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Nancy Sinatra performs rare show in London

  |   June 21, 2004 at 2:41 PM
LONDON, June 21 (UPI) -- Nancy Sinatra, who left the music business in 1972, made a rare concert appearance at Morrissey's Meltdown festival in London.

Sinatra, 64, sang numerous hits at Sunday's show at Royal Festival Hall, including 1960s classics "Lightning's Girl," the James Bond theme "You Only Live Twice," and her international hit "These Boots Are Made For Walking," NME.com reported Monday.

The American singer also dedicated "Two Shots Of Happy, One Shot Of Sad," written by U2's Bono and The Edge, to her father, the late Frank Sinatra.

Sinatra, who left the entertainment business to raise her family, has a new album, "To Nancy With Love," coming out in the fall.

The new project features collaborations with Bono, The Edge, Elvis Costello and Jarvis Cocker.

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