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Frank Sinatra Foundation


During his lifetime, Frank Sinatra, the man and performer, raised in excess of one billion dollars for various charities worldwide. In keeping with that tradition on this 90th anniversary of his birth, we are pleased to offer a line of quality products available for purchase.

All proceeds from donations and purchases will benefit The Frank Sinatra Foundation.

Frank Sinatra Foundation Black Wristband

Frank Sinatra Foundation Orange Wristband

Frank Sinatra Foundation Hat Pin

Frank Sinatra Foundation Mic Pin

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Canela says:
Dec 12, 2005 6:04 PM
I am going in to order the bracelets...I am so glad its finally here!

June says:
Dec 12, 2005 8:11 PM

Just made my first donation.....

Luv, Junie

Domenico says:
Dec 15, 2005 3:12 PM
I ordered the pin, the hat pin, and two bracelets and make an addition donation to a worthy cause. Frank Sinatra Forever

Domenic Vitanza

Forza_Sinatra says:
Dec 23, 2005 10:42 AM
These products are what i've been waiting for. Well done Nancy,

God Bless You


Barry says:
Dec 29, 2005 8:09 AM
I won't despair Nancy.
Not will you for support I won't.
Lots of love and have a GREAT New Year.

BobbySoxer says:
Jan 3, 2006 2:30 PM
I had difficulty making a simple donation because no e-mail address was provided until some bracelets were bought.

For anyone who wants to make a donation without a purchase the address is:

I know I'll love the bracelets and if they're too big, won't they look great on my Korbel wine bottles!

neil calabrese says:
Nov 5, 2006 6:01 AM
I love my "what would frank do" bracelet, when faced with a decission i often look at the bracelet and come up with an answer, but most of all was happy to make donation in the name of a mans music i haved loved for years..Franis Albert Sinatra im with you and your music every day.......Neil Calabrese

Sinatra Tribute Monday The 12th


Happy Birthday

Frank Sinatra


Monday December 12th would have been his 90th birthday. Ken Smith pays tribute to his memory with a three hour special of nothing but Sinatra, as he experienced him from the 50's to the 80's. Frank was often referred to as "A Man And His Music".

Join Ken this Monday at 3pm Eastern/noon Pacific for a swinging affair on XM's 50's on channel 5.

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Ed Potts says:
Dec 12, 2005 2:15 AM
Nancy: Beautiful tribute and a marvelous song!Merry Christmas too, you and yours. Ed & Toosje

June says:
Dec 12, 2005 2:36 AM

Beautiful tribute!

Happy Birthday Frank!

Luv, Junie

DOUGofOHIO says:
Dec 12, 2005 5:35 AM
Good morning from The American Midwest-USA:

Rest in peace, MR. SINATRA


Jake says:
Dec 12, 2005 7:02 AM
Happy birthday, Frank!

Greetings from Italy,
Anna and Jake

Barry says:
Dec 12, 2005 8:08 AM
Hello Nancy
Thank you for the lovely song for your Dad.
So touching.
It gives me so much pride to see the flame burning beside him and the lovely words you write.
Yours forever,

Canela says:
Dec 12, 2005 12:46 PM
I miss him every day of my life!! But heart hurts!!!
Thank you Nancy for all you do for us..his fans!!!

philsands says:
Jul 27, 2006 10:37 PM
You really hurt my feelings, Nancy. Why did you ban me?

philsands says:
Jul 27, 2006 10:37 PM
You really hurt my feelings, Nancy. Why did you ban me?

Phil Sands says:
Jul 29, 2006 9:51 PM
Nancy, you are treating people like crap. You should be ashamed of yourself.


Sinatra At The Palladium


...'Ol Blue Eyes is back at the London Palladium!

This extraordinary event marries ultra-rare and never-before seen footage of Frank with a 24-piece live orchestra and a dazzling large company of dancers, plus special guests.

Find out more at the following web site dedicated to this event:

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Lourdes Correa says:
Oct 28, 2005 11:51 AM
Hi, Nancy!

Congratulations on this big work!
I loved it!
I wish I could be there in London!

steffen says:
Oct 28, 2005 12:02 PM
thanks for that concert update, this brings the show to europe. is this true, the palladium is booked 8 months in a row?

Canela says:
Oct 29, 2005 5:18 PM
This show was the best thing ..other than having him there brought it all back to us ...London will love it...wish I were there....I hope all our Forum friends there will go and enjoy.....

Char Thomas says:
Oct 30, 2005 10:16 AM
Nancy: What a wonderful pages about the show, Great shot of your Dad, hope this show is a HUGE sucess. Thanks for sharing with us.


DOUGofOHIO says:
Nov 6, 2005 8:45 AM
Good morning from The American Midwest-USA:

Interesting news, but all I can get is a grey page called:


what is that?

Sunday morning 1145hrs(EST)
November 6, 2005
Piqua, Ohio-USA-Miami County

Barry says:
Nov 10, 2005 11:49 AM
It makes a change for me to not feel envy
for all the great Sinatra meetings and happenings in America that I can't get to!.
I have booked for the show for February 24th next year.
Looking at what will be going on, it really looks terrific.
I can't wait.
Go to it anybody if you can.
Tickets are going like hot cakes and so they should.
GREAT Nancy.

glennmessinamd says:
Dec 29, 2005 3:57 PM
Hello, I was one of the fortunate who was able to see the sinatra event at radio city music hall a few years back. It was a spectacular event and memorable for my entire family. I purchased the tickets and our age spread was from seven to eighty three! If the shows are anything like the NYC show then the U.K. is in for a real treat. My question is ( and I dont know if it can be answered in this forum), after the show Radio City was selling sid avery framed signed photos. One from the swingin session LP was quite nice. Are these available any longer? If so where can one be purchased.
Thank you and a Wonderful New Year to all.

Darryl says:
Aug 26, 2006 3:54 AM
I booked a trip to London just to get to see this and I'm now back :D. I loved London, the show was fantastic :) And I was luck enough to have bought a hat earlier in the day to wear to the show :D.

I shall always remember Wednesday 16th August ;)

Stevie says:
Sep 17, 2006 6:59 AM
Hi Nancy

I consider myself very lucky because i live just outside of London so i got to see the show three times! and the last one i saw was the closing performance. I only planned on seeing it once for my 16th birthday in April but there was so much going on and everything was so fantastic i didn't know where to look. I loved seeing all of the rare film footage but also the dancers and the band were just as amazing, seeing this show has made me want to become a dancer even more! It has given me even more drive. Seeing as it only had a limited run in London i was wondering whether they were going to release the show on DVD like they have done with shows like Cats, By Jeeves etc. I have seen some of the footage of the show on and i think it would be fantastic for the people who didn't get to see the show or couldn't get enough of it to see it.
Thank you for helping to put on such a marvolous show.

Duets Are Back


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28 Duets On New Commemorative Collection Include Charles Aznavour, Anita Baker, Tony Bennett, Bono, Jimmy Buffett, Natalie Cole, Neil Diamond, Gloria Estefan, Aretha Franklin, Kenny G, Lena Horne, Chrissie Hynde, Julio Iglesias, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Gladys Knight & Stevie Wonder, Patti LaBelle, Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme, Luis Miguel, Liza Minnelli, Lorrie Morgan, Willie Nelson, Linda Ronstadt, Jon Secada, Carly Simon, Frank Sinatra, Jr., Barbra Streisand, and Luther Vandross

In Stores: November 22

Hollywood, California – October 25, 2005 -- December 12, 2005 marks the 90th anniversary of Frank Sinatra's birth. Combined, Frank Sinatra’s final studio albums, the immensely popular all-star collaborations Duets and Duets II, have sold more than four million units in the U.S. since their original 1993 and 1994 release. On November 22, Capitol/EMI Music Catalog Marketing presents Frank Sinatra - Duets and Duets II: 90th Birthday Limited Collector’s Edition, a new 2-CD commemorative package with both original Duets albums, plus a previously unreleased version of “My Way,” as sung by Willie Nelson and Sinatra.

Regarded by many as the greatest popular singer of the 20th Century, Frank Sinatra’s dynamic entertainment career spanned an unparalleled seven decades, and he became a household name around the world, also known as “Ol’ Blue Eyes” and “The Chairman of the Board.” From 1953 to 1960, Sinatra recorded more than 17 albums for Capitol Records. During Sinatra’s years with Capitol, he pioneered and perfected the idea of the “concept album” by recording and sequencing songs on his LPs to strike and complete a specific mood.

In 1956, Frank Sinatra was the first artist to record in the newly-built Capitol Studios at Hollywood & Vine in Los Angeles. In June and July 1993, Sinatra returned to his Capitol Records' Studio A home to record Duets, his first new album in more than nine years. He was joined by many of the world’s most popular contemporary recording artists for what was referred to as “The Recording Event of The Decade.” Artists including Charles Aznavour, Anita Baker, Tony Bennett, Bono, Natalie Cole, Gloria Estefan, Aretha Franklin, Kenny G, Julio Iglesias, Liza Minnelli, Carly Simon, Barbra Streisand, and Luther Vandross were paired with Sinatra for an album of standards, including many songs instantly associated with the Chairman of the Board.

Duets II, released in 1994, followed global sales of more than five million units and worldwide critical and popular acclaim for Duets. Duets II presented a musical extravaganza of the best international rock, jazz, pop, and country artists singing with Frank Sinatra. Jimmy Buffett, Neil Diamond, Lena Home, Chrissie Hynde, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Patti LaBelle, Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme, Luis Miguel, Lorrie Morgan, Willie Nelson, Linda Ronstadt, Jon Secada, Frank Sinatra, Jr., and Stevie Wonder & Gladys Knight collaborated on creative new interpretations of songs, lyrics and arrangements that had been associated with Frank Sinatra throughout his extraordinary career.

For the recording of Duets and Duets II, Sinatra and his collaborators were accompanied by a 54-piece orchestra. The albums’ Musical Director and Conductor was Patrick Williams, one of the music and film industries’ most acclaimed conductors. Both albums also feature the work of another great talent, the world-renowned artist LeRoy Neiman. The albums’ original covers display Neiman’s specially commissioned paintings of Frank Sinatra, both of which are included in Duets – 90th Birthday Edition.

From his first recording sessions in the 1930s until his death in May 1998, Frank Sinatra earned global acclaim as a recording artist and conductor, film producer, director and actor, and radio and television personality. Sinatra’s impact on American culture endures to this day, reflected not only in the new music and countless young artists he’s inspired, but also as an icon of timeless suave cool.
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Media Contact: EMI Music Catalog Marketing – Publicity:
Jennifer Ballantyne – (323) 871-5494


DISC 1: Duets

1. Luther Vandross
The Lady Is A Tramp
2. Aretha Franklin
What Now My Love
3. Barbra Streisand
I’ve Got A Crush On You
4. Julio Iglesias
Summer Wind
5. Gloria Estefan
Come Rain Or Shine
6. Tony Bennett
New York, New York
7. Natalie Cole
They Can’t Take That Away From Me
8. Charles Aznavour
You Make Me Feel So Young
9. Carly Simon
Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out To Dry! / In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning
10. Liza Minnelli
I’ve Got The World On A String
11. Anita Baker
12. Bono
I’ve Got You Under My Skin
13. Kenny G
All The Way/One For My Baby (and One More For the Road)

DISC 2: Duets II

1. Stevie Wonder/Gladys Knight
For Once In My Life
2. Linda Ronstadt
Moonlight in Vermont
3. Willie Nelson
Foggy Day In Londontown
4. Luis Miguel
Come Fly With Me
5. Antonio Carlos Jobim
Fly Me to the Moon
6. Lena Home Embraceable You
7. Neil Diamond
The House I Live In
8. Chrissie Hynde
Luck Be A Lady
9. Patti LaBelle
10. Jon Secada
The Best Is Yet To Come
11. Lorrie Morgan
How Do You Keep/Funny Valentine
12. Steve Lawrence/Eydie Gorme
Where or When
13. Frank Sinatra, Jr.
My Kind of Town
14. Jimmy Buffett
Mack the Knife
15. Willie Nelson
My Way (previously unreleased bonus track)

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MIMI says:
Oct 7, 2007 12:42 PM
I got an autographed picture with a note from Frank Senior faster than I can get an answer from you people.


Jake says:
Oct 26, 2005 1:14 AM
Great birthday present, and also quite convenient for the Christmas season! Let the Sinatra flame shine brightly! Thanks!

Lourdes Correa says:
Oct 28, 2005 12:00 PM
Hi, Nancy!
It would be my Christma's gift!
That's wonderful!

retlaw says:
Nov 11, 2005 3:42 PM
Hello Nancy!!!

retlaw says:
Nov 11, 2005 4:04 PM
Hello Nancy!!! Just curious if the "New" My Way duet vocal is taken from the 7/6/93 "Duets" Session #5. I know Mr. Sinatra did record "My Way" that night, and I believe it was previously used with Pavarotti on the "80th live" disc, and I am hoping it's that one we get to hear rather than one from decades ago. Also, I have heard there was some film shot in the studio during these sessions until the lighting proved annoying...does this footage indeed exist, and if so will it ever see the light of day? Being in my 20's, and growing up with an older Frank in the September of his Years, these albums mean a lot to me, critics be damned! "Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry" and "One For My Baby" is worth the price alone. See you at La Dolce Vita, and if you ever need a young person at Sheffield, please let me know.

Phil Sands says:
Jul 29, 2006 9:49 PM
Nancy, you are treating people like crap. You should be ashamed of yourself.


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