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Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes two very fine authors to the studio - David Lehman and Will Graham - to discuss David's new book about Frank Sinatra - SINATRA'S CENTURY. One hundred notes on the Man and his World. On the occasion of the centenary of the most beloved and enduring entertainer of our time, Sinatra’s Century is a warmly celebratory collection of one hundred short reflections on the man, his music, and his larger-than-life story—by the widely respected poet, editor, and critic David Lehman., longtime editor of the Best American Poetry series and author of books including A Fine Romance: Jewish Songwriters, American Songs In charming, witty prose, Lehman uses each of these hundred short pieces as an occasion to look back on one facet of the Sinatra story—from the singer’s origins on the streets of Hoboken, to his emergence as “The Voice” in the 1940s, to the wild ebb and flow of his career in the decades that followed. Lehman revisits stories new and familiar.
Will Graham is a best-selling author and afficionado of all things Sinatra and the Rat Pack. He joins host Pam Stack for this evening's discussion about his favorite singer Frank Sinatra. LIVE at 9pm ET / 6pm PT - call in to chat 347-633-9609. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/authorsontheair/2016/01/14/david-lehman-and-will-graham-on-frank-sinatra-on-authors-on-the-air-live
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in Real Estate
For the 100th Birthday program, host and creator of the Sinatra program Guy Steele presents newly released recordings by Frank Sinatra, including a 1966 performance w/ the Count Basie Orchestra at the Sands Hotel; his 1961 concert in Sydney, Australia; and radio appearances from the 40's
About Sinatra: The Man and the Music
Every week, host Guy Steele regales HPR listeners with the life and times of one of the 20th century's greatest entertainers -- Frank Sinatra. The program features the singer’s recorded and live performances, as well as his lesser known radio and television appearances. Unlike any other known radio show dedicated to Sinatra, Steele includes excerpts from interviews with Sinatra himself, as well as commentary.
Sinatra: The Man and the Music is produced in Honolulu by Hawaii Public Radio and can be heard regularly on Sundays from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. (HST). The show first went on the air in October 1998, 5 months after Sinatra’s passing.
About Guy Steele
Guy Steele is the host and creator of Sinatra: The Man and the Music. His foray into radio broadcasting began in 1974 at Oregon Institute of Technology. He was a DJ, play-by-play announcer, and general manager of KTEC, OIT’s campus radio station.
After college and 10 yrs working in radio in CA., he joined Edward Jones as a financial advisor in 1989, moving to Hawai?i in 1995 to manage the firm’s Kailua office.
Scott S. Smith shares his thoughts on Frank Sinatra's amazing career with December 12th having would have been the Chairman's 100th Birthday from his article in Investor's Daily.
Yet the man many call the greatest entertainer of the 20th century seemed to have peaked in 1946.
By 1954, he was at the top of the public polls again. "It was the biggest comeback in entertainment history.
in Self Help
Meet: William Deane author of Our Missing News Blog and Smooth Criminal: One Man American Crime Wave discussing Frank Sinatra's amazing, amusing and astonishing life.
January and Bill get to really "dish" some fabulous stories and legends.
Welcome to Flavor Living Radio 100th show we made it..with the help of others including foodie fans,podcast/radio channels (www.flavorlivingradio.com/artists) and the best food talk show guest there is..Today we talk with Rev George Mather about a celebrity Chef named Paul Posti.,,This Chef has cooked for Clark Gable,Elvis and many more tune-in and hear about one of the most honorable Chef's in Hollywood's Circles..and Thank You for helping us reach 100...
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Happy Birthday, Frank!
In honor of the anniversary of Frank Sinatra’s 100th Birthday, we celebrate with a tribute to the legend, featuring remarkable recordings, including famous live performances. We also pay homage to his movie career, his celebrated collaborations and notorious swagger. At the center is the Great American Songbook. We salute the composers and lyricists who birthed these standards, as well as the other ambassadors of their legacy. From The Chairman of the Board and his contemporaries to new voices we weave together our past, present and future into an undeniably American musical tapestry.
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