NEW YORK! NEW YORK!
In a perfect world, Sinatra would be up and boasting about his 100th birthday this year. No single person symbolised America’s golden age better than Ol’ Blue Eyes himself. Curated
by the the Grammy Museum, ‘ Sinatra: An American Icon’ looks back fondly at 100 years of his legendary legacy in never-before-seen photos, mementos, letters and music, supplied by the Sinatra family. Frank Sinatra was music personified, and his world-shaking impact still echoes today, whether it’s his timeless influential baritone appeal, or his haunting, undying dedication to giving the world the best
he could, in studio and on stage. At The New York Public Library for the Performing
Arts until Sept 4. www.nypl.org