Luis Miguel’s fame and talent have led him to make more than one of his dreams come true, parts of his story that are being told little by little on the small screen with Luis Miguel: The series. It is right in the plot of the fifth opus of the second season where we could see the singer meet his great idol, Frank Sinatra; However, the story of the two goes beyond what has been shown on TV.
Â© GettyImagesFrank Sinatra is one of Luis Miguel’s favorite singers
In the mid-90s, Luis Miguel confessed his admiration for the famous singer. “I am very happy to be here this evening because, when I was a child, I had the opportunity to listen to the songs of Frank Sinatra”, he counted a few minutes before going on stage at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles to perform with him at the concert in honor. at 80 years of Sinatra.
âI learned English through his songs. Years later, I had the opportunity to sing on one of his albums, Duets II; it was a dream come true. So happy birthday Frank, thank you very much. And I hope everyone will come and fly with me tonight, âhe added happily before singing the song Come Fly with Me. This participation was also invited Paula abdul, Bind, Bob dylan Yes Tony bennett; to name a few.
Â© GettyImages Luis Miguel realized his dream of singing with Frank Sinatra in the mid-90s
In the Netflix series, Luis Miguel, played by Diego Boneta, did not lose the opportunity to sing on the duet album of his idol, with whom he had a memorable first meeting. With some modesty, El Sol responded by “trying” to be a great singer, a compliment he received from Sinatra. âAh, you try. Are you singing or not? Replied the New Jersey native.
Letter from Sinatra to Luis Miguel
Luis Miguel’s career continued to rise and in 1996 he was awarded one of the Stars Wanted on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, an event of his life that Frank Sinatra celebrated. In a letter, he expressed his joy at this recognition and expressed his congratulations.
Â© @ lmxlm Luis Miguel received his star on the Walk of Fame in 1996
Dear Micki, For years it has been flattering to hear young singers talking about the new Frank Sinatra. It was even better when I heard about a young Mexican who had no comparison with anyone â, we can read in the letter which resurfaces these days on social networks.