Frankie Randall

Jazz crooner Frankie Randall was born Frank Lisbona in Clifton, New Jersey. After beginning classical piano studies at the age of seven, he migrated to jazz as a teen, landing a music scholarship from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Upon graduating, Randall began performing at the famed New York City nightclub Jilly's, owned by Frank Sinatra confidante Jilly Rizzo. Inevitably Sinatra caught Randall's act, and his enthusiastic praise led to a recording deal with RCA. Randall's 1964 debut, Frankie Randall Sings and Swings, paired him with arranger Marty Paich, a collaboration that continued a year later with his sophomore effort, Frankie Randall at It Again!

After making his feature film debut in 1965's Wild on the Beach, the singer shifted gears and teamed with arranger Billy May for his fourth LP, 1966's Going the Frankie Randall Way! Releases including I Remember You and The Mods...

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Frankie Randall Albums

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Albums featuring Frankie Randall

1 record