Frank Sinatra (born 1915, died 1998) Known as "The Voice" or "Chairman of the board" was the coolest interpreter of swing music during his almost 60 years in showbusiness. Winner of an oscar in the early fiftees. Related with politics, showmen, mobsters and beautiful copacabana showgirls, defined the meaning of "coolness" in the early sixtees with his friends, also known as The Ratpack. His songbook includes such clasics as: "Fly me to the moon" "I've got you under my skin" and "New York, New York".
All this cats have much to learn from Frank Sinatra
by leinergroove October 06, 2004
a talented musician who was a god to music until his death in May of 1998. no one will ever take his place in music history. its just not possible.
that guys a great singer but he's no frank sinatra!
by Angry Jess March 02, 2005
v. To do a particular activity however you damn well please, your way.

Origin: Frank Sinatra lyric "And I did it my way..."
I don't care what the directions say! I'm going to build this bitch like Frank Sinatra!
by MoInThe415 July 01, 2005
The greatest pop singer ever to grace the Earth. From his early career with Harry James and Tommy Dorsey, through his late Reprise years, Sinatra was called "the Signature Voice." His Capitol recordings are among the finest pieces of music in existance. Sinatra revolutionized the recording industry when he made his transition from Columbia Records to Captiol in 1952-1953. He pionnered the shift from band centered music, with a singer stuck in, to a style in which the singer was the center piece (it remains so to this day). In addition to being an indescribable singer, he was also a terrific film actor, garnering such awards as an Oscar for his performance in "From Here to Eternity," in 1953. Other singers preceeded and followed Sinatra, including Nat "King" Cole, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, Ella Fitzgerald, and Tony Bennett, but none had the flare Frankie did.
Examples of these are: "Our Love is Here to Stay," "I've Got the World on a String," "I've Got You Under My Skin," "Come Fly With Me," "I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plans," and "Moonlight in Vermont." He had 20 consecutive top-ten albums, and his song "Nice~N~Easy" was song of the year for 1960 (take that Beetles!)

Me: "There's a definition on UrbanDictionary that has Frank Sinatra listed as the greatest pop singer of all."
Mr. Katchko: "Ooooh K, we aren't the least bit biased, are we?"
Me: "No, Mr. Katchko, we all know it's the truth."
by CDEGalvin March 25, 2006
1. Idyllic singer from Hoboken the likes of which we havent seen in years. Said to have a voice that could "calm a lion and be a lion at the sam time."

2. Man who was the leader of The Ratpack and whose career never ended until he died. In reality it still hasn't ended because so many people still listen to him.

3. God
His voice was so great people said it reminded them of Sinatra

That cat's so cool he looks like he could have his own Ratpack like Sinatra did.

Person 1 - Is that God?
Person 2 - Close, its Sinatra
Person 1 - Same thing
by greencandle January 11, 2005
The Original Gangster/Musician. A pimp in all aspects of the word. Unlike todays so called "Gangsta rap stars" Sinatra was a badass yes still had class.
Frank Sinatra was way cooler and more talented then Notorious B.I.G, Tupac, and all the rest of the so called gangsta rappers put together.
by Calvbw September 20, 2009
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