Swing-era singing icon who won 11 Grammy Awards, including the Legend Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award for his timeless hits.
He was raised by his father, the lightweight boxer Marty O'Brien and his mother, Natalie Garaventqa, who ran an abortion clinic out of her home; he was kicked out of high school due to excessive rowdiness.
He also went by Ol' Blue Eyes and The Chairman of the Board, and was the leader of The Rat Pack. His album, Strangers in the Night, topped the Billboard and won the Grammy Award for Record of the Year.
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