The Voice of Frank Sinatra. One of the most
recognizable sounds in the world.
Used by many, worldwide (long before the internet), to celebrate;
mourn; wallow in self pity; try to mend a broken heart. Common
ground. Those who may not agree on anything else agree on
this...The greatness of Sinatra.
It feels like it's always been around. It most likely will forever
be with us. Regardless of the technology -- 78; 45; 33; MP3; CD; TV;
Radio; Film; VHS; DVD -- it translates well...and we continue to
gravitate toward it.
"Sunday Sinatra" is a humble little show broadcast here on Long
Island (NY) from 10am to 12 noon. My name is Rich Keith, a guy who
has been bouncing around radio here on the Island since I'm 18
(1977), and I am your humble host. Response, so far, has been
swell. Feel free to weigh in at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"I'm Rich Keith and this is Sunday Sinatra". That' s how I open the
program every Sunday morning. Thanks to the World Wide Web, and
Rick Kiss at the D.R. Radio Network, everyday can now be Sunday.
Has the internet ever been put to better use?