CBS honored Frank Sinatra on Sunday night with it’s celebration of the man’s legacy with, “Sinatra 100: An All-Star Grammy Concert.”

It might be hard for some to believe that Old Blue Eyes would have been 100 years old but the special does a great and stylish job at paying tribute to the Chairman of the Board.

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The night began with an almost 8-minute medley featuring a variety of celebrities bringing their own renditions of Sinatra’s classics to life. First, Adam Levine came out to start things off with his performance of “I Get A Kick Out Of You,” which blended nicely into Katharine McPhee’s “You Make Me Feel So Young.”

Stepping back into the musical genre he first became famous for, Harry Connick Jr. took the stage to bring the swagger of ’60s Sinatra to the table with “My Kind Of Town (Chicago Is)” which leads into John Legend’s heartfelt rendition of “You and Me (We Wanted It All).”

Helping to bring the track home, McPhee joins Legend on stage in a duet to close the stirring medley.

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