This guy went his own way, loved New York very much, regularly fired his body, tempted Hollywood’s most famous beauties and collaborated with the mafia. The title of the golden age of the USA and just the voice of the century is Frank Sinatra.
From the first seconds of life he managed to stand out – the weight of the newborn boy was almost six pounds. Frank and his family lived in Hoboken, the suburbs of New York, and from an early age began to be interested in music – at the age of 13 he had already played at the ukulele in local bars, and later joined the band, which later became known as The Hoboken Four. It was with her the first success of Sinatra – in 1935 the band won the Young Talent Competition Major Bowes Amateur Hour and went on a tour of the country.
At that time, Frank had firmly decided to be a singer – the point of non-return was the visit to the idol concert, Bing Crosby, in 1933. After a tour with the group, the artist goes on a single voyage and almost does not destroy everything from the start – in 1938, he was arrested for contacting a married woman (then it was criminal liability). Fortunately, Sinatra still manages not to get into jail and receives work in popular swing jazz orchestras of trumpeter Harry James and trombonist Tommy Dorsey, where he speaks for three years. Frank began his great career in 1942 – he was met by agent George Evans, who quickly turns a talented singer into an idol of millions.