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Frank Sinatra Royal Albert Hall 92

Frank Sinatra Royal Albert Hall 92 Stock Photo
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PA Images / Alamy Stock Photo

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G5BXEF

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6.2 MB (0.2 MB Compressed download)

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1277 x 1700 px | 21.6 x 28.8 cm | 8.5 x 11.3 inches | 150dpi

Date taken:

May 26, 1992

Location:

LONDON UK

Photographer:

ADAM BUTLER

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This image could have imperfections as it’s either historical or reportage.

14th MAY : On this day in 1998 American singer Frank Sinatra died aged 82. American singer Frank Sinatra performing on stage at the Royal Albert Hall, in London. 16/04/01: Sinatra voted the Number One voice of the century in a major new BBC radio poll. * He won emphatically from Elvis Presley in second position, Nat King Cole at number three, Ella Fitzgerald at four and Bing Crosby five. The BBC Radio 2 Voices Of The Century chart was compiled by Paul Gambaccini and producer Kevin Howlett from various data, including the votes of Radio 2 listeners and a panel of singers and music experts. *30/01/02 American singer Frank Sinatra. A tiny Scottish community radio station was today expected to claim a world exclusive when it gives the first radio play to a Frank Sinatra record which is never expected to be released. The song, an 11-minute version of Soliloquy from the musical Carousel, was recorded live on the singer's 73rd birthday at a US club in 1988.A fan living in the US, who attended the private concert where it was recorded, sent the recording to Rodney Collins who works for Isles FM in Stornoway. Radio presenter Mr Collins is set to play Sinatra's version on the station's Drivetime programme this afternoon. *22/09/02 Frank Sinatra who is the singer most likely to get people in the mood for love, according to a new poll. Ol' Blue Eyes beat legendary love god Barry White to be voted the nation's favourite artist to accompany an evening of romance. Songs such as Strangers In The Night and Somethin' Stupid have made Sinatra the ideal soundtrack for love-struck couples. Whitney Houston came second in the survey carried out by MasterCard, sponsors of the Mobo Awards.

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