New York City, 1944
In the days before boy bands, Frank Sinatra was causing a ruckus among would-be teenyboppers. When New York's Paramount Theater booked the Italian Stallion for several back-to-back performances, savvy fans who attended the first show refused to leave the venue. When the thousands of screaming female fans waiting outside weren't allowed in, it caused full-on rioting in the streets. Some of the lucky fans who made it in to the Paramount reportedly sat through so many shows without eating they started to collapse from exhaustion. Now that's devotion!