Never-before-seen pictures of Sinatra featured at gallery
Decades before it became the norm for celebrities to post selfies on Instagram, one singer was taking selfies "his way."
According to the New York Daily News, a never-before-seen 1938 photo depicts a 23-year-old Frank Sinatra posing in front of a mirror in his Hoboken bathroom. That and other photos of a young Blue Eyes are a part of "The Sinatra Experience," a collection of images of Sinatra at the Morrison Hotel Gallery in New York City. The exhibit, which focuses on the Chairman of the Board's formative years, marks a hundred years since the iconic crooner's birth.At the time of the selfie, Sinatra was most likely still working as a singing waiter at The Rustic Cabin in New Jersey. A year later he would release his first commercial record "From the Bottom of My Heart." Two years after that he would become ranked as the top male artist on Billboard.
"The Sinatra Experience" is open at the Morrison Hotel Gallery from March 6th to 25th.
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