Posted on 2 Nov
In celebration of 100 years of Frank Sinatra legacy, Sinatra: An American Icon debuts at The GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles. From his childhood in Hoboken, New Jersey to his monumental music success and personal life, the exhibit chronicles an intimate portrait of the man behind one of the most famous voices in the world. Fans of Sinatra will get a glimpse of rare and unseen family photos, artwork, and recordings as shared by the Sinatra family.For those who would rather have a more permanent reminder of Sinatra’s centenary, there is an official limited edition luxury book titled Sinatra, compiled by Sinatra’s granddaughter Amanda Erlinger and award-winning London journalist Robin Morgan, and Emmy Award-winning producer Tamara Rawitt. The spectacular 400-page art book includes contributions from Nancy Sinatra, Martin Scorsese, George Clooney, Billy Joel, Quincy Jones, Paul McCartney, Tony Bennett, and Elvis Costello, to name a few, as well as photos taken by Frank Sinatra himself. [caption id="attachment_83068" align="alignleft" width="203"] Amanda Erlinger with a classic image of her grandfather.[/caption] A Limited Edition of 1,000 copies of this highly collectible rare book will be produced. Each copy comes in a beautifully appointed clamshell box accompanied by a previously unpublished photograph taken and authenticated by Nancy Sinatra Sr. In addition, a numbered certificate of authenticity signed by Sinatra’s children is included. For a limited time, clients and friends of The Agency will receive a special price. To purchase Sinatra, click here and use code SINATRA100 at checkout.