Sinatra talks and book signings
Today at 4pm at the Hoboken Historical Museum (13th and Hudson).
Celebrate Ol’ Blue Eyes’ Birthday!
Did you know that Dec. 12 is Frank Sinatra‘s birthday? (It’s on the Hoboken citizenship test) Come celebrate with fellow fans this week at two events:
TODAY, Sunday, December 7th at 4pm, visit the Museum for a talk and book signing by Tom Santopietro, author of the just-released Sinatra in Hollywood. The book traces the complete arc of Sinatra’s astonishing 60-year career, from his rise in musicals like On the Town to his Oscar-worthy comeback in From Here to Eternity. Santopietro has also written critically acclaimed bios on icons Barbra Streisand and Doris Day. The talk is free.
Additionally, on Friday December 12th at 7pm, noted Sinatra interpreter, Greg Wilder, presents “Sinatra, A Fan and His Music,” which includes a concert and multimedia celebration of the great singer’s career. Admission is $10 ($5 for Museum members).
I’m sure many Frank Sinatra fans would enjoy both of these events.
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