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Question 1 of 8
Sinatra got his first big break when he was discovered by:Correct
After just a year with Harry James’s band, Sinatra was recruited by the more popular Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.Incorrect
Question 2 of 8
After 16 Top 10 hits with the Dorsey Orchestra, Sinatra began his solo career. Soon after…Correct
Not long after Sinatra went solo, he was met with screaming teenage girls whose unprecedented fandom was dubbed by the press as “Sinatramania.”Incorrect
Question 3 of 8
At the end of the ’40s, Sinatra expanded his success by entering the field of:Correct
Sinatra became a credited actor in films such as Reveille with Beverly and Step Lively, and was signed by MGM Studios.Incorrect
Question 4 of 8
At a low point in his career in the early ’50s, Sinatra began to perform regularly in :Correct
He was one of the first major artists to do so.Incorrect
Question 5 of 8
Sinatra soon got himself back in the limelight, teaming with iconic arranger:Correct
Now under the Capitol Records label, Sinatra produced hits with Riddle such as “Young at Heart” and “I Get a Kick Out of You.”Incorrect
Question 6 of 8
In the ’60s, Sinatra was known as the leader of a group stars known as:Correct
Other members of the group included fellow entertainers Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, and Joey Bishop.Incorrect
Question 7 of 8
Sinatra’s signature song “My Way,” recorded in 1969, signified a focus on:Correct
Sinatra continued to find success by taking a nostalgic approach to his music, while bands like the Beatles were becoming hits among the young generation.Incorrect
Question 8 of 8
Before retiring in 1995, Sinatra produced his best-selling album at the time in 1993, Duets, a collaboration with:Correct
Duets II, produced in 1995, won Sinatra his 13th and final GRAMMY award.Incorrect