The mood would change dramatically, however, for Sinatra's second album of 1958, Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely.
On October 7, 1950, The Frank Sinatra Show premiered on CBS.
After the serious tone of the much lauded Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely Sinatra was back in the recording studio to cut a more buoyant album during December of 1958.
After an extended run at Caesar's Palace during May 1969, Sinatra would play at the same venue the same night Nancy Sinatra played at the Hilton and Frank Sinatra, Jr. played at the Frontier.
That year saw the release of his first concept album, The Voice of Frank Sinatra, and the debut of his own weekly radio show.
A second series of The Frank Sinatra Show premiered on October 1, 1952, but ratings were dwarfed by the likes of The Milton Berle Show.
After suffering military defeats in the time of Saul and David, the Ammonites became vassals of Judah and Israel.