Larry King on Sinatra and The Meaning of a Life’s Work


For The Curious,

Thank you, so many of you, for sending along photos of where you listen to Big Questions. It’s been so wonderful to see the spots around the world where we are connecting.

It reminds me of all the dots on the world map of Larry King’s iconic set at CNN years back.

It’s hard to believe that I begin Act III in life with a microphone in front of me. I never

really saw myself as a broadcaster when I was younger. But 3,000 breakfasts with Larry have pulled somebody new out of me.

I wouldn’t be writing this note to you if not for Larry’s kindness and mentorship. This episode allows me to say thanks. It also allows YOU to hear some epic stories from Larry that offer a window into the talent, humor and discipline that makes him who he is. The Sinatra story is one of my favorites.

This is one of those conversations that is only going to get better with time.

Thanks for coming along on the journey.



Kevin HekmatComment