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Frank Sinatra [electronic resource]

Frank Sinatra believed wholeheartedly in the American Dream—that anything was possible with perseverance, hard work, and the will to fight for what you wanted. By the time he was a teenager, what Sinatra wanted was to become a star, a person who could not only afford the luxuries of life, but also someone who was known and respected beyond the one square mile city he grew up in—Hoboken, New Jersey. By the time he died on May 14, 1998, at age 82, Sinatra had not only achieved his goals, he had far exceeded them. With more than 150 million records sold, he became one of the best-selling recording artists of all time. Along the way, Sinatra successfully reinvented himself a number of times—from crooner to cool cat to actor to icon—enabling him to remain a dominant pop culture presence until the very end of his life, and beyond.
[Place of publication not identified] : A360 Media, LLC, [date of publication not identified]
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Frank Sinatra
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