Over on The Stacks, we've reprinted Tom Junod's 1994 story about Frank Sinatra Jr., which will hit you right square in the feels.

The Old Man introduces a song, but Junior has cued up the wrong music, and there is a moment of confusion, and then the inevitable rough lash of the Old Man's voice: "The wrong music? Get out of here ... what good are you?" Then he softens and turns to the crowd and asks "Did I introduce him? This is my son, Frank Jr. He's a nice boy."

Read the whole thing below.