This is a list of programs featuring Frank Sinatra that are officially sanctioned by the Sinatra estate. Most releases consist of videotaped television specials or live concerts. Like many recording artists of the era, even major stars like Elvis Presley and The Beatles , there is very little performance footage shot on actual film to create modern day high definition releases.
Francis Wayne Sinatra (/ s ɪ ˈ n ɑː t r ə /; January 10, 1944 – March 16, 2016), professionally known as Frank Sinatra Jr., was an American singer, songwriter, and conductor. He was the son of singer and actor Frank Sinatra and his first wife, Nancy Barbato Sinatra, the younger brother of singer and actress Nancy Sinatra , and the older brother of television producer Tina Sinatra .
The Rat Pack concert, called The Frank Sinatra Spectacular, was broadcast live via satellite to numerous movie theaters across America.   The album September of My Years was released September 1965, and went on to win the Grammy Award for best album of the year. 
Frank Sinatras politisches und soziales Engagement begann bereits in den 1940er Jahren, als er die Präsidentschaft von Franklin D. Roosevelt unterstützte (wofür ihn Teile der republikanischen Presse den Crooner des New Deal nannten) und sich mit seinem Oscar-prämierten Kurzfilm The House I Live In (1945) gegen die damals noch vorherrschende Rassentrennung in seiner Heimat aussprach.
Son fils, Frank Sinatra Jr., a poursuivi également depuis le début des années 1960 une carrière de chanteur ainsi que de chef d'orchestre ; il dirigea notamment sur scène l'orchestre de son père à partir du 29 avril 1988 et jusqu'à son ultime concert.
Sinatra had three children with his first wife, Nancy Barbato: Nancy Sinatra (born June 8, 1940), Frank Sinatra Jr. (January 10, 1944 – March 16, 2016), and Christina "Tina" Sinatra (born June 20, 1948). Although Sinatra did not remain faithful to his wife, he was by many accounts a devoted father.
Sinatra: New York is a 2009 box set album of live performances by the American singer Frank Sinatra, recorded in New York City, both at the Carnegie Hall, and at Madison Square Garden.  The first disc captures two live performances from 1955 and 1963, disc two and three are from the Carnegie Hall and from Madison Square Garden in 1974.