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Frank Sinatra ‘In Concert At The Royal Festival Hall’ - Live Concert Stream

Frank Sinatra: In Concert At The Royal Festival Hall is a London concert filmed on November 16, 1970, the eve of the Chairman’s temporary retirement.

This concert was produced for the United World Colleges Fund, and Frank Sinatra was introduced to the delighted London audience by HRH Princess Grace of Monaco. His extraordinary and rare version of George Harrison’s ‘Something’ and ‘I Have Dreamed’ (from The King And I) can be seen here.

The ballads he sings are powerful and heartfelt on the day before he was to leave show business. He closes the show with an endearing rendition of ‘My Way’.

The performance can be streamed on demand with unlimited replays through the On Air website, mobile, and TV apps.

Black and white photo of a Frank Sinatra in a suit, holding a large bouquet of flowers, with the text "Frank Sinatra at the Royal Festival Hall" and "Streaming Now" above him.
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