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This is your source for news, links and notes from our program celebrating the life and career of the Entertainer of the 20th Century.

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Holiday Episodes


During the holidays, we’ll be continuing to listen to some old time radio broadcasts appropriate to the season.

Here's the link to the full list at my main Website.


Keep checking that page as I'll be adding new episodes each day.

Merry Christmas!

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Today We Celebrate An Extraordinary Life

Today marks the anniversary of Frank Sinatra's birth. Celebrations are happening in the town of his nativity, in New York City and all over the world.

Special observances are happening online and on the radio too.

An exclusive video has been made available on the Official Website. It's from a performance at Carnegie Hall on June 25th, 1980. Members are also sharing their own remembrances on the forums there.

Sirius Satellite Radio's Siriusly Sinatra channel is playing his music all day as well.

In our household, we'll be listening to Sirius and to Sinatra's Christmas albums, and will watch some Sinatra movies this evening.

I hope that wherever you are, you'll be joining the celebration in your own way.

Monday, December 07, 2009

Episode 127: Room For A Stranger

Kicking things off for the Holiday Season of 2009, this week on The Frank Truth Sinatra Podcast we've got a Hallmark Christmas special originally broadcast on the CBS Radio Network on December 19th, 1946. The program stars Frank Sinatra as Lieutenant Joel Scott in Room For A Stranger.

Click here for the MP3 file, or subscribe for free through iTunes.

Links and Shownotes

Articles about Frank Sinatra, Jr.
David Cace's Article at the Jersey Boys Blog

Michele Dressen's Review of Sinatra at Encore

Interview with Jack Jones

Sinatra.com Holidays 2009 Page

Christmas with Sinatra and Friends

Christmas Songs By Sinatra at eMusic

This podcast episode was licensed by BMI and ASCAP. The Old Time Radio Show included is a work in the Public Domain. We encourage you to purchase and enjoy legally distributed music.

Our Opening Theme is Here's That Swing Thing by Pat Longo (from the album Billy May For President) used by permission.