As the original American culture pop hero, Frank Sinatra remains an important and singular artist. He took the art of balladry and made it his own, carving out deep meaning in the soulful, mellow lyrics of many of the 20th century’s greatest composers. Here Frank candidly discusses his meager youth in New Jersey and his early uneven stabs at stardom. Not only a great singer, but also a wildly entertaining and amusing man, Sinatra hits you with both barrels in this intimate, all-star tribute to the voice of our time. Narrated by the author.