Frank Sinatra

Davi: Would Frank Sinatra Have Been a Deplorable?

We are in a different America today. An America that is on the verge of being “fundamentally changed,” as President Obama promised. The sole obstacle for the accomplishment of this change is “a one man wrecking crew” in Donald J Trump, who, like Reagan, was hated by the left. The one difference is, as I mentioned earlier, there were those movers and shakers in Hollywood who stood up for Reagan. Today, those that might have stood up for Trump have been rendered silent for fear of repercussion.

SAN FRANCISCO - NOVEMBER 1, 1960: Singer Frank Sinatra attends a campaign event for Democratic presidential nominee John F. Kennedy on November 1, 1960, in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

Charles Manson Unleashed a Nightmare After Showbiz Crushed His Dream

The Manson Family appropriately laid roots, for much of its short existence, at the Spahn Movie Ranch, a fading, set popular in an older, black-and-white, cowboy-crazy Hollywood but used for horse rides and an occasional shoot (a Bonanza here, a softcore porn movie there) as Westerns waned in the public imagination.

Charles Manson Playing Guitar 1982

For Frank Sinatra, Jr.

When a celebrity passes, it feels a part of you has been lost. The collective consciousness we all share when it comes to the death of a public figure is compounded by that celebrity’s fame and effect on the world.

Frank Sinatra Jr. (Associated Press)

Frank Sinatra at 100: The Voice’s 11 Greatest Songs

Presented in no particular order are, in my humble opinion, Frank Sinatra’s 11 greatest songs. Although I love the Capitol-era, especially the concept albums, nothing topped pushing-50, post-Ava Gardner, Reprise-era Sinatra. My tribute to “Summer Wind” is here.   Once

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Davi to Honor Sinatra’s 100th Birthday

On Saturday, May 9, veteran actor, singer, and Breitbart contributor Robert Davi, will be playing a very special concert at the historic Avalon in Hollywood to mark the 100th birthday of America’s greatest perfomer: Frank Sinatra. Davi will be accompanied by a 30 piece orchestra as well as many special guests.

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