How many of you Sinatrafiles have longed to hear more of Frank on the radio?
One of three of our local stations (A.M.) is an "Easy Listening" station that plays all the oldies - and onlyabout once every three hours they treat us to Frank, which is just a teaser. The F.M. stations play nothing but crap. However, for years I've heard about the syndicated Sid Mark weekly radio show that is two hours of nothing but Frank. But there is no station that we can get that carries it.
After much searching and investigating, a friend of mine found out that Sid has a web site where we can pick up the show on the computer. He e-mailed me the site, and it's WONDERFUL. Two solid hours of Frank - and you can log into it anytime of the day or night. I think it changes every Friday. Today the program consisted of 31 or 32 songs from 1939 to 1966, including 4 or 5 songs from that swinging concert in Melbourne, Australia with Red Norvo's Quintet.
I think it's alright if I mention this because there was a short promotional spot during the program of Nancy and one of Barbara.
If anyone is interested and not already aware of the show (it's called "Sounds of Sinatra") the web site is: