It didn’t hurt that you were the daughter of Frank Sinatra. And it really didn’t hurt that your father owned a record label.
Nancy Sinatra managed to create a career for herself that wasn’t dependent on her father, despite the advantages that it brought with it.
She managed to grab the brass ring twice during her career. The first was with “These Boots Are Made For Walking, which was one the early tough girl songs; “one day these boots are going to walk all over you.” For a week, beginning February 6, 1966, it topped the American music world.