The Great Frank Sinatra, Jr.
The (Unofficial) Frank Sinatra, Jr. Website




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A treasure trove of information on the great Frank Sinatra, Jr.

Frank Sinatra Jr. is an evocative, distinctive, skillful singer; a fine bandleader and piano player; and an always-interesting interview subject...yet despite his famous name (or perhaps because of it), he has not met with the widespread success and recognition that he deserves. This unofficial website is the first devoted entirely to Frank Jr., and contains a detailed biography , as well as extensive discographical information, and a listing of his film & TV appearances.

Below is a rare old episode of the great '70s cop show "Adam-12" guest-starring Frank Sinatra Jr. as a deranged actor holding a flight attendant hostage:

And here is a wonderful old Scopitone promotional film for Frank's 1965 recording of "Love For Sale":


New Sinatra Jr. CD THAT FACE!

Here is the press release for Frank's latest CD, now available online or in stores. Click on the album cover above to order!

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Beloved worldwide for his big band performances, Frank Sinatra Jr. is set to release his first studio album in a decade. Capturing the magic of his live performance on record, THAT FACE! features 12 classics of the American popular songbook with Frank Sinatra Jr. on vocals backed by a full orchestra.

Recorded live in the historic Capitol Studios in Hollywood and produced by Charles Pignone and Terry Woodson, THAT FACE! features musical gems by Marilyn and Alan Bergman, Cahn/Van Heusen, Bricusse/Newley, and other famed composers, and the arranging artistry of Nelson Riddle, Torrie Zito, and Billy May, among other greats.

From his take on Arthur Hamilton's classic "Cry Me A River," which features a mesmerizing arrangement by the late Billy May, to a brand-new duet with Steve Tyrell on the Hefti/Troup classic "Girl Talk" to a captivating version of "I Was A Fool" written by Barry Manilow, THAT FACE! swings with a stellar big band, elegant orchestration, and masterful vocal interpretations. Also featured in the set is a self-penned track, "Spice," which was arranged by the legendary Nelson Riddle.

Educated in the showrooms of Las Vegas and on bandstands all over the world, Frank Sinatra, Jr. began his singing career in the '60s. A distinctive, skillful singer, a fine arranger, bandleader, and piano player, he has performed in major clubs and showrooms throughout the United States, Canada, Japan, Brazil, and England.

Track listing:


  1. That Face
  2. I'm Afraid The Masquerade Is Over
  3. Feeling Good
  4. I Was A Fool (To Let You Go)
  5. Spice
  6. Girl Talk (duet with Steve Tyrell)
  7. Cry Me A River
  8. What A Difference A Day Makes
  9. You'll Never Know
  10. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
  11. Trouble With Hello Is Goodbye
  12. Walking Happy
  13. The People That You Never Get To Love

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