폰타임즈 소개

로고

Untitled Document
 
 
 
Untitled Document
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
  Home > 마이페이지 > 뉴스
Nancy Sinatra
Nancy Sinatra0Nancy Sinatra is an American singer and actress and the daughter of the famous singer Frank Sinatra. She became a successful artist in her own right, becoming an icon of the Swinging Sixties.

Nancy Sinatra was born on June 8, 1940, in Jersey City, New Jersey, to Frank Sinatra and his first wife, Nancy Sinatra (nee Barbato). She took acting, piano, dance, and voice lessons as she grew and made brief television appearances in her teens in 1957 and 1958 on a show hosted by her father.

She made her professional debut in 1960 as a singer. While several of her singles charted in Europe and Japan, her songs failed to gain traction in the States. It wasn’t until her 1966 hit “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’” that she began making a name for herself as a singer. The song showcased her new tough and flirtatious public image.

Nancy Sinatra also pursued acting, appearing in several TV shows and films. While she enjoyed acting, she remained focused on her singing career. She recorded the theme song to one of the James Bond films and achieved a No. 1 hit record with a collaboration with her father in “Somethin’ Stupid.” In 2006, she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.



Hannah Kim
For The Teen Times
teen/1720160138/1613367679
 
인쇄기능입니다.
1. What kinds of lessons did Nancy Sinatra take as she grew up?
2. Besides singing, what other career did Nancy Sinatra pursue?
3. What notable achievement did Nancy Sinatra accomplish in 2006?
4. Which song did Nancy Sinatra collaborate on with her father to achieve a No. 1 hit record?
 
1. How do you think having a famous parent might influence a person's career?
2. How important do you think it is for artists to have a distinctive public image?
3. What are some reasons that an artist’s work might be more popular in some countries than others?
4. What makes a song memorable or successful?
회사소개 | 회사위치 | 제휴 및 제안 | 광고안내 | 개인정보 보호정책 | 이메일무단수집거부 | Site 이용안내 | FAQ | 지원프로그램