Whether one knows him by one of his popular sobriquets ("Ol' Blue Eyes" or "The Voice") or just through his distinctive vocal styling, Francis Albert Sinatra remains one of the most popular singers ever. These two sites pay tribute to his legacy through words and music, both of which are quite apropos. The first link leads to the homepage of The Sounds of Sinatra, which is a radio program hosted by Sid Mark. Here visitors can listen to the program and learn about the persons who helped Sinatra along the way, including noted arrangers, bandleaders, and composers. The second site leads to a lovely page created by the Jersey Journal in order to offer a diverse portrait of one of the Garden State's favorite sons. Here visitors can join one of many discussion forums, peruse a photo gallery of Sinatra throughout the years, and of course, material on his friends and colleagues, including Dean Martin and Peter Lawford.