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Joe Franklin Presents: Growing up with Radio. Joe Franklin Presents: Growing up with Radio. Sony Music Distribution 64640.
Joe Franklin (March 9, 1926 – January 24, 2015), born Joseph Fortgang, was an American radio and television host personality, author and actor from New York City . In 1999, Franklin partnered with Producer Steve Garrin and Restaurant Mogul Dennis Riese to open Joe Franklin’s Memory Lane Restaurant at 45th Street and Eighth Avenue in New York City. The restaurant converted to become Joe Franklin’s Comedy Club. The club ceased operations after losing its lease in 2003.
Franklin's memories provide entertaining reading for those interested in early radio and television programs and performers. Franklin started his long career in the early 1940s working behind the scenes in radio with Kate Smith, Ted Collins, and Martin Block, to name a few. Since the early Fifties, Franklin has hosted a variety of television shows, some of which lasted for decades. He is a fixture in New York, where he is still on-air on radio, and just gave up his television program last year. I am thankfully old enough to remember Joe Franklin. And although I was around when Joe began on WMCA radio in 1945, switching to WINS in 1953 and WOR in 1962, I never heard him on radio. I lived in the Adirondack Mountains and their signal didn’t penetrate our area. Further, although he began on New York City TV stations in 1951, I never had cable TV until 1968, when he was firmly ensconced on WOR TV.
Aretha Louise Franklin (March 25, 1942 – August 16, 2018) was an American singer, songwriter, pianist, and civil rights activist. Franklin began her career as a child singing gospel at New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan, where her father C. L. Franklin was minister. At the age of 18, she embarked on a secular musical career as a recording artist for Columbia Records.
Joe Franklin’s most popular book is Classics of the Silent Screen.
Joe Franklin invented the TV talk show. He never said 'no' to anybody and he gave everybody a break," said Steve Garrin, a friend who produced and recorded Franklin's radio interviews. At the beginning, it was going to be a six month profession but it wound up being a half a century," Franklin said in a March 2001 clip that he said was his 500,000th interview. In the light-hearted clip, he interviewed himself.
Joe Franklin, the talk-show host who has interviewed more than 350,000 celebrities on radio and television over the last 50 years, is the latest entrant to the dining scene in the ever widening Times Square area. On Dec. 14, Mr. Franklin and his longtime producer Richard Ornstein are opening a 160-seat theme restaurant called Joe Franklin's Memory Lane Restaurant at 713 Eighth Avenue, at 45th Street.
Joe Franklin (born Joseph Fortgang; March 9, 1926 – January 24, 2015) was an American radio and television host personality from New York City. His show began in 1950 on WJZ-TV (later WABC-TV) and moved to WOR-TV (later WWOR-TV) from 1962 to 1993 . After retiring from his television show, Franklin concentrated on his overnight radio show, playing old records on WOR-AM on Saturday evenings Franklin died of prostate cancer at a Manhattan hospice on January 24, 2015 at the age of 8. .
Having growing pains? These songs can relate. If songs about growing up teach us anything, it’s that adolescence never really ends. Growing up is a tricky thing, and the process never really ends. To help you through, here's 50 songs about growing up.
|1||–Eddie Cantor||Look What You've Done||3:03|
|2||–Phil Harris And His Orchestra With Lee Norton||You've Got Me Crying Again||3:31|
|3||–The Boswell Sisters||Shuffle Off To Buffalo||3:09|
|4||–Burns And Allen||George Burns And Gracie Allen (Pts. 1 & 2)||3:16|
|5||–Alice Faye||There's A Lull In My Life||3:01|
|6||–The Andrew Sisters*||Wake Up And Live||2:46|
|7||–Mildred Bailey||Rockin' Chair||3:12|
|8||–Jerry Colonna||On The Road To Mandalay||2:36|
|9||–Hoagy Carmichael||Hong Kong Blues||2:47|
|10||–Martha Raye||Stairway To The Stars||2:47|
|11||–Eddie "Rochester" Anderson||My! My!||2:47|
|12||–Kate Smith With Jack Miller And His Orchestra*||When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain||3:15|
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