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  1. Vor 1 Tag · Francis Albert Sinatra ( / sɪˈnɑːtrə /; December 12, 1915 – May 14, 1998) was an American singer and actor. Nicknamed the "Chairman of the Board" and later called Ole 'Blue Eyes, Sinatra was one of the most popular entertainers of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. He is among the world's best-selling music artists with an estimated 150 million ...

  2. 26.09.2022 · Sinatra became infatuated with Gardner when he first met her, but it took her some time to come around to him. They eventually fell in love while the singer was still married to his wife Nancy ...

  3. 26.09.2022 · The prettiest sixteen-year-old and the smartest student in Sacred High Convent. Knowing her, changed his whole world. He wanted to grow up immediately and be a man for her, because he loved her. And because she never asked anything but to love him in return. Joan whispered, “I don’t have to go with my folks right away.

  4. 26.09.2022 · Abbey Road was The Beatles’ 11th studio album and the very last to be recorded (their 12th – and last-released – studio album, Let It Be, was mostly recorded prior to this record).

  5. 26.09.2022 · We are very grateful to the Sydney Jazz Club for providing the 76 th AJC with a donation of $3,000 which will help offset costs. As in the past, those who register and Purchase tickets by 31st October 2021 will receive a discount (Early Bird) as shown below. Registration Category Price to 31 st Oct Price from 1 Nov Musician Registration $45 $45

  6. Vor 16 Stunden · he transitioned to writing both music and lyrics for the theater, with his best-known works including a funny thing happened on the way to the forum (1962), company (1970), follies (1971), a little night music (1973), sweeney todd: the demon barber of fleet street (1979), merrily we roll along (1981), sunday in the park with george (1984), and …

  7. 26.09.2022 · 2022-09-26 - By Frederick N. Rasmussen James G. Prather, a retired CSX official, Coast Guard veteran and Eucharisti­c minister, died of heart failure Sept. 4 at his Homeland residence in Baltimore. He was 89. “He was a fun guy who always loved big overtures,” said A. Blair Connelly, his son-in-law.