; The Frank Sinatra Detention Club

Wednesday, December 8, 2021

The FS Detention Club is returning!

After an extended hiatus, the FS Detention Club will be returning in 2022 with new episodes!

In the meantime,  the next couple of weeks will see the return of favorite Detention Club Holiday episodes. Streaming on Vinyl Voyage Radio.





Saturday, May 8, 2021

The Seasons with Sinatra

On the next episode of the FS Detention Club, we are traveling through the seasons with Sinatra -- Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Which season did Sinatra sing about more? Find out on the next episode.



Saturday, April 24, 2021

Sinatra: The Underrated

Everyone has their favorite Sinatra tunes. But when people think of Sinatra, they tend to think of his classic songs. On this episode of the FSDC, we look at some of his more underrated masterpieces.

This episode premieres Saturday, April 24 at 12pm (eastern) on Vinyl Voyage Radio.



Saturday, April 17, 2021

Drinking With Sinatra -- on the next FSDC

Sinatra was a master of the saloon song. On the next episode of the Detention Club, we will listen to his best. This week, streaming on Vinyl Voyage Radio.



Saturday, April 3, 2021

Nothing But Shellac!

On the next FS Detention Club, we are spinning nothing but shellac. That's right: original shellac disks, spinning at 78 rpm. We will be featuring Sinatra's second album, "Songs by Sinatra" from 1947. 


Listen at the following times (Eastern) on Vinyl Voyage Radio:

Saturday, April 3    12pm
Sunday, April 4       2pm
Monday, April 5      8pm
Thursday, April 8    3am

Friday, March 26, 2021

Next Episode: The Vinyl and Shellac Show

On the next episode of the FS Detention Club, we are spinning Vinyl and Shellac. Sinatra went solo at a time of transition in music. In 1948, his first album was re-released on the very first pop vinyl album, spinning at 33 1/3 rpm. But he also released music in the older format 78 rpm, on shellac.

We will spin Sinatra's first release, The Voice of Frank Sinatra on a 1952 45 rpm vinyl disc set and several singles from the 40s on 78 rpm shellac.