An entirely new assessment of the most important figure in the 20th century. Michael Freedland has interviewed over 100 people, including those closest to Sinatra, many of whom reveal details about his life that have never been published before. The story of Sinatra's life is brought right up to date, with the details of the mental and physical problems that have dogged him in the 1990's, and tales from the recording studio as he recorded " Duets ', probably his last album, and the performers who sang with him and their reaction to Old Blue Eyes. All the Way discusses Sinatra the performer, the singer and the actor and the life which has made him the most enduring and successful of Holywood Artistes over more than half a century.
Michael Freedland is the author of 33 books, mostly biographies of leading personalities and figures in the world of entertainment. He writes for newspapers and magazines in Britain and America. He broadcasts frequently on the BBC - including a seven-part series on American comedy - and a four part series for Channel Four.