|Genres:||Action & Adventure Movies Big Band & Swing Drama Movies Musicals & The Arts Pop / Rock Vocals|
|Tags:||female vocalists 60s pop oldies classic rock|
|Decades:||1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s|
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8 June 1940, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA. Determined not to rest on the laurels of famous father, Frank Sinatra, Nancy spent several years taking lessons in music, dance and drama. She made an impressive appearance in 1959 on the Frank Sinatra/ Elvis Presley television special, and two years later made her recording debut with Cuff Links And A Tie Clip. From 1960-65, she was married to pop singer Tommy Sands. Further releases were combined with a budding acting career until 1966 when, having teamed with producer/songwriter Lee Hazlewood, Nancy enjoyed an international smash with the sultry number 1 These Boots Are Made For Walkin. Its descending bass line on every verse made it one of the most recognisable hits of 1966. How Does That Grab You, Darlin, Fridays Child, and Sugar Town, all entered the US Top 40, before Somethin Stupid, a duet with her father, gave the...