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 virtual event continues NJPAC’s new online series: Every month, a special guest will visit our virtual theater to share the work of an American Songbook performer or composer they love. Afterward, NJPAC President and CEO John Schreiber – a passionate aficionado of the genre — will join our featured guest in conversation, examining the history of this timeless music and tales of the legendary composers, lyricists and artists who brought it to life.
The American Song series at NJPAC is presented, in part, through the generous support of the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation, the David S. Steiner and Sylvia Steiner Charitable Trust, and the Joan and Allen Bildner Family Fund