This picture reminds me of the 7 GLORIOUS TIMES I was fortunate enough to see the Great Man perform Live and in Concert ..
There was nothing quite like seeing Frank Sinatra in Concert ... The shows were electrifying, the air filled with excitement from the many adoring fans, to be there amongst a few thousand other like minded people, very special people "Wonderful Adoring Fans of The Great One FRANCIS ALBERT SINATRA," for there was never and there will never be another quite like Frank and his legions of loving fans, and I'm so proud to say I was one of them.
Yes the rooms that Sinatra performed live in were filled with Electricity and it wasn't just Frank, it was his fans as well and the back and forth love and adulation that went on between Frank and his fans during every one of these special nights. Sinatra was the ultimate performer and without question the greatest singer of the 20th Century, nobody could touch Sinatra, "No One!"
Frank would come out on stage and the place would explode with applause, love, and adulation. The fans welcome Frank into the house and Frank reciprocated, there was nothing like it my friends (to see Sinatra live). Yes Frank always gave us a most warm welcome and we back to him. Then the show would began. Frank always was back by the most amazingly perfect orchestras that backed up his unmatched singing and there you go another night of one of the greatest happenings on God's Good Earth, a Live Concert by The Chairman of The Board Mr. Francis Albert Sinatra, the great one. Basta !
The Best is Yet to COme, BARBARA, I've Got You Under My Skin
The GAL THAT GOT AWAY / It Never Entered My Mind
MACK THE KNIFE, Angel Eyes, MY WAY
STRANGERS in THE NIGHT , NEW YORK NEW YORK
"I Was at This Concert. May 15, 1990. Later that evening, at 3 AM Sammy Davis Jr. Died. Frank posponed the rest of the engagement to one month later when I saw him again, as I bought tickets for the opening night and the Final Night of the 5 Night Engagement at RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL."
Sinatra: The Main Event was an ABC musical television special starring Frank Sinatrabroadcast on October 13, 1974. The special documents a concert given by Sinatra at Madison Square Garden in New York City, in which Sinatra is accompanied by the Woody Herman band, and introduced by Howard Cosell.
The concert that was broadcast, was the last of a series of six that Sinatra gave at Madison Square Garden in October 1974, the audio from the concerts had also been taped and the highlights would be released as The Main Event – Live. The saxophonist Jerry Doidgson who performed on the concerts felt that the televised performance wasn't as strong as the others as Sinatra's natural pacing of the concert was disrupted by the mechanisms of television production.