Francis Wayne “Frank” Sinatra was born on January 10, 1944, and died on March 16, 2016.
He was professionally known as Frank Sinatra, Jr.
He was an American singer, songwriter and conductor.
Singer and actor Frank Sinatra and his first wife, Nancy Barbato Sinatra were his parents.
Frank Sinatra, Jr. was the younger brother of singer and actress Nancy Sinatra, and the older brother of television producer Tina Sinatra.
By the year 1968, he had performed in 47 states and 30 countries.
He had been a guested on various television shows, including two episodes of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour with sister Nancy, hosted a 10-weeks summer replacement show for The Dean Martin Show, had sung with his own band in Las Vegas casinos and had been the opening act for bigger names at other casinos.
In that time, Francis developed a reputation for rigorous rehearsals and demanding standards for his musicians.
He also made an appearance in the Sammy Davis, Jr. drama A Man Called Adam in 1966.
Francis also appeared on the television crime drama Adam-12, in the episode, that had originally broadcast on March 13, 1974, which titled “Clinic on 18th Street”, Frank Jr. played a deputy district attorney named Gino Bardi.
Today, The National Archives houses a fifteen-minute song and monologue composed by Sinatra in 1976, called ‘Over the Land.
This evokes the memory of the nation’s flag and the nation’s experiences with the flag since the War of 1812.
Francis appeared in Family Guy, called “Brian Sings and Swings” (Season 4, Episode 19), where Frank Jr. was introduced as the “Member of The
Board”, and also performed several tunes during the show, accompanied by Stewie and Brian.
Cynthia McMurry became his wife on October 18, 1998, and divorced on January 7, 2000.
FrankJr. had one son from a past relationship, Michael Sinatra, born March 1, 1987.
He has denied speculation about the existence of another son named Frank Sinatra II.
He had a huge knowledge in the music industry.
Frank Sinatra, Jr passed away at 72 yrs old.