By An Anonymous Reader
All the people CBS trotted out on the 100th Sinatra birthday special—from Adam Levine to Lady Gaga to John Legend, showed only one thing: How little talent there is out there right now, compared to Frank Sinatra. When 90-year-old Tony Bennett outsings them all... it says a lot about how little actual talent exists today. It wasn’t entertaining watching that show—it was irritating, almost like watching karaoke night somewhere in Anytown, USA, on a Saturday night. U2 I thought was passable, but the tribute to Frank was actually in showing how much he towered over the “entertainers” we have today. They couldn’t set up his microphone stand for him.
N.S.: Adam who?