January 9, 1988

January9Today in 1988, Frank Sinatra was paid $1 million for a single performance in Australia.

The performance, which helped to launch a new resort on Australia’s Gold Coast, was Sinatra’s first performance in the country in 14 years. He had been banned by Australian unions in 1974 after calling female and male reporters “hookers” and “drunks,” respectively.

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