Frank Sinatra: He hated "Strangers"
Frank Sinatra knew the song "Strangers in the Night" would be a massive hit from the start. And he was right. The song earned him two Grammy Awards. His son, Frank Jr., who conducted his stage orchestra, said his father's dislike of "Strangers" was obvious every time it came up on a song list late in the singer's career. Interviewer: Joyce Kulhawik.
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