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Many of the influential musicians’ are related to the Jazz age, including Francis Albert, Widely known as Frank Sinatra. He was a well respected jazz singer as well as a motion picture actor.


He has recorded many songs, more than 60 films and has carried worldwide tours. Plus, Frank is also a winner of nine prestigious Grammy awards and two academy awards. (BBC News) Frank Sinatra was born in 1915 on the 12th of December in New Jersey (Stephen) and was raised as a Roman Catholic (Esquire). Sinatra’s interest in music can be well reflected back on his childhood when he casually started singing at the age of eight for collecting tips in a local nightclub, though he started singing professionally in the 1930’s (48). Sinatra was a big fan of jazz and often listened to the “Big Band” Jazz. Frank knew well how to grasp music by listening through his ears but he failed to read it (Geoffrey). He got his first big break in the year 1935 by singing in a group called the Hoboken Four. Even after this, he still continued to sing in different nightclubs. Sinatra got his first radio play from the rustic cabin club in 1939 in the New York City (World Biography). Sinatra made a demo recording of the song "Our Love" on 18th March 1939 with the band named Frank Mane. ...
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