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Veteran Stars You Thought Were Long Gone but Are Not Even Planning Their Retirement

Nancy Sinatra – June 8, 1940

Nancy Sinatra is considered Hollywood royalty. Born on June 8, 1940, Nancy was bound to live a luxurious life in the limelight because her father is the legendary Jazz musician Frank Sinatra.  She followed in his footsteps and achieved great success as a singer, actor, and model. Her most popular song was released in 1966 and is titled These Boots Are Made for Walkin’.

Nancy and Frank Sinatra sang a daughter-father duet entitled Somethin’ Stupid and it became the title song for blockbuster movie James Bond: You Only Live Twice. It seems like Nancy has taken a break from the limelight since she hasn’t released a new album since 2013’s Shifting Gears.  Even if she isn’t actively working in studio her old song titled Summer Wine topped the charts in 2017 after retail store H&M used it for a campaign.

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