• Died the son of Frank Sinatra

  • The son of legendary American singer and actor Frank Sinatra died in the city of Daytona beach, Florida, on 73-m to year of life. Cause of death Frank Sinatra Jr., according to preliminary data, was cardiac arrest. Shortly before it from-for feeling sick Sinatra cancelled his concert.

    The son of legendary American singer and actor Frank Sinatra died in the city of Daytona beach, Florida, on 73-m to year of life. This was reported on Thursday, March 17, Associated Press with reference to his relatives.

    Cause of death Frank Sinatra Jr., according to preliminary data, was cardiac arrest.

    According to the information Reuters, Sinatra, Jr. was to perform in Daytona beach a few songs of his father, but the concert was cancelled at the last moment due to his poor health. Local newspaper the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that Sinatra, Jr. died in the hospital.

    Sinatra, Jr. was born in 1944 in new Jersey in a family of singer Frank Sinatra and his first wife Nancy Barbato. At the age of 19 he was kidnapped and released two days later after his father paid the kidnappers a ransom of $ 240 thousand dollars. The perpetrators were soon caught and sentenced to long prison terms.

    In adolescence Sinatra Jr. has performed in small clubs, then became a singer of jazz-band Sam Donahue. Early in his career, Sinatra Jr. often toured, starred in several television series and television shows, including with her sister, singer Nancy Sinatra. In 1988 Sinatra, Jr. became the musical Director and arranger of the songs of his father.

    Frank Sinatra (1915-1998) — tenfold winner Grammy awards and many other awards. It is called legend of the music industry of the twentieth century. For 50 years of active creative activity of the singer has recorded almost 100 popular songs — mostly romantic ballads. In addition, Sinatra starred in over 60 films, the most famous of which were "leave", "Now and forevermore", "the Man with the Golden arm", "High society", "Pride and passion", "Fletch lives" (1960) and "the Manchurian candidate".

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