Singing Was the Easy Part

Singing Was the Easy Part

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Born Vito Farinola in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn in 1928, Vic worked as an usher at the fabled Paramount Theatre before realizing a dream by shooting to the top of the Billboard Chart in 1947 with his first hit qI Have But One Heart.q He was mentored by everyone from Perry Como to Tommy Dorsey. Frank Sinatra praised his voice and became a friend for life, giving him advice on singing and women. Damone had one of the most successful careers ever had by an American pop singer and one of the most glamorous and exciting lives of any guy who lived while the Ratpack reigned. a€c He was almost thrown out of the window of a New York City hotel by a mobster. a€c He dated Ava Gardner, who got him drunk for the first time. a€c He married glamorous Italian actress Ana Maria Pierangeli and later, Diahann Carroll. a€c He appeared at the Sands Hotel during the glory days of Vegas and once took a nude chorus girl into the steam room where the Ratpack was relaxing. In Singing Was the Easy Part, he talks frankly about his bankruptcy, his many marriages and his belief in God. It's a warm, funny, and inspiring memoir from one of America's greatest pop singers.a€œMy cara#39;s the Buick over there. Take it. You can bring it back here tomorrow.a€ I stood there with his keys in my hand as he walked off with some of the others. ... I had learned how to drive and passed the test, but I hadna#39;t done it that much. ... a€œIa#39; m doing shows, Ia#39;ve got to come back here for the radio show, and you take the car?

Title:Singing Was the Easy Part
Author:Vic Damone, David Chanoff
Publisher:Macmillan - 2009-06-09


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