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When his record sales began to dip by the end of the 1950s, Sinatra left Capitol to establish his own record label, Reprise.
In association with Warner Bros., which later bought Reprise, Sinatra also set up his own independent film production company, Artanis. He received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and headlined the 1965 Newport Jazz Festival with Count Basie's Orchestra.
He also recorded the duet "Something Stupid" with daughter Nancy, who'd previously made waves with the feminist anthem "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'." The two reached No.
1 for four weeks with "Something Stupid" in spring 1967.
Sinatra's popularity began to slide in the postwar years, however, leading to a loss of his recording and film contracts in the early 1950s.
He'd already been a member of the glee club in his high school and began to sing at local nightclubs.
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Kennedy's election in 1960 and later supervised JFK's inaugural gala in Washington.
The relationship between the two soured, however, after the president canceled a weekend visit to Sinatra's house due to the singer's connections to Chicago mob boss Sam Giancana.