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July 20th, 2001 by Robert

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  1. MarBrujo says:

    Dear Nancy, would please tell me if you sung “In my Room” in any film and if so, in which one? Thanks!

  2. 1960sAngel says:

    Hello nancy,
    I am writing a speech that I will be presenting to the class. The speech is about the 1960’s and why I love the music of that time. What is the story behind the song boots?

    • Nancy says:

      Oh, dear, I’m so sorry I didn’t see your post sooner. No story, just a song written by Lee Hazlewood that I was very fortunate to have recorded. Thanks for writing.

  3. says:

    We have enjoyed “Seriously Sinatra” for a couple of years now, actually enjoyed it going cross-country twice. Love “Nancy for Frank” hearing different arrangements and your stories. Many times we have caught the beginning of “Nancy for Frank” when Frank sings “Without a Song”, one of my absolute favorites! Could you tell me who the arranger of that rendition is and is it available on any CD with that arrangement. Keep doing what you are doing and know that there are many of us out there who truly enjoy your Dad’s music and how you present it. We have converted many friends and they are now listening to “Seriously Sinatra” as much as we do which is ALWAYS!!!! Thanks so much, Becky R.

    • Nancy says:

      Hi, Becky
      What a terrific note! Thanks so much for letting us know how much you enjoy the show. The opening theme for Nancy for Frank is the Sy Oliver arrange y of “Without A Song,” recorded in 1961 for the album I Remember Tommy. That CD should be available online. If it isn’t, the song is also on the Complete Reprise Studio Recordings box set.

  4. Michael H says:


    Very excited about the upcoming “From The Vaults” release. Love what I see on the published track list so far. I am excited about hearing your cover of Holly Holy after so many years. If I recall correctly, you performed that song on a Glen Campbell show or special in the early 70’s and I loved your interpretation. Can’t wait to hear the remastered version of that one. I also like the eclectic nature of the songs mentioned so far, including Stairway to Paradise, Play Me (Mr. Diamond again), Something (loved your Dad’s version of this classic Lennon / McCartney tune) and Neil Sedaka’s The Hungry Years (a personal fave). I’m also very curious to hear your take on Why Did I Choose You? which I most closely associate with Streisand. This collection of songs is really intriguing.

    So glad you are still active musically and have found creative ways to express your gift. Your Dad would be so proud.

    Best always,

    • Nancy says:

      FYI Michael.
      Track list:

      As Time Goes By
      When I Look in Your Eyes
      Holly Holy
      I’ll Build a Stairway to Paradise
      Cockeye Optimist (guitar)
      I Can See Clearly Now
      Killing Me Softly With His Song
      Play Me
      MacArthur Park
      The Hungry Years
      Cockeye Optimist (orchestra)
      Why Did I Choose You?
      I Don’t Know How to Love Him
      We Need A Little Christmas

      Thanks for caring.

  5. Heat9029 says:

    OMG! I was luckily enough to be in LA to show my newnorn off to family and off of curse, I HAD to see Wilco–Best band in the world, except you, certainly. I has NO idea you were going to be there and I can not tell you how excited I was to see you,number one, and number two, have baby Lucille see you and Wilco as her first concert! We LOVED you–you were terrific. I don’t see a current lineup of where you might be playing next. You are so wonderful. I am not a keroaie (spelling?) person at all, but I’ve done your songs and yours only! Cheers and best to you.
    Regards, Heather (and Lucille)

  6. Hossie says:

    Hi Nancy, I love listening to your Nancy for Frank show…..and on today show’s you played a song that caught my attention, Unfortunately, I was driving my car and could not write down what it was. All I remember was that it was by a gentleman whose last name was “Strange” and it featured an acoustic guitar. I think you said the name “Maria…..” in the title. Anyway, if you could help me out it would be appreciated. And Btw, looking at your website got me to to thinking about the 60’s and the terricfic songs that were part of it. I spent an hour looking at your songs and interviews that are on Youtube. Boy, talking about taking me back in time!

    Thanks, Nancy :)

  7. Cockneyman says:

    hey nancy your definately your dads girl he would be so proud of you .when are you coming back over to london to see us keep up the good work .anyone who aint got movin with nancy dvd please get it what a looker what a star bless you xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  8. Wayne says:

    I grew up with a dad who loved all the great rat pack material and especially of course your dad. Those memories of my dad listening to yours is as vivid today as it was then and I am now in my late fifties living in Wales, UK. I recently found an CD with you and Lee Hazelwood singing on it and then remembered I bought it as a present for my dad some years ago just before he passed away, but was never able to give it to him. I listened to it and was so emotionally affected by it that I bought some more – Nancy and friends etc. and the sweetness of your voice sitting in the car driving 70 miles a day to work and back helps me more than you could ever know. I want to thank you for that and also thank you for the many years your dad also entertained my dad. I love your voice and the sentiments that the songs express. I just wish that I could see you in some TV show or event. Are you due to make ay appearances soon or in the future? And again Nancy, Thank you for the music. Wayne

  9. Baddaddy says:

    looking thru your pictures I noticed you didn’t have any pictures of Rolling Thunder and the ride to the wall in Washington D.C. You rode with the chapter I was in and we talked for a while. It was a very nice experience for me as I had a crush on you since High School and it was really a treat to meet you in person. I hope you are well and happy.

    ride, ride ride,


  10. Chrisfutter05 says:

    Hi nancy, how would I go about contacting you or a management team to talk about a problem I have which I hope you can help me with? I would really appreciate it if someone could contact me on my email so I could go into more depth about how you could help me. Nothing to serious just advise needed really. Thanks for your time.

    Chris x

  11. Johntbelt says:

    Thank you for your gifts to us. I enjoy the youtube segment of you singing at Pacific Ocean Park. Very well directed and choreographed . Subject and location were perfect .

  12. 1960sAngel says:

    Hi Nancy, I was just wondering what is your favourite song by you? Mines sugar town=)

    • Nancy says:

      That’s a tough question!
      Might be Cuando Calienta El Sol or 99 Miles from L.A. or Barricades and Brick Walls.

  13. Semdmd says:

    How do I find the list of songs played during the Doris Day interview?

  14. Mom19432002us says:

    Hi Nancy Sinatra. I have a lot of your songs which I like Boots Are Made For Walking most of all but I do like all your song and movies you did. One was with Elvis Aaron Presley. Your father was a great singer and a great person. I’m glad I registered to say this. I’ve also wanted to know if you have a fan club? Well, hope you have a great rest of the week and weekend. Take care.

    • Nancy says:

      If you follow me on face book and Twitter you can pretty much keep up with what’s going on. Also, is a good source. Thanks for writing.

  15. Michael H says:

    Hi Nancy,

    Thanks to your recent show with Doris Day, I’ve become an ardent fan of Sirius XM and most especially the Siriusly Sinatra channel. Just finished listening to your latest Nancy For Frank with Chuck Granada. What a pleasure to fall in love with these great songs and gifted artists all over again. You are reminding everyone that these songs can easily support a myriad of vocal interpretations and styles. Listening today, it became clear to me that we shouldn’t confine the great American Songbook to a certain time, place or type of audience.

    Just wanted you to know that your work in this area is greatly appreciated.

    Michael H

    • Nancy says:

      Hi, Michael.

      Thank you so much for taking the time to write a note. It’s important that we hear from people like you because we have no other way of knowing if the shows are being heard. There are so many channels on Sirius XM and we don’t know who is listening to which one, or if anybody is!

      Hopefully we can keep the Great American Songbook alive for new generations.

  16. Hairles says:

    Miss Sinatra, I have a photo on my face book that I would like to share with you. Sitting next to your dad is my father Philip Cavallaro , Phil Brito who was a singer and which is my dads cusin and I believe your mother sitting next to my dad. If you can help me with the club they are in or the lady next to your mother I would like very much. The photo was taken in 39 or 40 I believe in New Jeresy or new York. Can you help me. Thank you very much Leslie Cavallaro

  17. Mick says:

    Dear Nancy Sinatra,
    Have a Fun-derful Fourth!! :D

  18. Tavojoe says:

    “The biggest and best show we have done.” Nancy, I agree with you. Both you and Doris did Wonderful recordings of ‘A Wonderful Guy’. The high point among many for me from Part 2 was the pairing of ‘I’ll Remember April’ and ‘April in Paris’. Four beautiful versions by two of the best singers ever IMHO. Also beautiful were the two versions of ‘Night And Day’.
    I really appreciate the effort, care and expertise you have shown in the concept and execution of this six-hour set of music and interview with Doris. It’s so great to know that she is doing well and that you have such an admiration for her body of work and for who she is. Thank you very much.

  19. John48 says:

    Nancy. Can you tell me what happened to Lee Hazelwood. You guys sounded wonderful together. When you were on the Dean Martin show You and him were singing together and I copied that song and would sing along with you, Your timing is so prefect, was and still is fun to sing along with you and Dean. Have a wonderful day. Thanks John Dirkes

  20. Rightor1 says:

    Dear Nancy:
    You were so dynamic in teaching women to stand up for themselves. As I was listening to your “Boots” song, I couldn’t help but notice the resemblance between you and Senator Wendy Davis. Those thousands of ordinary women are literally fighting for their lives in Texas. They need a quick boost from you to support their Monday protest (tomorrow) and all through this Special Session. Will you help?

    B. Cayenne Bird

  21. ABCDiehl says:

    Hello Nancy,
    Sadly I re-activated by Sirius-XM service when it was
    too late to listen to what I’ve heard is a fabulous
    interview with Doris Day.
    Any chance both of them will be repeated anytime
    Many thanks,
    Bill Diehl
    ABC News Radio
    New York

    • Nancy says:

      Hello, Bill.

      We had to secure special waivers to air the Doris Day shows and they were for a limited time so I’m not sure if we will be able to run repeat broadcasts. We’ll have to wait and see.

      Thanks for writing.

  22. Captain Marvel says:

    “Ain’t ya proud??”

    “When a soldier is killed in the line of duty, his family eventually gets a flag and
    a note conveying sympathy and respect from the United States Government.
    When a black pro basketball player announces he is gay, he immediately gets a personal phone call from the President congratulating him for his courage.”
    “Am I missing something?”

  23. Camp3840 says:

    I enjoy your show as I listen to it on the radio. It is just delightful and enjoy all your guests and music that is played. As you can probably tell, that is my era of music and am grateful that you have made it available to your listeners. Keep up the good work, look forward to the interview with Doris Day, as I so sadly missed it the first time around. Please keep my posted if you share it with your friends again.

    Charmaine Peters

    • Nancy says:

      Oh dear, I’m sorry you missed the Doris Days shows, Charmaine. I don’t know if we will be able to air them again.

  24. Semdmd says:

    hello nancy! spent 2 wonderful hours driving on the highway listening to you and doris day. great stuff. fond memories. you played a beautiful song approx 12:45 CDT, sung by a man with the line,,”over and over”. can you please direct me to the playlist and times each song was played? God bless!

  25. Loridjf says:

    Nancy I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed your interview with Doris Day. I wasnt sure what to expect because I know she’s much older now, but she sounded just great. I loved listening to her recollections and stories. I got choked up at the part when you told her how much her music and movies mean to you. I feel the same way. I think most women of our generation grew up wanting to be Doris Day. Thank you for the wonderful program.

    • Nancy says:

      Doris is a wonderful lady and I’m grateful to her for giving us so much of her time. Glad you enjoyed hearing the shows.

  26. 17607319442 says:

    Hi Nancy ! I only listen to your music in my car and home it is a blessing that it is on the air !!! I LOVED listening to Doris, i have loved her since i was 15 ! When i was 15 i was listening to Doris,Your dad and Johnny who i just saw last week at the Pala and was amazing !! So might you get a interview with him? He seems so humble and the sweetest man in the world ! He seems very private so it would be lovly to hear him talk about himself and his life. Also i just regestered firt time on here or any for that matter but i love listening to you talk and Tina !!! So happy to hear her on the show a little more ! Your both timeless girls !

    • Nancy says:

      If you are speaking of Johnny Mathis he was gracious enough to do one of my shows and everybody seemed to love it. If it’s another Johnny you’ll have to enlighten me.
      Thanks for writing. :)

  27. Ray says:

    Thought maybe your Father would have sung Young At Heart on the show and Doris singing The Way We Were from her 1975 TV Special. But as I posted the show was perfect the way it is. Thanks again. Will the program be available to purchase a CD of it through Sirius?

    • Officedawg says:

      There is currently no system at SiriusXM for producing CD’s for sale, due to the song and performance licensing issues

  28. Ray says:

    Nancy thank you for the wonderful gift of celebrating Doris Day. Long overdue and she is back where she belongs as a top all time favorite entertainer and Singer! Wish your Father and her recorded more songs together. Loved, Lets Take An Old Fashioned Walk. Que Sera, what will be, will be forever…

  29. Michael C says:

    I was a little kid in the 60s, so as it turned out that I didn’t develop an appreciation for all things Sinatra until a little later in life. Who knows why they called your dad “The chairman of the board”, but it described him perfectly. As I got a little older I came to understand what a hottie his daughter is! I think it’s great your brother has his extension of your dad’s legacy. I loved the Family Guy episode he was on. I don’t really have a question, I just wanted to say how much I enjoy Nancy for Frank. I made my teenage daughter listen to your show while we were on vacation, and she developed an appreciation for the music.
    I so enjoyed you show with Doris Day. I listened to both parts. You are right that it could have been much longer. Please let her know how many of us enjoyed hearing from her, she sounds so great and happy. I hope you can do it again.
    That’s it, just wanted to say how much I enjoy your show.

  30. Plain Old Me says:

    HI NANCY I love the song “Just being Plain Old Me” and the way that you sing it. I belong to a group that entertains at various senior places and U to am a senior. I would love to include this song in my repotair but I cant find the sheet music, can you help, thanks Rita

  31. Memytgrl1950 says:

    Miss Sinatra– My gosh, what a treat it was to have two days worth of interviews with America’s favorite Icon of the Golden Era of the 50’s and 60’s MISS DORIS DAY!

    In my humble opinion, there are only two singers who had perfect pitch and ability sing a song into reality and that is your father, Frank Sinatra and Miss Doris Day!

    I must tell you that juxtaposing their renditions to the same song, was brilliant! What a joy to listen to them!

    I am 62 years old, and when my peers were listening to the Rolling Stones and Joplin, I was listening to your daddy, Doris Day, Lou Monte, Dean Martin, and Judy Garland!

    I am so glad to have found Siriusly Sinatra and will continue to listen very happily.

    My “Boots are made for walking.” but you can bet they won’t be moving anywhere but in front of the radio to listen to Siriusly Sinatra!

  32. Olivia-c21 says:

    Hello Nancy I am Olivia aged 17 from the UK. I would just like to tell you how much I appreciate your father’s, Frank Jrs and your music! I am guaranteed to listen to at least one Sinatra song every day :) I don’t know what I would do without it because it makes me happy! I especially love your music with Lee Hazelwood, a particular favorite is Some Velvet Morning. Thankyou for taking your time to read this comment I hope you keep well and happy. Take care :) Olivia x

  33. Tavojoe says:

    Hooray for Doris Day and Hooray for Nancy Sinatra! Thanks Nancy for featuring “It’s You Or No One” during the Part 1 show. It’s always been overshadowed by “It’s Magic” from Doris’ first film. (I remember the “It’s Tragic” lyrics:-) Very fine song selection as well as interesting comments by you and Doris. Looking forward to hearing Part 2 tomorrow.

  34. Mdugger315 says:


    I loved your recent interview with Doris Day.Your show was great, bringing us the best of your father’s music and the music of Doris Day.I look forward to your radio show.Keep up the great work.


    Michael Dugger

  35. Suzanne11 says:

    Just finished listening to the second part of your interview with Doris Day today. What a wonderful 6 hours of pure bliss listening to your dad and Doris sing and your interview with Doris was a delight. It was a treat hearing Doris talk about her early years and working in films with your dad and so many other wonderful actors. I have also loved Doris Day since childhood and Doris does make one “happy” through her music and films. You had me in tears at the end of the interview as well as Doris. Thank you Nancy for this wonderful program. It was good to hear you again too as you were so kind to me and my family so many years ago when we met you in Seattle during your 4th of July performance there in 1999. Then years later (2004) I met you again in Portland Oregon with my daughter when you were performing here to promote your awesome cd Nancy Sinatra. You rocked the house too! Much love to you and your family and thanks for keeping the flame for your dad. Love,
    Suzanne Parvey

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