Sinatra Talks About Stage Fright, Fan Mail and More

In this wide-ranging interview from 1988, Frank Sinatra talks to Larry King about political involvement, fan mail, international fame, the reason for humming, Pavarotti, why he still sings, being considered “over-the-hill”, stage fright, and more:

On stage fright, Sinatra says, “The first four or five seconds, I tremble every time I take the step and I walk out of the wing onto the stage, because I keep thinking to myself, ‘I wonder if it will be there.'”

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