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  1. modifier - modifier le code - modifier Wikidata Frank Sinatra , né Francis Albert Sinatra le 12 décembre 1915 à Hoboken (New Jersey) et mort le 14 mai 1998 à Los Angeles (Californie) au Centre médical Cedars-Sinaï , est un chanteur , acteur et producteur de musique américain . Né de parents italiens (d'un père d'origine sicilienne et d'une mère originaire de Ligurie), Sinatra est l ...

  2. Frank Sinatra "High Hopes" was originally recorded by American singer Frank Sinatra in 1959 in a hit version featuring a children's chorus, which was later included in his 1961 album All the Way (this version is not the version that appeared in the film, as the film version paired Sinatra with Eddie Hodges rather than with a children's chorus, [2] and also, the lyrics were slightly different).

  3. Anthony Dominick Benedetto (Astoria, Queens, Nueva York, 3 de agosto de 1926), conocido artísticamente como Tony Bennett, es un cantante estadounidense y uno de los últimos grandes crooners de mediados del siglo XX, que se ha mantenido en activo tanto en recitales en vivo como en grabaciones discográficas hasta su retirada en 2021, a los 95 años de edad.

  4. Through Tony Bennett's long, remarkable career, it's possible to trace the evolution and endurance of vocal pop and jazz in the 20th century. Unlike his idol Frank Sinatra, Bennett was too young to be part of the first wave of the Great American Songbook in the years before World War II.

  5. Tony Bennett, właśc.Anthony Dominick Benedetto (ur. 3 sierpnia 1926 w Nowym Jorku) – amerykański wokalista jazzowy pochodzenia włoskiego.

  6. Between 1935 and 1955 Ella Fitzgerald was signed to Decca Records.Her early recordings as a featured vocalist were frequently uncredited. Her first credited single was 78 RPM recording "I'll Chase the Blues Away" with the Chick Webb Orchestra.

  7. Here is a list of known classical, pop & rock music used in episodes of Family Guy, both pre-recorded and sung by the cast as Musical Numbers. Original & parody songs do not count. Television and movie themes won't be counted in most cases. Songs sung by characters in the show are usually credited to the most widely known performance or performer. Classical & show tunes are credited to their ...