|February 6, 1943 in History|
Singer Frank Sinatra debuts on radio's "Your Hit Parade"
Frank Sinatra History:
May 14, 1998 - Frank Sinatra, singer/actor, From Here to Eternity, dies at 82
January 9, 1997 - Heart attacks sends Frank Sinatra back to hospital
June 14, 1980 - Theme From New York, New York by Frank Sinatra hits #32
January 26, 1980 - 175,000 pay to hear Frank Sinatra sing in Rio de Janeiro
May 11, 1974 - "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" by Frank Sinatra hits #83
July 19, 1966 - 50 year old Frank Sinatra marries 21 year old Mia Farrow in Las Vegas
February 13, 1961 - Frank Sinatra launches Reprise label under Warner Bros Records
December 19, 1960 - Frank Sinatra's 1st session with Reprise Records (Ring-A-Ding-Ding)
March 27, 1951 - Frank Sinatra recorded "I'm a Fool to Want You"
December 31, 1943 - New York City's Times Square greets Frank Sinatra at Paramount Theater
February 7, 1941 - Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey Orchestra record "Everything Happens to Me"
February 2, 1940 - Frank Sinatra's singing debut in Indianapolis, Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
July 13, 1939 - Frank Sinatra made his recording debut
December 12, 1915 - Frank Sinatra, born in Hoboken, vocalist/actor, old blue eyes
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