motel that pass out so things are not going good for you either. No no not at all. But that never got released. Lo and behold frank sinatra. And i one points in opposite of can i at least bring dean martin on this piece you-know-what fragment uh-huh frank new. Frank knew this thing was it was dead dead dead rid. So what's since those days westwood. He's been doing well. You know what. I did my wife and i And you met tammy yes. I did you still very well. We were married divorced. We got married in nineteen seventy five and we divorced about six weeks later. You're kidding me. No and then remarried divorced. I didn't talk to her for about ten years. Then we remarried. That was nineteen eighty five and we were married for another week. What the hell is wrong with you. Wait hold on. And then we realized in nineteen ninety five. It was like we'll call the ten ten year delay. We finally said for me. And we had our wedding and those who are vows Usually the preschools whatever's what is it called. You mean like the minister something. Yeah the minister. I was raised catholic so but we didn't have a catholic priest we had a minister and he's and the vowel. Instead of saying i do it was for me. No kidding they let you do that Yeah they let you do anything you want now because these are vows taken between a man and woman to commit themselves to each other for from now until hell freezes over you know so you and your wife and you do what my wife and i own a small Pet store where.

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G-7 Leaders Agree on Vaccines, China and Taxing Corporations

The Sinatra Hours

00:58 sec | 5 d ago

G-7 Leaders Agree on Vaccines, China and Taxing Corporations

Italian Cable Car Plunges to the Ground, Killing Several People

The Sinatra Hours

00:17 sec | 3 weeks ago

Italian Cable Car Plunges to the Ground, Killing Several People

"In northern Italy say a mountaintop cable cars plunged to the ground, killing at least nine people. Italy's Alpine rescue service said Two Children have been taken to the hospital. The cable car collapsed near the summit of the stress of Montana Ronnie Cable car line in the Piedmont region.

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Sentinels TenZ Injures Hand in Freak Accident Ahead of Stage 2 Masters

Esports Minute

00:39 sec | Last month

Sentinels TenZ Injures Hand in Freak Accident Ahead of Stage 2 Masters

"The best-of-five orange. You will await to face the winner between damn, when gaming and Madeline's tomorrow morning with the Grand Final to begin this Sunday injuries in Esports among players remains a rare sight, but they do occasion. Happen. Take Valentina Sentinels as one of their players. Tend could be a questionable decision to start a game for singles heading into stage. Two masters in Reykjavik tens posted to Instagram earlier today that he had accidentally poured boiling hot water over. His left hand primarily his thumb, he can still play just with a bandage stump to help control his jumps a bit more slowly. Sentinels will still definitely miss. The process of Sinatra who is still serving his

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Sinatraa receives 6-month Valorant suspension

Esports Minute

00:39 sec | Last month

Sinatraa receives 6-month Valorant suspension

"Breaking news on the day is Right. Game, suspended Sentinel valorem player, Sinatra for six months following an investigation into his alleged sexual assault. The developer released a statement citing Sinatra failing to fully cooperate in their investigation. Am logged in with the right had found any evidence proving or disproving the sequence of events surrounding the alleged sexual assault. So natural would be set to return on September 10th near the end of ECT stage 3 kidney, the final Masters event. The verdict surrounding the allegations will be released once authorities involved reveal their findings. But in the meantime, Sinatra is set to undergo professional conduct training before he is allowed to compete. Again,

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Chinese Rocket Debris Crashes Into Indian Ocean

The Sinatra Hours

00:14 sec | Last month

Chinese Rocket Debris Crashes Into Indian Ocean

"That was launched last week re entered the Earth's atmosphere crashing into the Indian Ocean south west of Sri Lanka. It was a 100 ft long piece of that rocket among the biggest pieces of space debris to fall to earth. Find

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"sinatra" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:24 min | Last month

"sinatra" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Sinatra's new CD is California Girl. One of the songs is California Dream and that song I was working for TNT and Nutley, New Jersey one day waiting for a bus and it was snowing and it was cold as hell and New Jersey and Snowing and I heard California dreaming and I, you know Real young at the time. I said the hell with this and I quit and I went to California. That song actually took me to California. Nancy, Welcome back. Thank you. The boots song Nancy. These boots made for walking. When when the whole Waco siege was going on, and the FBI was playing that to the correct compound. That one must have really caught you by surprise. Well, people ask me about it at the time and I all I could Hey, was I wish it had worked. Yeah, That's good point. Yeah. Uh, you know, I think they were using irritating music over and over again to try to get them to leave. I'm not sure. Oh, that's not irritating music, irritating music they played for the last South American dictator bloom out with rabid Stein and all that kind of stuff. Yours was not that was like a four shadow of things to come. As you listen to the rest of that record, you know it Z kind of meaningful to what finally occurred in that situation, isn't it? You mean lyrically? Yeah. Yeah, I guess you know, there were two bite bass players on that. Session. Really? Carol Kaye did the electric Basically, he used to pick which gives it that Kind of popping sound, and then Chuck Burke offer. Did the upright bass. Which does that beautiful quarter tone line down? It's incredible. Yeah, very cool. Um, e guess I gotta ask you. No. You know, you know what? First I'll ask you for your Children. Nancy. What's it like? Being the child of Nancy Sinatra. How is it for them? Stuff in it. Well. I think they wish I wouldn't do certain things. I think I think they're they're very patient and Adorable with me about it. My daughter AJ lives in Hoboken. By the way, she's singing the national anthem on Wednesday at Yankee Stadium for Frank Sinatra Day. Wow. My sister's leaving tomorrow for New York. He's going to throw out the first ball. It's a big family celebration there. I have to be here because I'm getting ready to do my show's down in the desert. We have A lot of stuff coming up anyway. So a J flying in my daughter Amanda lives here with her husband. And we're going down to Palm Springs because they're giving me a star on the walk of stars down there on May 9th Yea yeah, yeah. Ah, well, you were immortal a long time before the you know that appears, But that's what it's going to be fun two days because Tom Jones is working that night, May 9th at the spa in Palm Springs. And then the next night, we do our show. We at the same venue. So it's a nice hotel casino. So it'll be fun. I'm looking forward to that. I live out here in the desert so Not very far away. We're kind of like Palm Springs here. It's a beautiful place s. So how was it being the daughter of Frank Sinatra? I mean, is there can you see the peril? What I wanted to ask you is Can you see the parallels now in your Children? With your experience, you know, being the daughter of Frank, I think I do. And in some ways, I think being being a famous man's daughter is being is different from being a famous woman's daughter. Really, my kids have it. Have the double whammy of the Jamie's grandfather. That's true, and then the celebrity moms so It's and and celebrity uncle that you know there's surrounded, but only one of them got the music bug, and that's my A J. She's He's a singer. And how do you feel about that? Well, I think it's great and I'll tell you why she went got a college education. She's a screenwriting student from the USC film school. And she's a college grad. And she's got that career. She wants it. Well, What did there come a moment when you sat her down and said, OK, if you're going this way, then here's what you're in for. No, I think she pretty much thought out along the road with her mom, You know, I think she's seen all that for herself. But no, I don't really give a lot of lot of advice. My kids are pretty much their own people unless they Asked thing. You know, I don't really discuss it, but Remember trying to involve myself in my dad's work and occasionally recommending something that he would Agreed to do which always thrilled me. And when they suggest something to me, I see the same joy in their eyes. When I say Well, great idea. I think I'll try that, you know. It's just it's like any other business. You know, I call it our family farm. We farm it farm it just like anybody else does the products, you know, So how was it being Frank Sinatra's daughter was that Was that rough? No. God. No, Not at all. No. Great. You wrote two books about your dad. Frank Sinatra in America. I got sick of reading all the garbage. Frank Sinatra, My father. Uh, yeah, Well, there was a lot of garbage. I mean, to this day, I think most American people think that your dad had lots of old mob connections. Mobbed up that kind of thing. Um Well, A lot of American people are naive. I think that if they would think about it for five minutes they'd realize That the people who ran the night clubs in New York We're just carry over from the bootleggers. And those people who ran those clubs. Hired people like my father. And Danny Thomas and Alan King and Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. All of the entertainers worked for those guys. When those guys moved west Out to Las Vegas, Theo entertainers moved with them. And, uh, They were Friendly because they worked for these people, so the appearance of connection was completely unavoidable. Well, I guess because my dad's name and ended in a vowel. He's he was more associate ID with it, then the other guys But you know, Red Skelton was one. I mean, It's all in the book, Danny Thomas. Complained a lot about the fact that my dad kept getting singled out. But J. Edgar Hoover hated my father. Because he my father wielded a lot of power with Democratic voters. And he was a Roosevelt supporter. Oh, I know. And so the Republicans and especially the Hearst Syndicate, went after my dad..

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Woman, 55, carjacked outside South Loop Target in Chicago

The Sinatra Hours

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Woman, 55, carjacked outside South Loop Target in Chicago

"Approached when behind by three men who took her keys. 55 year old tried to fight back, but police say was pushed to the ground as one man drove off in her black out AQ five. Chicago Mayor Lightfoot is appealing for calm ahead of the release of a body camera video showing the fatal

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Why did Brazil's defence chiefs quit?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Why did Brazil's defence chiefs quit?

"Joined today by samantha pearson and fernando augusta per sheku cement to pearson is the brazil correspondent for the wall street journal. She joins us from sao paulo and fernando augusta. Yoshiko is from ceo palo. He's monocle senior correspondent and he is right here in the studio in london. A i will start with you samantha. And the story. That is the reason. We're doing this episode. It's the resignation of these three service chiefs. Obviously a choreographed move on their part. But how seismic has that been. It's been a pretty big may chair in brazil. Last time the heads of the armed forces left on the same day was nineteen ninety-five And that was the end. Up brazil's twenty one year dictatorship. So really it's not normal for this to happen in brazil and it's it's had a huge impact and just to follow that up samantha. Anyone know yet entirely what the motivations are actually at some level. Trying to bolsonaro out i think site mean a defense ministry said very little when they announced the change but sources close. The government told as essentially resigned in protest. Why do they do this. Because basically the past couple of years while sonata the president bus not has been trying to politicize military force Bat kim on political issues now. This is a lot of tension among the hiring sip. the military. They believe that they answer only to the constitution that they're above plots politics fair while they're going to be tarnished. The entire arms is brazil is going to be tarnished by both sinatra's administration and particularly his handling of the pandemic which is being pretty catastrophic care in brazil

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"sinatra" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:07 min | 2 months ago

"sinatra" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Sinatra Count Concert for the Americas. One of the great greatest concerts he ever did world on a string so usually gonna play another couple's Frank Sinatra tunes. I can't. I've been dying to do this since last week. This is one of the great musical pieces you'll ever hear. It's 1965. It's a show called Hollywood Palace on ABC television hosted by Mr Sinatra. He He hands it off to Count Basie. He cans up the Count Basie and just showcases the brilliance of the Basie band. And the old man ain't even singing. So I wanted to tell you you got to look for you Gotta hear the drums, Sonny pain. This is my new drum hero Did Of course, Buddy. Rich is always the guy, Mr Group as well, you know, but with a shout out to Mitch Mitchell, Jimi Hendrix drummer I'm just saying But oh, my God, Sonny pain. The guy was an absolute drumming genius. He and then and then Eddie locked, locked Draw Davis, Eddie Lockjaw Davis, One of the great jazz cats of all time. Does the sax solo Then they hand it off and you'd be here this as a print a zoo. We played the song for you in a second. Bill Hughes, who just died Not too many years ago. Billions is a trombone player, one of the greatest in the jazz arena from Staten Island, New York. I am just saying so. You got to give a listen. This is basically at his best. Here's Mr Sinatra introducing one of the all time great big bands. Count Basie Orchestra, Count Basie and his wonderful bands. Thank you. Having a bit of a character having another child together forever. That's Sonny pain. Oh, Oh, unbelievable. That's a campaign. The orchestra featuring Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Sonny Pain on Johnson Bill used in Staten Island playing the bone man, I've got to tell you to What s so I'm watching watching Sonny pain and you know I'm a drummer. While I'm nothing like this, But I played the drums when you put it that way. So now I'm watching Sonny pain and I'm trying to walk. Try to figure out how he does the moves. You know, like my buddy Rich doesn't roll. He does it with his left hand and it's like he just he could roll with one hand, buddy, Rich, good and creeper, a grouper. The way he would go in there and just a creep on the drums and just take them over was incredible. Sonny painted across over if I could describe it to you verbally. I don't know that I can't symbol symbol right hand left hand. Then he crossed his hands hit the Tom Toms that foot the Tom Toms off the base and went back and forth. Boom! Boom! Boom! I tried it. I have a bad bicep. It'll tendon Tor No. I e. It's true. I'm better than I've got in my music dungeon trying to duplicate this. I hurt myself. Is he I hurt myself to it. Yeah, you know, uh, Lauren? Hey, it's Joe Piscopo. 77 w A B. C. It is randy Mazda Sundays with Sinatra. Had a great weekend and I want to wish everybody the best on this palm Sunday a blessed palm Sunday to you. It didn't my church yesterday They handed the palms out. Had the the privilege of going to see my mother. I stopped at a church of picked up. So I called Father Tom at a local church. Right? And I did. This is me. This is your This is your God fear and guilt. Ridden, churchgoing Italian American right on Palm Sunday. This was yesterday I called the parish father Tom answers the phone man, which I'm always impressed with, you know, and I father time, So it's Joe Piscopo, you know, and Hey, Joe, how worried We missed you. I said no. I'm trying to get back. I said. I said you don't have any bombs around there and Father Tom goes. I know a guy. I know a guy gets a bomb. Not a problem, Joey. Only in Jersey a preschool. I know. I'll get the palm guy will leave him at the front of the church. You pick up the bombs. You take the mama, right? God bless you Have a great have a great East. So thank you, Father Time I took the poms over. Sat with my mom, You know? Well, she's vaccinated. I'm halfway there. My T cells are high. I don't know what all this means, but all that I still keep a little distance, but I love my mama. And you know, one of the wish, Mom and everybody upon Sunday and as we go into holy week also, I hope your Passover was great to our Jewish brothers and sisters as we close out pass over this evening. You know, it's uh, you know what? I keep telling you this as they come before the mike every Sunday night. We're good people. They'll tell us that we're bad. They'll tell us that we're divided. But I know we're not. And no matter what you are, what you believe in what you don't believe in. We love you anyway, But we know one thing is everybody loves Frank Sinatra. And that's why we're here this morning. So I found the best. What This is What? My favorite specials, So it's getting to be the late seventies as sixties. Rather, it's going into 1970. And annulment high school, So Frank's or not, you wanted to hip it up a little bit, right. So what's he gonna do? Well, you know what I think I'll bring on the fifth dimension. If you remember the fifth Dimension, a great group right? And he had Diane Carroll remember dining car was legendary singer actress back in the day. And and Mr Sinatra went out. He said, I'm gonna try to be a little like these kids these kids today so he wore He finished one number with the fifth dimension. This is in the special that was called Frank Sinatra does his thing. Oh, yeah, So so now and I could remember Watch it at home with Mom and dad and this just had to be like a 19. Had to be like 1966 or so 67. Actually, this special was so Mr Sinatra. He changes and he gets into a you ready for this Nehru jacket. Member. Anybody remember the neighborhood jackets, you know, named after the you know the neighborhood Indian and then beats he had beads around his collar. So with an orange T shirt And you know what? He still look great. He's still expect angular. So he with the changes after he sings with the fifth dimension he puts on a neighborhood jacket and beads, but he always always goes back to the basics. Go.

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Illinois reports nearly 2,600 new coronavirus cases, 25 deaths

The Sinatra Hours

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Illinois reports nearly 2,600 new coronavirus cases, 25 deaths

"In Illinois reported 2600 new coronavirus cases yesterday. 25 more deaths With more on this story. Here's WGN's James Sears. The state seven day positivity rate rose to 3% from a low of 2.1% about two weeks ago. And that gradual rise in new cases has Governor Pritzker rethinking his plan to loosen more business restrictions this week in a bridge face to a full reopening some good news more than 136,000 vaccine doses were administered Friday, the second highest ever as more than two million ill annoyance are now fully vaccinated from the virus. That's almost 16% of the population. Game

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Sentinel's Sinatraa Accused of Sexual Abuse by Ex-Girlfriend

Esports Minute

02:41 min | 3 months ago

Sentinel's Sinatraa Accused of Sexual Abuse by Ex-Girlfriend

"What a sad day in Esports, once again after being able to celebrate the women in Esports on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday have been a stark reminder of how far we still need to be go. First off before I get into this episode a trigger warning. This minute is going to contain details that include sexual abuse gaslighting harassment and rape on my dreams and the Esports minute from a sports network. So you've seen the allegation by now. I can imagine J one better known as Sinatra has been accused of sexual abuse with plenty of proof by Cleo his ex-girlfriend Thora is the former MVP of the OverWatch league has been playing ballarin for the central since retiring from the uw-l. The allegations are long and I'll link down below they are difficult to read but it is extremely important to do so in the Google Doc Cleo details how Sinatra coerced her into sex made her feel guilty for not wanting to have sex and progress past the point where she was saying no to confirm You having sex with her that's rape. We should call it what it is. There's audio of them having sex where you can hear that situation play out. Clearly. The write-up is nine pages long including screenshots of many different conversations. I want to read a section at the end that I think is especially important quote if this isn't proof enough, I'm not sure anything will ever be to get you to understand the hurt those done to me by this man. It's not his word against mine. It's his word against multiple points of proof and an audio of his voice not allowing me to say no to having sex and quote. She's right and while many people have spoken out about how horrible this is other voices have chosen once again to ignore a victim. The fron is one of the high-profile ones eating out quote e girls can be scary as a twitch streamer. They will try to debate or photoshop evidence to fuck you. I'm not saying she is one, but she could be and quote I really Dubose. Giving his horrible message a platform but I think it's important as it reconfirms what Cleo said at the end of her message. She knew some people wouldn't believe her even with the evidence. I hope a community we see these types of people for who they are and shut them off as this won't be the last time this happens victims shouldn't need nine-page Google Docs detailing their trauma complete with audio recordings and screenshots of multiple conversations for people to believe them. And when that happens that people's first reaction is somehow to blame Photoshop just shows how damning it is and how far people will go to not believe someone in this

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2 people injured in South Side shooting in Chicago

The Sinatra Hours

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

2 people injured in South Side shooting in Chicago

"People are injured in after a far South side shooting today more from WGN's Gabe Salgado. Chicago police say two people were shot in the home on the 10 100 block of South Winston Avenue in the Longwood Manor neighborhood around 10 40 Saturday night 29 year old man was taken to the hospital after being shot in the chest. Abdomen, hip and lower back, while 31 year old woman suffered four gunshot wounds to her back. Both were transported to Christ Medical Center in fair condition. Police say the shots were fired after a fight broke out of the residents. It's unknown if the victims were the

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Japanese billionaire seeks 8 people for free trip to the moon

DeaconLive

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Japanese billionaire seeks 8 people for free trip to the moon

"Moussaoui is looking for applications from around the world to take a seat and fly with him all the way to the moon. I know just like the frank sinatra song. He is a japanese billionaire. He's offering up a lunar trip to eight would be astronauts in real life. He's already paid for the seats and he wants to fly you him and eight of quote unquote friends to the moon.

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Chicagoans Prepare for Subzero Wind Chills

The Sinatra Hours

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Chicagoans Prepare for Subzero Wind Chills

"Away until advisory is in effect until noon. When the wind chills of minus 25 2 minus 15. It'll be a bitter cold Sunday here in Chicago morning Sun gives way to cloudy skies high of only eight above zero with wind chills improving to Ron zero by sunset. For tonight Cloudy skies Warm Ain't cold with a dusting of snow or flurries overnight low of zero for the mile cloudy snow Developing in the afternoon high of 17 for tomorrow night's no tapers and ends. Total accumulation of 1 to 2 inches of love. Eight above or Tuesday. Mostly sunny, continued cold high 16 Wednesday and Thursday Mostly cloudy with highs right around

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Chicago boy arrested after Near West Side carjacking

The Sinatra Hours

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Chicago boy arrested after Near West Side carjacking

"Police have arrested a boy linked to a car jacking yesterday on the near West side. Here's WGN's James Sears with the tails. Police in a helicopter saw the boy and three other people getting out of a soul in black. Audie Q five in the 7500 block of South Vernon Avenue, at about 11 30 last night. Ah, 33 old woman was pulled from that vehicle yesterday afternoon near the 100 block of South Oakley. She was kicked and punched you for the three men got into the vehicle and took off. Police are still looking for the three other people seen leaving that stolen Audie

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11 miners rescued in China after being trapped for 2 weeks

The Sinatra Hours

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

11 miners rescued in China after being trapped for 2 weeks

"Rescuers in northern China have brought 11 workers to safety Two weeks after being trapped by an explosion in a gold mine. State media showed workers being hauled up in baskets on Sunday afternoon. One worker was reported to have died from a head wound following the explosion that went through the mind. January

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Where in the World is the Overwatch League Headed in 2021?

Esports Minute

04:19 min | 5 months ago

Where in the World is the Overwatch League Headed in 2021?

"Opportunities across digital media podcasting and video programs. Please reach out to e-sports and Eric Segal marked in using the email off of the show. Hey, the sooner we're going to sponsor the sooner. I want to lead every single episode with that read. So hit up Mark, please today. We're talking the OverWatch the end of all these Sports o w l had the hardest thing twenty already entering the year of plenty of questions. The year saw reigning MVP Sinatra jumped to Valour in the Vancouver Titans, the defending runner-ups dropped their entire roster do to covet and owners to report may ask for bargains on their massive by ends. Yeah. It wasn't good 20 21 might be better but the League's questions surrounding it only got larger this week blizzard announced the 2021 Ram. Schedule even though the Call of Duty League the o w l sister league in many rights is starting in mid-February the o w l won't kick off until April in that time three Western teams the New York Excelsior the Philadelphia Fusion and the LA Valiant all announced they'll be moving operations to Asia for the season due to covet thy that brings the division of to a split of 12 teams in the west and 8 in the East and speaking of the LA Valiant report from Aaron Halo speak in o w l Insider find that the LA Valiant have actually been sold to a company or owner in China. His report said that that new owner was a fully Chinese roster leading team will release of the entire team and coaching staff. The LA Valiant have denied that report for now. We don't know the truth, but Halo is broken plenty of stories in the past. Even if he shoots from the hip a little bit when it comes to some reports in many cases the massive binds that owners paid to get in the league are forcing them to cut costs on player salaries that's creating a really weird ecosystem or contracts are going down as Activision Blizzard game. Of an insane amount of cash the Paris a turtle are one such example as an expansion team Following season 1 the estimated price of the spot. They bought was absolutely more than twenty million volts SPN estimating that those parts are going between Thirty and sixty million each with Paris being a main International Hub. There's was probably on the upper end of that estimate range if ESPN's correct there back in November, the org released its entire roster. It's not like the Eternal were bad or anything last season. They finished first in the North Division and fourth overall. They did have a poor showing in the play-offs but this is clearly a cost-cutting measure from the management team in Paris quite similar to what happened with the Vancouver Titans during the season. So where does the league go from here the viewership breakdown points in a clear direction to me. The 2020 season had pretty bad viewership Esports chart said the average was about 46,000 viewers a decline of 60% from last season now part of that might be the move from twitch over. YouTube but still a 60% decline doesn't just happen out of nowhere The crucial thing about e-sports towards data though is that it doesn't include Chinese you worship and that's where things get a little bit interesting facts into the Nielsen am a data which does implement Chinese viewership d o w l finals the only event we have am a data for was watched by 1.55 million people. That's a 38% increase over the 2019 finals. So hey, that sounds like pretty good news. It's not League of Legends numbers, but it's still pretty good. If you can bind that little bit of knowledge with the three Western teams competing out of Asia and the one already reportedly having been sold to a Chinese owner and we see a potential exit strategy emerging or owners unhappy with their o w l investment prior to the season. The breakdown was fifteen Western teams and 5 Eastern teams that becomes 6 if the Valiant sale holds and then there are already those two are or there's already competing over there for twenty Twenty-One. Although neither am boxer Comcast have indicated. They have any plan to sell their mostly just moving over to Asia because it's a little bit easier. Logistically, I believe but going on as more owners are unhappy and more Chinese owners are actually willing to pay for these teams. I think we could see those scales tipped towards an equal split between divisions. If not favoring China eventually. There's certainly no shortage of cash for Esports in China these days. If you look at the type of Investments, they're

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Man photographed carrying Pelosi's lectern in Washington DC has been arrested

The Sinatra Hours

00:23 sec | 5 months ago

Man photographed carrying Pelosi's lectern in Washington DC has been arrested

"Police have charged Mork Capital Rioters as more details of the last week's insurrection emerge. A man who wore a horned fur hat when he allegedly joined a mob of President Trump's supporters and storming the Capitol is among the latest people charged in Wednesday's writing also arrested a Florida man allegedly photographed grinning as he carried away. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is lectern.

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Episode 48: Merry Christmas Trivia Extravaganza - burst 02

F That Noise

01:42 min | 6 months ago

Episode 48: Merry Christmas Trivia Extravaganza - burst 02

"Now. This one i think will get so. I think this might be slammed up Which after was first offered the role of john maclean die hard day. Clint eastwood be frank sinatra. See ryan o'neal or diesel buster stallone Good one is a really good one. I don't think it's stallone. Think ryan o'neal but It's a notch was asked to be in a movie like die hard when it was That was the book that was based off. Die hard to sign. Kinda wanna go with frank sinatra on this one. But i'm not one hundred percent sure but go ahead jamie but if you get it wrong then i i'm going to say i wanted stallone. Go ahead you take the guests all right. All i'm going to save frank sinatra final answer. You are correct sir. Twenty years earlier and had first writes in whatever they've but he was seventy three and luckily that would have been so. The princeton played john maclean. He plead he played. I believe that was the character name but it was the same author. It was kind of like a jack ryan type thing where he played the character from the book twenty years prior and then he he wanted the guy to write a sequel to that movie and the guy wrote what became die hard and but it was too late. Took way too long interest mattress to fucking

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Illinois' Advocate Condell Medical Center resumes COVID-19 vaccinations after investigating 'reactions'

The Sinatra Hours

00:21 sec | 6 months ago

Illinois' Advocate Condell Medical Center resumes COVID-19 vaccinations after investigating 'reactions'

"Condo Medical center in Libertyville will be resuming covert vaccinations today, hospital officials had stopped them temporarily because they were concerned the hospital had received a bad batch of the vaccine out of the 6000 vaccinations across the medical group in Illinois and Wisconsin for workers at advocate Condie L. Experienced reactions.

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"sinatra" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"sinatra" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The natural only song, one True song about New York but sung to about Chicago. The natural claim that he performed in Chicago more than any other city, Even Vegas. It was where he made a name for himself as a performer. First working the room is an opening act at the Sherman House hotel and then finding fame when he took up with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. At the Palmer House. Between performances he spent hours tucked in the local clubs. Even his love affairs reflected his love of the city. When Sinatra married Barbara Blakely. His wedding reception was that the Italian village Chicago's very own. John Vincent is a local legendary performer. Best known being a resident national anthem singer for the Chicago Cubs, He regularly entertains his audience with his covers of the great Frank Sinatra. John shares why Chicago was Sinatra's kind of town. I was talking to Mr Tom Greece and who opened up for Sinatra for 13 years and was his pallbearer and his best friend for that period of time. And then he said, Johnny, You know, he was actually like a father to me towards the end. With such great advice in this time and Palm Springs with him, he said. You know, Johnny Sin actually had one song about New York, New York, but he had to about Chicago and he really loved coming here. He would stay at the ambassador East every time he came here. Obviously he has a booth named after him at the pump room. Another place. I don't know if you know twin anchors where Frank's an actual love to get their ribs, and there is a Frank Sinatra booth there. But there's so many places that you go around the city and you see pictures of him when he came to these restaurants and everything, and when he would perform in the Midwest, he would actually fly back if he was in Milwaukee or wherever he would fly back to Chicago to spend the night at the ambassador East. And like, he said, Chicago was my kind.

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"sinatra" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:28 min | 7 months ago

"sinatra" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome back to the Sinatra hours celebrates the duets. I'm Dave player. Frank's longtime manager and a close friend of mine, Tony Open, Asano. Here's a story about Frank singing the songs he adored with the people He loved being Frank actually enjoy doing duets with other artists, especially if it were people that he that he respected and had a relationship with, um A lot of that intellects that he did early on those were he didn't really do that too many that were recorded on vinyl. Um, you know if he did stuff, obviously when he was with Dorsey with the pipe Piper's, which I wouldn't exactly call to let's And that will be used on the contract. Columbia Mitch Miller came up with the sham brained idea of them doing this reporting that he used to display piece The despised with Dagmar called Mama will bark. Um, And then, when he went on to record a capital, he actually went in the studio with someone he really admired and had a great personal relationship with his well was killing Smith. And he did, um, how you fixed for love. With her in the studio and another really great tune called so unloved, um, in the sixties. He recorded a duet with Sam with Sammy Davids, Me and my shadow, where they talked about chillies and all of that stuff, and obviously the stuff that he did with Nancy Jr. Something stupid, but most of the two x that he did. We're not recorded in a studio for audio. It was mostly television shows alone man and his music shows. You know how he would do it with Diane Carroll when he collected with Ella and Antonio Carlos Jobim one shuffle, he actually sang with the fifth dimension, which he actually got a kick out of And the TV specials that he did you know, with Dina. He did a whole medley of tribute to manage sex would be admired a big guy on his life, and he did some stuff with with Elvis when he came out of the Army. Elvis's returns. The television was on Frank Show. He did a couple of specials with being He did some stuff with Judy. And obviously did a ton of stuff with Dean. So on the whole idea of doing a duet album, which to my recollection had never done been done before an entire album. It really intrigued him and some of the most part that bite actually came out of Frank's head. Um, he read Philip Port all the time always stayed on top of what was going on in the business right up to the very minute And so when he would see a lot of these younger artists go on late night talk shows and do interviews and they would ask You know who their influences were? And invariably, eight out of 10 of them would say, Well, you know, early on Sinatra and this is my favorite Sinatra song and blow a cloud Then he thought, you know, wouldn't it be nice? Uh, I'm getting up there in years. I don't know how many recordings I have left. Wouldn't it be nice to maybe I could, um, have those people For still maybe something that they always hoped to be able to do. But when the studio and record a duet with a guy who it's an influence in their career Yes, There were the duets albums in the 19 nineties, but his string of successful duets started decades earlier. Dubbed the first Lady of song elephants. Gerald was the most popular female jazz singer for more than half a century. In her lifetime. She won 13 Grammy awards and sold over 40 million albums. 19 seventies. LS spent the legendary two weeks performing in New York with Frank Sinatra and Count Basie. It was a mutual admiration between the two, but the honor was all Franks. Here is Frank and l. On stage with Lady is a tramp eyes winding down and Wilkens stew and never wished for turkey as I hit the NYPD and drifted from Maine to Albuquerque. Less. I'm Mr Bowles Watch for and what is twice since.

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"sinatra" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:01 min | 9 months ago

"sinatra" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"When he passed the age of eighty two. Frank will always be the subject of controversy. You know obviously the things about the mob or ever present his behavior was kind of all over the place. His marriage is is love everything was just it's like you said there's so much there and he was very complex person a lot of people close to him said that he was very sad when he wasn't performing. His wife Barbara when he was alone, it was the hardest time for him. He needed people he was just a people person and I always like to interject last. So if you guys ever visit his grave a, he is buried at the Desert Memorial Park, which is in Cathedral City in California and he is marked with a single plaque with his name the dates in engraved on the tablet is the best is yet to go you'll let's funny is up but I mean I was aware of frank growing up one of the places that are are really started to understand who he was oddly was from Sill Hartman's very over the top portrayal of Hamel. Saturday night live. Did. If you think about it, Joe Piscopo would actually done a Sinatra impression earlier in S. and L.'s run, but it was much more. About him singing and it actually sounded a bit like frank, I think he actually did a tour if I remember correctly or or multiple ones but you know Hartman kind of bowl down the essence of his of his gruff demeanor and is maybe dismissive. Individuals and things into some of the funniest stalls always kinda wondered like if frank ever saw that what he thought us. Will again based on his you know we talked earlier I think he'd either love it need be hugging harmon or he'd give them. You know the business, right? I'm sure that they had a couple of words to each other when he over the parolees. Well one thing you can't debate about Frank Sinatra is his prolific recording career. As we just pointed out, he was part of our generation, our parents generation and their parents generation. He had more than fourteen hundred recordings that he made over fifty years as a performer. It is considered by many critics to be the single most important body of work of any American vocal artists, Negga? Fi-. frank was the original incident pop icon his record sales topped over a hundred fifty million worldwide. At the time of his death it is estimated that Frank Sinatra had a net worse as high as six, hundred, million dollars while. He influenced artists all over the world at all different genres including Josh Grogan Robin Williams Billy Joel. Alicia keys and usher have all cited Sinatra. And I'm sure there's more many of you fans family guy. McFarland was a huge Fan Frank Sinatra actually. So going so far as to befriending his son for junior up frank junior and having him be a voice on the show as his father I believe. And Yeah I mean, yeah, he he's. So full disclosure me and will used to go to this Bar Star does and being Hollywood there's a lot of celebrities it will come in and Seth Macfarlane did come in and I think you remember that he because you gave out my phone number so everyone could listen to the. Message. Yes. And he would come in and he would do Frank Sinatra songs. Well, you're doing well so McFarland Frank Sinatra. Almost. As good as Frank Sinatra, it was really impressive. And again, he is credited with creating the concept album the nineteen forty-six the voice of Frank Sinatra is largely regarded as one of the original concept albums which you can set the stage for influence decades artists to calm. He was connected virtually. Any celebrity. You can think, of Tony Bennett Marilyn Monroe presidents including Reagan Kennedy and Burt Reynolds, and he really sort of. Considered a man of the people I'm GonNa sure warn Frank Story that actually came out of our reynolds biography because Burt Reynolds talked about being in a restaurant in Los Angeles where they would play cards in the back and Franklin play Boettger. In one night, a busboy came back and tripped carrying a small tray of glasses. Few broke the manager of the restaurant came running out screaming at this kid just shoot them out and frank just kind of keeps it here open he puts his cards down and stands up he walks right up to the manager and says, how much glasses worse in 'cause Oh, they're worth you know X. amount each so frank thanks for a second. And he goes. So how much is that stack over their worth in points to a stack a glasses on the side he said Oh you know it's whatever amount. So frank turns for the busboy. Go Smash every single one of those losses. And everyone kind of stops for a moment. And and frank kind of puts his arm and shoulder and says, it's okay kid go break the glasses and while the best way walks over there and sheepishly starts like pushing the rack over frank pulls out a wad of bills and to start peeling off counting the amount of glasses at that point, he shows the money in the restaurant managers phase and says, if I find out, you fired this kid I will never come back here again. Also yes. Oh Man I wish. I. Wish I could be that debt. Hey Sinatra often went to bat for the Little Guy. You know their stories about him taking care. I mean he was GonNa I. If you waited on Frank Sinatra knee light you you'd get hundreds of tips I mean easily. Yeah. So. also, we mention Frank's first wife, Nancy Barbados trump she actually lived onto the age of one hundred and one or PASSING IN TWO THOUSAND EIGHTEEN Wow. Hell was the Libya to handle in when she she just has. Yeah like one of four may have been. Yeah. Yeah. But one on one not that one one is terrific. 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"sinatra" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:11 min | 9 months ago

"sinatra" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"That is such a great song. I love it. It's Really, I was first introduced to the song you know probably much younger but my. Actual. Memory of being introduced to the song was my best friend's wedding. Wasn't this version specifically. They never actually played. But the the band plays it and they play like an interlude in film I. Don't think they actually have the vocals or anywhere in the movie until the wedding scene. Ruben I could be wrong well, as I said earlier, this has been done and well by many artists frank was not the I certainly won't be the last just his version and so just I think it, it embodies everything that's on is and he hits the nail right on the head. When Alex the late sixties nineteen, sixty, six, where Sinatra Assan, to marry again this time at age fifty, he married at twenty one year old actress named Mia Farrow. In fact, at the wedding, his good friend Dean Martin Fulton aside and said Frank I got scotch older than this kid. Comedy to last. So this union predictably did not test you know pass the test of time. Frank, wanted me to quit acting and just stay home and MIA did not want to do that because she was actually wising to prominence as an actress, a nineteen, sixty eight. The starring role in Rosemary's baby for most notable omission probably actually one of my favorite horror films of all time. I really love the horror epic films like the shining and Rosemary's baby things and she tastic in but you could actually see the change in her physicality because can I can I say as far will let me get to Capitol Hill say that their marriage did not was very rocky from. The Start and Rosemary's baby was kind of the breaking point because again, frank never wanted her to do the movie to begin with. So she goes does the film and it kept getting extended and extended running over schedule. So it just got to you know boiling point and then ultimately happened they'll be well I mean what's interesting is a Rosemary's baby just a little back on the film was considered a curse film. it was going to the Dakota which we all know was where while the exteriors were filmed at the Dakota, which is where John Lennon was assassinated but he served her divorce papers on set. Frank apparently made multiple appearances onset including one to issue her papers finalizing the divorce. Yeah, and of course, you know it was directed by Roman Polanski who the next year would suffer a great loss in his life. He was mired in his own controversy which we've talked about. In our Brian Wilson episodes. So their marriage didn't even last two years. It was closed out in sixty eight with the final presentation of said, divorce papers and frank did what he did. He just went back to work. You know he had chart-topping successes throughout the late sixties including strangers in the night perhaps his most notable. Bats life in nineteen, sixty, seven in the ultimate Sinatra anthem in nineteen, sixty nine, which was my way as a decade went on though his output was hindered. This one of the reasons was because people as you point out Tj were into rock, and now we were getting into sort of counterculture sixties, movement, AK, the woodstock generation in they really weren't subscribing to Sinatra stock market. Another thing that was happening was his voice starting to get worn out yet again. Due. To as one reporter, put it chronic years of abuse from cigarettes and alcohol. Weird though in effect your voice. Yeah. Yeah. So I want to do the musical Cuban in a moment I'm going to table with a little bit by one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, nine, the musical Meta had changed and Sinatra was basically left on his own. He even said nobody's writing songs for me anymore. He was still cool by the Vegas Standard and was sort of the know middle-age version of what it meant to be. Cool. But now you have this up and coming hippie culture which is moving against that And again, at sixty sort of closed out Sinatra felt a bit out of place. He announced retirement in nineteen seventy one he said I'm officially retiring. That's it. I'm done. But diff- retirement only lasted two years by nineteen seventy-three. He was back in the studio in here's recording again, and he's trying to rehabilitate his voice in that time in Nineteen seventy-three Sinatra Meta woman who would become his fourth and final spouse and he actually met her through in mutual connection Barbara Marx Blakely was a former model in Las Vegas showgirl and if he can't get by last name was married to Zippo marks. and. So Naro, of course, man about the show Biz business I think he was the Kevin Bacon of his time suzy can have anybody for Frank Sinatra. So he was actually friends with both Barbara ends up and there was an understood chemistry between them but they refrained they remained friends until ultimately Barbara left Zippo to be with Frank. That was around ninety S. I know right. And? Frank was needed to say reluctant to get married but. As Barbara put in an interview later that she basically said, marry Mir on walking. So it wasn't ultimatum and they married in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six. She was forty nine at the time. Frank. Sinatra was sixties. There's hope for me Ginseng apples still I would say that there is yeah. So I do want to point out one thing before we do our musical interlude here that a notable guests that this wedding took a break from his campaigning and that was a former president Ronald Reagan. Reagan now. He showed up. which we figured out that rate you what was the the little piece of Trivia that you gave us TJ will shoot up in our day. Martin episode there were two inaugurals at which Frank Sinatra performed. We've already discussed one of them. That being. John, F Kennedy's, and then at Ronald Reagan's and what's interesting to happen is he felt so burned by the Kennedy ministration that he basically switched political affiliation started backing the Republican horse when I also figure that they're they're probably had been some association along at the years since Ronald Reagan had had previously been an actor. Yes absolutely again, they knew each other through Hollywood and when it came time to endorse that the North Reagan's a candidate frank was happy to. Because again, he felt so jaded by what happened with him, the Kennedys. So I think it's a good time to interject another song here that sums up everything frank has gone through up until this point, the ups, the downs, the changes. As he says in the song, you know ride high in. April. Shot down in May, and that is from his nineteen sixty seven classic. 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"sinatra" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:56 min | 9 months ago

"sinatra" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Ways of limited from six inches above the glass and that's that's pretty much it. At three ice cubes couple of singers the jackal slash water. Like Dean said like Sinatra Loves Jack Daniels in his Song I love Vegas. You can also order this drink my recommendation be the way my friends, Scott doesn't he walks up to the bar and says, Jack on the rocks punch in the face. That's alternative to which he did many times in Las Vegas which is also relevant to frank. 'CAUSE WE'RE GONNA get to that. Now. Understand my perspective here I said this was a close to home episode for me because I am from the Great State of new? Jersey. And in New Jersey there are two people you have to, like they are responding. So springsteen and Frank Sinatra Not Tara. Reid you're okay if you don't like. but Bruce and frank you half the like. Even if you don't like them, you would never say that you would say it in private you would never say in public you would just not admit it. So I was lucky to grow up in a household debt embraced Frank Sinatra. My Great Uncle Charlie actually introduced me to frank because when we would visit him, he would play Sinatra Vinyl. Oh Yeah. Cute it's what I was. Convinced Twenty, four seven. That ever played by Uncle Charlie's house. So I had an early exposure to this and I have to agree. I don't think we can be as cool as Frank Sinatra. However, we can look at that picture and say, okay, how do you become that? Cool So how do you get to that point and that's what I'm GonNa look at today. We're going to dive into the life of the man we know as the voice old blue is the chairman of the board and of course, hoboken's native son. Francis? Albert Sinatra. He was born thirty nine years after what I'm about to tell you usually don't do a rewind here, but I think it's important to understand frank. His upbringing on the context of that. So we're going to rewind eighteen, seventy six. For Mel a veil in. Contracts that we know so well. Yes. Oh. Wow. So yeah yesterday mirror song it. Yeah. WE'VE MAGDA REVERSE is over. was actually do not able to cover on this podcast. Yes. So from eighteen seventy, six to eighteen, ninety, four more than seven point six, million Italian immigrants made their way to the US. Newt is now here's crazy. From Eighteen, ninety, one to nineteen, fifteen, the Italians were the largest group to immigrate to the United States. The other two were actually Ireland and Germany but Italy was number one with a bullet and this actually led to a burst in the italian-born populations specifically in New Jersey. In fact, this number from nineteen hundred to Nineteen Tan. Rose to seventy three thousand. American born Italians in New Jersey alone. I'll and. This is, of course, the area that Sinatra grew up in, you know places like Owning City Jersey City North Bergen hoboken were densely populated and sort of separated, and you had these Italian neighborhood springing up from these are numbers of immigrants that were coming over by nineteen twenty four. The Italian population was solidified is the largest foreign born group in the entire state while yes. And it was this wool that came over from Italy that included a large percentage of unskilled laborers. In fact, at of those came from southern. Italy. Sicily. The lower end of the country over eighty percent of them were entirely unskilled and half of them were completely illiterate which means they didn't speak English but they also couldn't even write Italian. Awhile you these were people that were pretty hard precedent got the state just to grab whatever they could and part of this group was, of course, Francesco and rose semestral. Who emigrated from the province of Palermo in Nineteen Oh three and brought their family which included five children one of which was Anthony Martin Semester. See You may be sitting here. Going will want early you telling me about these semester. Reason is the name upon arrival to the US was changed to Sinatra. So the interesting part about this is no one really knows why this happen one theory is that it was a movement at Ellis Island because even in some cases. A chain name change on the spot where even changed in error by the clerk and it just kind of kept. But it's important to note that the semestral name. was that of Frank Father Anthony Martin? Now there's another more. Shall we say insidious reason for that and if we go over to the province of Palermo, we look at a small village called Macara, afraid which was a birthplace of one known as Salvador Lucciano. But I think you. Know him better by Moniker lucky I believe L.. D. is one of your favorites. Figures in organized crime now yes. So lucky was born in the same village as the semester family. Luciano's lived on the same street as the semester, a family and they both left Italy for the US in Nineteen Oh free. Okay. Can I just point out like through all of this like mom stuff that. Our cat lefty who we are convinced is the reincarnation of a mob boss who never comes in here when we're recording is now sitting with rapt attention, you looks like the Godfather Right now. Yeah. I feel like I should be in his lap and he's telling me. And I bring this up to sort of address the elephant in the room I don't think you can mention Frank Sinatra without mentioning. The. America. And you know for me unhealthy knows this one of my passions is studying the history of the Mafia. And learning about this. So to me, it was very fascinating when I saw that they came over in the same year from the same village. As we go forward, there's a lot of supporting theories that lead to the idea that lucky would Yana was sort of an ever present spectre in France life in career they as. They provided excellent sanitation services I. Don't know what About them as a thing that would intrigue you. Well, there's much to be intrigued about In fact, one of Sinatra's contemporaries a singer by the name of Al Martino. Many people know him best as role as Johnny Fontaine in the Godfather. Now. In, an interview with entertainment Martinez said something to the effect of paraphrase here that interaction with figures in the mob was unavoidable. We were singers we worked in nightclubs, bars, casinos. We got contracts with record labels who owned all of those entities Makia was the Mafia. Yeah. The mob and so frank actually corroborates later in life he doesn't intervene. He says a lot of guys were around that had come out of the prohibition era and ran pretty good saloons I worked in places that were open they said, don't know they paid. They came backstage. They said, hello, they offered you a drink if saint. Francis of Assisi was a singer and work in saloons. He would've met the same guys at doesn't make him in anything now this came doug inference an opera. So please them as we go forward I'm not claiming anything a lot of this has been refuted by not only Sinatra parties on both sides their biographies have conflicting views on this. So all I'm telling you what I uncovered in my research. So let's get back to any that name semester. Oh, that's just I mean Basically, sinister just rearranged a little bit I like. Yeah. Nests through like a one of those conjurers that you they like the turban and the the long fingernails, future and the crystal balls come with the.

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"sinatra" Discussed on Turned Up

Turned Up

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"sinatra" Discussed on Turned Up

"Grab dictionaries. Lush Encyclopedia set and learn. Learn how to speak and I'll be back the the RATPAC. They're just hanging out so much they call them mascots so something that I think if you know anything thing about some of the conspiracy surrounding Frank Sinatra. You might have heard that he had ties to the mob Wa and before we get to that I want to. I just want to say this so I read a couple of different conflicting reports. The first one I read said sixteen hundred the second second one I read was very specific. Said two thousand. Four hundred and six that is pages in an F. B. I.. File Oh man on Frank Sinatra so the FBI opened up a case early on in his career and kept a very close watch on him over the years. Of course this was started by the the head of the FBI at the time J.. Edgar Hoover never heard of him very very famous How did the FBI so there when when Robert was saying earlier we're about allegedly like there is a lot of allegedly and when you peruse through his FBI file which? I did not but I know you did. Everything in it is allegedly and as a result of that specifically there was never any kind of conviction based on any of the FBI's Research into his life but these guys is followed him around and new things about Frank Sinatra that you would hope in two thousand twenty the government does not know about anyone And you and I actually had a little bit of a A disagreement I guess based on our research right as to why the FBI even opened a file to begin with why why did the FBI. I take notice Frank Sinatra and neither one of us were there so we can't prove it we only have like what we were alive at the time. So it wasn't there.

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"sinatra" Discussed on Turned Up

Turned Up

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"sinatra" Discussed on Turned Up

"Old Blue Eyes Sultan of swoon. The Voice Frank Sinatra Yeah Francis I don't even remember his name is Francis Man Banned from the White House He was definitely banned from White House. Had An F. B. I.. File that went on for years and years ties to the mob Ties to presidents and presidents wives and sisters and Maybe even jailed for Something that nowadays is half the population in jail. I'm fairly certain over all this and more On this episode of turned up Sex Drugs and ruining your. That's a good way to put it If you're definitely around anybody who might be sensitive subjects I E little ones or old ones or any Middle East ones put earmuffs on them and put them in a room with Dora. The explorer no matter what their age and by the way Dora in explorer don't rhyme who is an upward meeting but Dora Explorer. Apparently they talk like this indie explorer. Maybe Frank Sinatra did on this episode of Picnics. Listening to the PODCAST. Let's get this show on the road. It's twenty twenty one at one. We can make a whole bunch of jokes about it being twenty twenty in like we're seeing twenty twenty now but let's not do that That would be you know. I was really frustrated. I had to pick up a new Planner for the.

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"sinatra" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"sinatra" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Picture is seen for me it's nineteen thirty five at a theater in jersey city bing crosby steps off the stage to rapturous applause in the crowd that's filtering out of the auditorium there's very young couple he's thin and handsome piercing blue eyes she's got dark hair and dark eyes and she's wearing address she'd made herself as the pair of them make their way back home the boy turns to the girl and says someday that's gonna be me up there the boy's name is frank sinatra and the girl is his soon to be wife nancy nancy sinatra senior passed away this past friday aged one hundred and one she was right there at frank side when he made good on his promise and went from working as a singing waiter making twenty five bucks a week to being the most famous entertainer in the world maybe that's sounds like a dream come true for a young couple the reality was a little more complicated just ask their daughter tina sinatra when tom power spoke to tina a couple of months back she'd been thinking a lot about her mom and dad because she just put together a compilation of franks music tina sinatra is gonna tell you what it was really like to grow up in the sinatra household but first off she wanted to share her dad's favorite thing about toronto i made a movie for cbs warner brothers in ninety four i think and it was actually the last film performance that would give an unfortunately was too expensive to clear the music in perpetuity so it ran once or twice on network and got buried wow what was the name of the movie it was called young at heart actually so did you did you and your dad come to tronto for them i was there and he flew up and we we flew him up and out in about six hours hours with has he put it some of the best talion delicatessen food he'd ever had which was cool for toronto go toronto go toronto so tell me about this album i when i think about frank sinatra to me it's it is the pit ame of grownup music you know what i mean like it's music for getting dressed up going out.

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"sinatra" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"sinatra" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Subscribe picture is seen for me it's nineteen thirty five at a theater in jersey city bing crosby steps off the stage to rapturous applause in the crowd that's filtering out of the auditorium there's very young couple he's thin and handsome piercing blue eyes she's got dark hair and dark eyes and she's wearing a dress she'd made herself as the pair of them make their way back home the boy turns to the girl and says someday that's going to be me up there boy's name is frank sinatra and the girl is soon to be wife nancy nancy sinatra senior passed away this past friday aged one hundred one she was right there at frank side when he made good on his promise and went from working as a singing waiter making twenty five bucks a week to being the most famous entertainer in the world maybe that sounds like a dream come true for a young couple the reality was a little more complicated just ask their daughter tina sinatra when tom power spoke to tina a couple of months back she'd been thinking a lot about her mom and dad because she just put together a compilation of francs music tina sinatra's gonna tell you what it was really like to grow up in the sinatra household but first off she wanted to share her dad's favorite thing about toronto i made a movie for cbs warner brothers in ninety four i think and it was actually the last film performance that would give an unfortunately was too expensive to clear the music in perpetuity so it ran once or twice on network and got buried wow what was the name of the movie it was called young at heart actually so did you did you and your dad come to toronto for them i was there and he flew up and we we flew him up and out in about six hours with as he put it some of the best italian delicatessen food he'd ever had which was cool for toronto go toronto go toronto so tell me about this album when i think about frank sinatra to me it's it is the pitta me of grownup music you know what i mean like it's music for getting dressed up going out.

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"sinatra" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sinatra" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"So what we talked about the ghostbusters movie we talked about ideas in the eighties of kind of slacker pre slacker men who were trying to kind of rebel a little bit against society and the expectations of a very sort of strict postwar society in order to demonstrate their worth and their capability and feel validated in actualize in a world that didn't really afford men much freedom prior to this because of the regimented militaristic history of the mid twentieth century that you this was a generation that that is opposed to be at phnom movie where nobody is going to war right and as such the ghostbusters can be goofy they can be kind of capitalist they can be kind of hustler's and as such the they can then demonstrate a kind of renewal and freeing of the of the sort of status quote now what this is sort of an imitation too i think is frank sinatra this all centers around and frank sinatra for like this whole thing is like is this the frank sinatra cinematic universe that we're talking about friends and this is all like frank sinatra is the sort of man stanley kind of or character of all of these oceans movies because the first oceans movie is a frank sinatra movie and of course it's not very good necessarily right it's not like super great frank sinatra will be but the idea is that at the time there was a kind of you can think of it as a fire of the gods and it's the sort of the ability to sing amazingly these sort of excellence as an entertainer the notion that being an excellent entertainer could usher you into a success in society that would overcome your other sorts of social disadvantages frank sinatra italianborn dirt poor right you sammy davis junior right you know all sorts of the guys in the rat pack are generally not like guys come in from any sort of fancy schmancy background dean martin know racial stereotype.

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"sinatra" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"sinatra" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"You light on and i said what is it feel like knowing you're going to be remembered forever and ever he said well you know who knows i will be it's going to depend on what i said you know if if you grow up hearing me in a home you're likely to carry me with you from there so what i did was just think about songs that would be playful and and sweet and and and slumbering you know and just pay tribute to him and to salute the generation that starts right now you know a whole new generation ward one of those one of those songs you picked his is this one that spy no sir i don't mean may yes the now that is frank sinatra and yes sir that's my baby so tino why did that song end up on this record because yes you're yes sir that's my baby says baby i was looking for songs that are pertinent to babies and and gentle sweet loveliness and everything that newborns are and by the way i grew up in my adult life anyway tried to grow up before but my adult friends would always often say my kid won't go to sleep without listening to my way you know that's that's kind of the way it really has worked with dad he's in the home that's really it what was he like as a as a dad for you well obviously he was absent that didn't seem that unique to me at the time because sleepovers and dinners at friends very often i didn't see fathers around and i know they lived there but they people traveled but he was exceptionally busy and very far away a lot of the time so i grew up listening to his going to sleep to his music i'm asked did he sing lullabies to me a truth no but he did every night there's a parallel here though if you're asking you making this so that kids can fall asleep to the music of frank sinatra like you youths leap to the recordings of frank sinatra i did it's very this album is very very personal to me and it it's i i wanted to add that that was there with us every day by telephone if if not out to dinner you know the thing about growing up with an entertain.

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"sinatra" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"sinatra" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"It was called young at heart actually so did you did you and your dad come to toronto for them i was there and he flew up and we we flew him up and out in about six hours with as he put it some of the best italian delicatessen food he'd ever had which was cool for toronto go toronto go toronto so tell me about this album i when i think about frank sinatra to me it's it is the pitta me of grownup music you know what i mean like it's music for getting dressed up going out to in heaven a drink and it's it's grown up music why did you wanna make a wreck with children parents in mind big 'cause very personally i felt that dad left us you know twenty years ago this may and he's more popular than ever and that combined with he always toasting his audiences may you live to be one hundred and the last voice you hear be mine it struck me why shouldn't the first voice you hear be mine and at an ad that that he always said his legacy would be reliant upon one generation passing him to the next and he wasn't wrong so he was he was thinking about that he was thinking about how he'd be remembered well i was a conversation i had with him not not too long before he passed away and i asked what it felt like sounds morbid strange but it was in the middle of the night and we were alone and i it was dark i remember that he was we had the tv.

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"sinatra" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sinatra" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"When you think about frank sinatra you think about this sort of elder statesman looking back at all the end is so i the final curve that's my way written by canadian paul anka sunday by frank sinatra and i whenever we play that always feel like an in memoriam should start right there and we should leave a director out or something like that what i'm trying to say with all of this is that frank sinatra is a very grown up artist well a new album is asking you to look at frank sinatra's legacy a little differently baby blue eyes made a first voice you hear be mine is a compilation of frank sinatra songs specifically chose him for parents and children for families to listen to at the same time and check this out the album is curated the songs are picked by frank sinatra's daughter tina sinatra speak to tina from studio l a she told me what it was like to grow up with frank sinatra as your dad but before that check this out she wanted to tell you why her old man love toronto so much what i had to do tina sinatra what's your what happened to you in toronto not much but i made a movie for cbs warner brothers in ninety four i think and it was actually the last film performance dad would give an unfortunately was too expensive to clear the music in perpetuity so it ran once or twice on network and got buried wow what was the name of the movie.

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"sinatra" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"sinatra" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"What i had to do tina sinatra what's your what happened to you in toronto not much but i made a movie for cbs warner brothers in ninety four i think and it was actually the last film performance that would give an unfortunately was too expensive to clear the music in perpetuity so it ran once or twice on network and got buried wow what was the name of the movie it was called young at heart actually so did you did you and your dad come to toronto for them i was there and he flew up and we we flew him up and out in about six hours with as he put it some of the best talion delicatessen food he'd ever had which was cool for toronto go toronto go toronto so tell me about this album when i think about frank sinatra to me it's it is the pit ame of grownup music you know what i mean like it's music for getting dressed up going out to in heaven a drink and it's it's grown up music why did you wanna make a wreck record with children parents in mind big 'cause very personally i felt that dad left us you know twenty years ago this may and he's more popular than ever and that combined with he always toasting his audiences may you live to be a hundred and the last voice you hear be mine it struck me why shouldn't the first voice you hear be mine and at an added to that that he always said his legacy would be reliant upon one generation passing him to the next and he wasn't wrong so he was he was thinking about that he was thinking about how he'd be remembered well i was a conversation i had with him not not too long before he passed away and i asked what it felt like sounds morbid strange but it was in the middle of the night and we were alone and i it was dark i remember that he was we had the tv.

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"sinatra" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

$hit Could Be Worse

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"sinatra" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

"In this generation that's why you want nuclear nuclear war yeah because they don't have a frank sinatra's heaslip to quit learning okay there's a couple of people okay okay freddie mercury okay frank sinatra no yeah let me think justin timberlake that's that's fucking all right that's you should know are you should be shot i mean come on come on kitty come on you're on my side right like if you don't know who those people are like you're a piece of shit i don't know if i've ever heard kenny jam some frank sinatra's so i don't know i mean i really don't are you like a is that like your jam like would you fuck with some sinatra fuck with sinatra sinatra makes scenarios better i'm not doing that i feel like now like kids heard frank sinatra they they hear it like oh this is the music from that game fallout thank you when i was in college there was kids you know my college until you're there's kids in there who like didn't know who like that are like my age where this music was very like everyone listened to it and you knew what it was yeah people didn't know who like blink one eighty two and some forty one were why it i swear to god forty one and if you don't like that saying i don't fuck who they are yeah 'cause like the teachers i thought something about some forty one and they're like people who who's that that's embarrassing literally the teachers walked out of the classroom he's fucked this.

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