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  1. Nancy Sandra Sinatra (* 8.Juni 1940 in Jersey City, New Jersey) ist eine US-amerikanische Sängerin und Schauspielerin.Ihre größten Erfolge hatte sie in den 1960er Jahren mit Songs wie These Boots Are Made for Walkin’ sowie den Duetten Summer Wine mit Lee Hazlewood und Somethin’ Stupid mit ihrem Vater Frank Sinatra

  2. Nancy Sinatra, 20 lutego 1971 Imię i nazwisko Nancy Sandra Sinatra Data i miejsce urodzenia 8 czerwca 1940 Jersey City. Gatunki: pop / rock, country, pop psychodeliczny, baroque pop, country-pop, sunshine pop, muzyka filmowa. Zawód piosenkarka, aktorka Wydawnictwo: Reprise, RCA, Attack Records, Elektra, Buena Vista Records

  3. Nancy Sinatra kreeg haar eigen ster op de Hollywood Walk of Fame op 11 mei 2006. Eerder (2002) kreeg ze al een Golden Palm Ster aan de Palm Springs Walk of Stars in Palm Springs . Ze speelde een gastrolletje als zichzelf in The Sopranos en het digitale album "Cherry Smiles - The Rare Singles" kwam uit in 2009.

  4. The Greatest Hits of Nancy Sinatra. Released: 2002; Label: Traditional Line (Europe) — — 2002 Lightning's Girl: Greatest Hits 1965–1971. Released: August 13, 2002; Label: Raven Australia; Australian release — — 2004 Nancy Sinatra & Friends. Released: 2004; Label: Falcon (Germany) — — 2005 The Very Best of Nancy Sinatra. Released ...

  5. 02/02/2022 · If you do not know, We have prepared this article about details of Nancy Sinatra’s short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, today’s net worth, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start. Early Life. Nancy Sinatra was born on June 8, 1940, in New Jersey.

  6. "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" is a pop song musically composed by Lee Hazlewood and first written and recorded by Nancy Sinatra. It was released in Febr...

  7. 11/04/2022 · But The Beatles were by no means the only songwriters to try their hands at writing illusive hits referencing LSD. Nancy Sinatra’s 1966 top ten hit, ‘Sugar Town’, written by Hazlewood, was also a reference to the lysergic craze of the time. In 1999, Hazlewood discussed the song in an interview with Index Magazine.