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Frank Sinatra: Nassau Coliseum, Long Island NY

Wayne Robins, Creem, August 1974

FOR A MOMENT, it seemed that the entire white population of Carle Place, Uniondale and environs had migrated across the parkway green en masse to Nassau Coliseum. It was rather more likely, of course, that the toughest ticket in Long Island history, for the Frank Sinatra show, was available to a wider cross-section through normal channels: Republican party and/or Italian-American Club patronage.

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