This Day in History

Frank Sinatra, one of the most influential and popular American musical artists of the 20th century, died on May 14, 1998. Known for his smooth voice and charismatic stage presence, Sinatra’s career spanned five decades, reshaping jazz and pop music. Beyond his musical impact, Sinatra was also known for his film career and his role in popularizing Las Vegas as a hub of entertainment. His death marked the end of an era, but his music continues to influence artists and delight audiences around the world.