Sunday, April 26, 2009
I know there's some folks amongus that must be fans of American Idol. G'head and admit it; we're all friends here. Good news for you... this week on AI, our boys' tunes are gonna be featured! S-wing Baby!
Perhaps now, Frank'll make a comeback and turn some of the heads of 2009 popular culture?
I know AI is taking a bit of flack from other folks for this incredibly fortuitous executive decision. That's just because those other folks aren't hep to the scene, right Mac?
Don't forget to check out American Idol on Tuesday... especially for those of you who are relatively unfamiliar with Rat Packer's standards.
Thursday, April 16, 2009
I've dedicated this post to links to news and information that proves that Sinatra, even dead, is a greater help to humanity than the average Joe.
Here ya go, pallie~
#1 Sinatra music is shown to help stroke victims in a therapy known as the KENNY ROGERS EFFECT. Why they would have given Kenny top billing is beyond me; but Sinatra music soothes the ailing...
#2 Sinatra also soothes the savage. Here is an article about how the legend HELPS SOCCER STAR(or football star in the UK) deal with his savage temper. What a hero our boy is... For more details and personal quotes from Barton, click here.
#3 Sinatra's love for the ailing reaches beyond humanity, and extends toward our furry (and not-so-furry) friends. Our buddy's crooning can SOOTHE THE SEALS as well!
I'm sure the resources are endless, and the man's philanthropy should not go underrepresented. The future holds follow-ups that will include the man's mighty works with regard to helping others.
Don't forget to stay human folks, and treat your fellow man with goody-goodness. If it's good enough for Frank, it's good enough for you!
Thursday, April 2, 2009
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
One of the best musical numbers from any of my favorite musicals. I hope you can appreciate the brilliance of it too! Compliments of Frank (quite the youngster) and his old hero Bing--High Society.
I've heard that drunkenness is one of the toughest theatrics to pull off as an actor. I'd say Frank's got it in the bag... Sometimes it pays to study the part!