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Watch: Jonathan Schwartz Presents Sinatra 100 Party with James Kaplan

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Author James Kaplan and Jonathan Schwartz talk about Frank Sinatra's legacy in The Greene Space (Daniel Cassidy)

In celebration of Frank Sinatra’s centennial, The Jonathan Channel joined us on Nov. 12 for an evening of stories, music and conversation. Hosted by Jonathan Schwartz, one of the world's foremost experts and champions of Sinatra's music, with James Kaplan, author of Sinatra: The Chairman. They talked about how and why the singer left such an indelible mark on American music and global pop culture. With a performance by Sinatra’s longtime piano player, Russ Kassoff.

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Michael Leonard Novia from New Canaan

My wife and I thought the conversation was worthwhile. It was interesting to hear the personalities of Schwartz, Kaplan, and Kassoff come out and not, just as the posted video of the talk is both what was said and not. During the live conversation, most of what was said was not said and only after thinking about the conversation does a fuller consideration of the conversation emerge and not.

Nov. 19 2015 10:24 AM
ellen carton from brooklyn

Boggled my mind that the focus was so overwhelmingly on his negative outbursts, alcoholism, sexual inadequacy and general thuggishnish, and so little on the music

Nov. 14 2015 07:35 AM

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