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  1. Tommy Sands and singer Nancy Sinatra married in 1960 and divorced in 1965. His career had declined significantly by 1965, triggering speculation that Frank Sinatra had him "blacklisted" in the entertainment industry after their divorce. Such reports were denied by both Sands and Sinatra.

  2. Tommy Sands' new book, published in the UK in 2005 and now available in the US, "...shows the rare gift of combining objectivity with passion. His fine mellow prose sparkles with humour and compassion." With a Fenian fiddle in one ear and an Orange drum in the other, Sands was reared in the foothills of Mourne Mountains.

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  4. 30/12/2021 · Tommy Sands, a Pop Singer, was born on Friday, August 27, 1937, in Chicago, Illinois, USA. His family is musical; his mother sings and his father plays the piano. His second wife and he had a daughter. Tommy Sands’ father’s name is currently being investigated, and his mother’s identity is unknown.

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    Sands was born into a mu­si­cal fam­ily in Chicago, Illi­nois; his fa­ther, Ben, was a pi­anist, and his mother, Grace, a big-band singer. He moved with the fam­ily to Shreve­port, Louisiana. He began play­ing the gui­tar at eight and within a year had a job per­form­ing twice weekly on a local radio sta­tion. At the be­gin­ning of his teen years, he moved to Hous­ton, Texas, where he at­tended Lamar High School and joined a band with "Jim­mie Lee Dur­den and the Ju­nior Cow­boys", con­sist­ing of Sands, Dur­den, and Billy Reno. They per­formed on radio, at county fairs, and did per­sonal appearances. He was only 15 when Colonel Tom Parker heard about him and signed him to RCA Records.

    The Singin' Idol

    Sands's ini­tial record­ings achieved lit­tle in the way of sales but in early 1957 he was given the op­por­tu­nity to star in an episode of Kraft Tele­vi­sion The­atre called "The Singing Idol". He played the part of a singer who was very sim­i­lar to Elvis Pres­ley, with gui­tar, pom­padour hair, and ex­citable teenage fans. On the show, his song pre­sen­ta­tion of a Joe Al­li­son com­po­si­tion called "Teen-Age Crush" went over big with the young au­di­ence and, re­leased as a sin­gle by C...

    20th Century Fox

    Sands' teen idol looks landed him a mo­tion-pic­ture con­tract with 20th Cen­tury Fox to star in a 1958 mu­si­cal drama called Sing, Boy, Sing, the fea­ture film ver­sion of "The Sin­gin' Idol". Fox had en­joyed suc­cess with films star­ring other teen idols such as Elvis Pres­ley and Pat Boone but Sing, Boy, Singwas a fi­nan­cial fail­ure. Sands ap­peared on CBS Tele­vi­sion on Jan­u­ary 9, 1958 in an episode of Shower of Stars, and played an­other singing star in "The Left-handed Wel­come"...

    Later films

    Sands' sec­ond lead role in a fea­ture was in the teen com­edy Love in a Gold­fish Bowl (1961) with Fabian Forte, which was not a suc­cess. More pop­u­lar was a fan­tasy mu­si­cal he made at Dis­ney, Babes in Toy­land (1961), co-star­ring with An­nette Fu­ni­cello. That year he and Fu­ni­cello sang the Sher­man Broth­ers' title song from the Walt Dis­ney re­lease of The Par­ent Trap. Sands guested starred on "The Inner Panic" for The United States Steel Hour and was one of sev­eral pop stars...

    Tommy Sands and singer Nancy Sina­tra mar­ried in 1960 and di­vorced in 1965. His ca­reer had de­clined sig­nif­i­cantly by 1965, trig­ger­ing spec­u­la­tion that Frank Sina­tra had him "black­listed" in the en­ter­tain­ment in­dus­try after their divorce. Such re­ports were de­nied by both Sands and Sinatra. In 1974, Sands mar­ried Sheila Wal­lace, a sec­re­tary, in Hon­olulu, where he had re­lo­cated in an at­tempt to re­vive his career.He con­tin­ues to make oc­ca­sional pub­lic singing ap­pear­ances.

    US singles discography

    1. Love Pains / Transfer – RCA 1953 2. Life Is So Lonesome / A Dime and a Dollar – RCA 1954 3. Don't Drop It / A Place For Girls Like You – RCA 1954 4. Something's Bound To Go Wrong / Kissin' Ain't No Fun – RCA 1955 5. Teen-Age Crush / Hep Dee Hootie (Cutie Wootie) – Capitol 1957 (U.S. No. 2, 2 wks.; No. 10 R&B;Cashbox #1) 6. My Love Song / Ring-A-Ding-Ding – Capitol 1957 No. 62 U.S. A-Side, No. 50 U.S. B-Side 7. Love Paris / Don't Drop It – RCA 1957 8. Goin' Steady / Ring My Phone – Capitol...

    U.S. LP discography

    1. Steady Date with Tommy Sands, Capitol848, 1957 2. Sing Boy Sing, Capitol 929, 1958 3. Sands Storm, Capitol 1081, 1958 4. This Thing Called Love, Capitol 1123, 1959 5. When I'm Thinking of You, Capitol 1239, 1959 6. Sands at the Sands, Capitol 1364, 1960 (live) 7. Dream with Me, Capitol 1426, 1960 8. Babes in Toy Land, Buena Vista 3913/4022, 1961 (soundtrack) 9. The Parent Trap, Vista 3309, 1961 (soundtrack) 10. Seasons in the Sun, Superscope 3A009, 1969

  5. Tommy Sands is a Virgo and was born in The Year of the Ox Life. Tommy Sands was born in Chicago, Illinois, USA on Friday, August 27, 1937 (Silent Generation). He is 84 years old and is a Virgo. Thomas Adrian “Tommy” Sands is an American pop music singer and actor.

    • American
    • Chicago, Illinois, USA
    • Pop Singer
    • August 27, 1937 (age 84)
  6. Tommy Sands discusses his life and career in this rare half-hour interview with cable TV host Skip E Lowe, including his marriage to Nancy Sinatra and early ...

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