American pop rock singer and actress Nancy Sinatra, birth name Nancy Sandra Sinatra (Frank Sinatra’s daughter) was born on June 8, 1940 in Jersey City, New Jersey, the United States. She began her career with help of her father appearing in the films where he played roles. Later she featured his television show where Elvis Presley was a guest. Frank Sinatra recorded a song “Nancy” dedicated to her 4th birthday. Nancy recorded theme songs for James Bond movie “You Live only Twice” and some minor hits like “Sugar Town” and "How Does That Grab You, Darlin'?" She began her serious music career in the early 1960s but gained the popularity only in Europe and in Japan. Her breakthrough hit to the American and British mainstream success was “These Boots Are Made for Walkin”. The song topped the UK singles chart and the Billboard Hot 100. Her second number one hit was a duet with her father “Somethin’ stupid”. You can download the album The Essential Nancy Sinatra in mp3 from our site.