Sid Mark launched The Sounds of Sinatra in Philadelphia 62 years ago. It all began as a call from a listener, who suggested that Sid spin one hour of Frank Sinatra.
In 1979, Sid took The Sounds of Sinatra to the national level with affiliates in New York and Los Angeles. Soon the show spread across the country to where it is today, airing on nearly 100 stations every week. This is the only radio program of its kind to have been personally authorized by Frank Sinatra.
Sid and Frank developed a personal friendship in 1966. To celebrate the anniversary of the show, Sid was invited to see Frank in Las Vegas. After seeing Frank’s show at The Sands, Sid met Frank and a friendship was formed which would last for decades.
You can hear Sid Mark and the Sounds of Sinatra every Sunday morning at 10am on WISL Radio.