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It Isn't Easy Being Frank Sinatra Jr.

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.

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