frank sinatra

Christian Leave’s approach to singing is rooted in music history
Christian Leave’s approach to singing is rooted in music history
Oklahoma's Christian Leave may have earned fame making six-second clips on an app, but it’s what lies in his family lineage that’s going to make him go down in history for far longer than that. The 21-year-old indie songwriter, like his musically inclined great-grandparents before him, has an attraction to the big and the bold. His sound ...
10 artists who love performing covers as much as their own songs
10 artists who love performing covers as much as their own songs
While we’ll never complain about hearing live music ever again, there’s something special about getting to watch an artist you love cover a song by another musician. Whether it's during a concert or impromptu at a karaoke bar, some of our favorite artists have proven over the years that they’re never afraid to belt out a cover on a whim.  Some have done it...
10 covers we need to hear Brendon Urie take on next
10 covers we need to hear Brendon Urie take on next
The amazingly talented Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie has an impeccable vocal range and immense charm, making him capable of pulling off a wide array of hits, from the classic-rock era to modern pop tracks topping the charts.  While he’s already covered the likes of Frank Sinatra all the way to Halsey, many of us would love to see more of Urie’s skills put to work to tackle some of the
Panic! At The Disco get Frank Sinatra makeover with “High Hopes” cover
Panic! At The Disco get Frank Sinatra makeover with “High Hopes” cover
Panic! At The Disco have received a Frank Sinatra makeover on their track "High Hopes" thanks to Postmodern Jukebox. This is one cover you simply have to hear. Read more: 'It: Chapter Two' debuts terrifying first teaser trailer Vocalist Spencer Day channels his inner Sinatra with Postmodern Jukebox to create the perfect Brendon Urie-Sinatra blend. ...
Brendon Urie on why Sinatra is more punk than your favorite band
Brendon Urie on why Sinatra is more punk than your favorite band
When you think Frank Sinatra, you may think more "jazz" than "punk," but Panic! At The Disco's Brendon Urie is here to make the case that his idol may be more more himself a punk than bands whose music fits the genre.  "Sinatra didn't give a fuck," Urie says, explaining that his unwavering loyalty to his genre, his artistic versatility and refusal to comply with anyth