It Was a Very Good Year: Frank Sinatra Through the Decades
It’s an online evening with Ol’ Blue Eyes! Sinatra historians James Kaplan and Chuck Granata share recordings of Frank’s most celebrated performances accented by conversation about his songs, career, and legacy with NJPAC President John Schreiber. James Kaplan is the New York Times bestselling author of Frank: The Voice and Sinatra: The Chairman. Chuck Granata is a music historian, archivist, and author of Sessions with Sinatra: Frank Sinatra and the Art of Recording. He is the producer and co-host of Nancy Sinatra’s “Nancy for Frank” show on Sirius-XM (Siriusly Sinatra).
This program is free of charge on our Facebook page during the month of April. No RSVPs or codes are needed. Viewers need only to tune in during the specified window of time to watch the films on-demand.
About the NJPAC Series
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) has been a national leader in the development and production of free, virtual programming. In partnership with NJPAC, CAPA will present three original NJPAC programs free of charge on its Facebook page during the month of April. No RSVPs or codes are needed. Viewers need only to tune in during the specified window of time to watch the films on-demand.