Sinatra demonstrates his superior ability to sing «Fly Me To The Moon»

Frank Sinatra, a legendary jazz performer, is unrivaled in his field. His unique style captivated audiences, and his ageless voice is today recognized as one of the best in musical history.

This black-and-white live performance of “Fly Me to the Moon” by Frank Sinatra at the Kiel Opera House in St. Louis is available for viewing. In this 1965 concert, Frank is at the pinnacle of his fame and money.

There is a resounding round of applause for Frank before the song begins. Fly me to the moon, he begins to sing. I want to play in front of the stars. I’d like to see spring on Jupiter and Mars. Or, you can take my hand. «Kiss me, dear,» in other words.

He’s dressed up in a tux, and the audience can see his gorgeous smile in all its glory. Frank tinkers with the melody’s rhythm and even rearranges a few words.

During the instrumental break, he shouts to rally the entire jazz band behind him. He even imitates the cameraman by moving his hands as though he were filming the camera.

Frank then smiled at the audience while scatting on the instruments. He has complete command of the show and is a master at it. He was the boss, thus the title «Chairman of the Board» was fitting.

Frank has sold over 150 million records during his career. The song «Fly Me to the Moon» appeared on his 1964 album «It Might as Well Be Swing.» He recorded this song a few more times over his illustrious career. Fans of «Ol’ Blue Eyes» will like this video of Frank at his height.

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