Nancy Sinatra to host own radio show

Morrissey's pal will focus on the music of her father

Nancy Sinatra to host own radio show
Sixties songstress Nancy Sinatra is set to begin a new career as radio DJ by hosting a show dedicated to the music of her father.

The singer, famous for her hit ’These Boots Are Made for Walkin’’[b] and a collaboration on [b]’Something Stupid’ with her father Frank Sinatra, will host the show on Sirius Satellite Radio in the US, whose most famous host is currently ‘shock-jock’ Howard Stern.

Sinatra will make available more than 1,700 songs, live performances and interviews with her father, compiled by her and her brother over years of research. More than half the content on the show will feature her father.

--By our New York staff.
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