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City National Grove of Anaheim
West of the Orange Fwy 2200 E. Katella Avenue Anaheim, CA 92806
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45 events
13 reviews
3 stars
The venue is nice and seating was comfortable. Parking is easy and close.
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6 events
2 reviews
1 stars
The weather was Cool with slight rain but who cares it was an indoor event.. I wore Jeans shirt and casual shoes. Wear comfortable shoes, you might be stuck standing the whole time.
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“The true Mother of female rock.” Rock City Magazine
One of the “50 Sexiest Artists Of All Time.” Blender Magazine
“Groundbreaking, heartbreaking and eternally cool.” Rolling Stone senior editor, David Wild


In the mid 1960s Nancy Sinatra took the image of a girl crying over her diary for a boy who wouldn’t behave, and changed it to a woman who let her men know in no uncertain terms just how things were going to be. Songs like “So Long Babe” and “How Does that Grab You, Darlin’?” helped her do it.

“These Boots Are Made for Walkin’” kicked open the doors for a whole new category of women in rock. Nancy’s tough girl attitude preceded women’s liberation and created the first rebel chick singer. A female revolution was born.

Armed with a signature style, catchy songs, memorable album covers and sexy, soft but confident pictures in magazines, Nancy hit the charts 22 times, becoming a role model for young, independent women as well as an icon of pop culture—rock and roll would never be the same!

Nancy Sinatra has collaborated on tracks with a generation of artists raised on her stylish pop such as Morrissey, Bono and Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker, among others for her new album To Nancy, With Love due out this month.

Special guest Tina Dico was voted Best Composer at the Danish Music Critics Awards and won a Grammy at the Danish Music Awards in the highly coveted Best Songwriter category. Billboard says about her latest album: "One track that must be singled out, “Home” sounds like a long-lost recording from Joni Mitchell. Color this gorgeous."