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Nancy Sinatra

Keep Walkin' Autographed Print

Keep Walkin' Autographed Print

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Light in the Attic Records | CAT #: LITA 208

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KEY FEATURES

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  • 18x24 Heavy stock photo print poster
  • Photo by Ron Joy
  • Hand-autographed by Nancy Sinatra
  • Hand-numbered edition of 200 units worldwide

DETAILS

  • Catalog: LITA 208
  • Label / Brand: Light in the Attic Records
  • Artist: Nancy Sinatra
  • Material: Poster
  • Dimensions: 18 x 24
  • Autographed: Yes

AUTOGRAPHED Limited Edition 18x24 heavy stock photo print. Photo by Ron Joy.

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

Nancy Sinatra is a legendary American singer, actress, and producer. Born on June 8, 1940, in Jersey City, New Jersey, she is the daughter of legendary singer Frank Sinatra and his first wife Nancy Barbato. Nancy Sinatra rose to fame in the 1960s with her sultry voice and iconic hits like "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" and "Sugar Town."

Sinatra started her music career in 1961, and her first hit single, "Cuff Links and a Tie Clip," was released in 1962. However, it was her second single, "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'," that made her a household name. The song was released in 1966 and became an instant hit, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song's catchy tune and sassy lyrics, combined with Sinatra's seductive performance, made her an overnight sensation.

Sinatra continued to release hit singles throughout the 1960s, including "Sugar Town," "Somethin' Stupid" (a duet with her father), and "You Only Live Twice" (the theme song from the James Bond movie of the same name). She also appeared on television shows and in movies, including the 1967 film "The Wild Angels" and the 1968 film "Speedway" with Elvis Presley.

Despite her success in the music and entertainment industry, Sinatra faced numerous challenges as a woman in a male-dominated industry. She was often criticized for her looks and criticized for not writing her songs, despite having a hand in the creative process. However, she remained steadfast and continued to pursue her passion for music.

After the 1960s, Sinatra's music career declined, and she shifted her focus to acting and producing. She appeared in numerous films, including "The Last of the Secret Agents?" and "The Delta Force." She also produced television shows, including the 1980s hit series "Murder, She Wrote" starring Angela Lansbury.

In the 1990s, Sinatra experienced a career resurgence when her music was rediscovered by a new generation of fans. Her songs were featured in movies like "Pulp Fiction" and "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery," and she performed at numerous concerts and events.

In recent years, Sinatra has continued to perform and record music. She has also been actively involved in various philanthropic causes, including supporting the fight against AIDS and promoting animal welfare.

Overall, Nancy Sinatra has had a successful and diverse career in the entertainment industry. Her iconic hits, sultry voice, and glamorous image have made her a pop culture icon, and her resilience and determination have inspired generations of women in the industry.

Solo Albums:

  • Boots (1966)
  • How Does That Grab You? (1966)
  • Nancy in London (1966)
  • Sugar (1967)
  • Country, My Way (1967)
  • Nancy (1969)
  • Woman (1972)
  • One More Time (1995)
  • Sheet Music (1998)
  • How Does It Feel? (1999)
  • California Girl (2002)
  • Nancy Sinatra (2004)
  • Shifting Gears (2013)
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