The 60s iconic Nancy Sinatra, daughter of Frank Sinatra, became popular with her hit song, “These Boots Were Made for Walking.” However, this was not the only song that touched the hearts of her fans.
The gorgeous American singer had performed one of the songs, “Sock It to Me Sunshine,” on The Ed Sullivan Show. The song was initially taken from an album by The Curtain Calls.
Ed Sullivan’s famous television show began with the host inviting Nancy Sinatra onstage. The talented singer got on stage with elegance. She wore white trousers and a colorful floral printed shirt.
The stage had a colorful setup with various shades of yellow and green. It looked like a garden with small grasses and a big bright sun in the background. The colorful flowers enhanced the look and beauty of the set.
Nancy danced in a lively style and looked happy as she performed on the colorful stage. In the love song, “Sock It to Me Sunshine,” Nancy portrays her feeling for her imaginary lover with whom she wants to spend time.
She lit the stage with her charismatic performance and lovely voice. Nancy sounded energetic and happy, and she enjoyed every moment of her performance on stage on the Ed Sullivan Show.
This 60s song indeed brought out the incredible talent of Nancy Sinatra and was one of the grooviest songs of that time. Nancy’s flawless beauty and mesmerizing voice truly made this song a timeless classic.