Strangers in the night came out in 1966 and quickly reached #1 on the pop singles charts. Helping Sinatra later grab a Grammy for his album.
On the 12th December 1915 a tiny Sagittarius with a perforated eardrum entered the American realm with a set of lungs that would later give him rise as one of the greatest singers of the twentieth century. Born to Anthony Sinatra, a New York fireman and Natalie (Dolly) Garavanta, a baby boy under the symbol of the archer would grow to attain a certain tenacity that would lead him toward audacious goals that held him captive until he conquered them. His aims remained high until at the age of 26 following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour he was pronounced unfit to join the armed services during World War II when he went to enlist.
Sal the Voice Valentinetti is a new artist who brings back old memories by singing beautiful Italian Music! Enjoy the video below!
Rocco Farinola and Mamie (nee Damone) were Italian immigrants from Bari who chose America to bring up their family. Vito Rocco Farinola, their first and only son was born to them in Brooklyn, New York on June 12, 1928.
Italy is famous for its artwork and the country has produced some of the most talented artists in the world. Seeing some of Italy’s art is a major attraction for tourists. Here are some of the most famous masterpieces ever produced by Italian artists.
The United States has produced some of the most talented singers and performers in the world and many of these have Italian heritage. Here are some of the best-known Italian-American male singers of the 20th century.
"Ain't That a Kick in the Head" was recorded by Dean Martin in 1960. The song quickly rose to popularity and was even performed in Ocean's 11.
Some of the top singing talents in America who have achieved international success are, in fact, of Italian heritage. Here are five of the most successful singing sensations of the 21st century.