Harvey Sheldon
 Founder & President
 EMMIS Foundation
 harveysheldontv.com
 harveysheldontv@msn.com
 tel. 714 281 5929
 Available 24/7 for INTERVIEWS

The Emmis Foundation


First ever World Jewish Network

Caught on Tape

Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles

Harvey Sheldon first to broadcast 24/7 stereo fm in the nation, WUPY FM in Boston, first to program Rock N'Roll on FM in the country, KLFM in Los Angeles, first to create and donate the nation's first...The Harvey Sheldon Rock N' Roll Video and History Research Library and first to create and donate The Harvey Sheldon Jewish American Music Video and History Research Library, both libraries are at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Harvey Sheldon's home town.

As a tribute to his home town of Philadelphia, to who created and invented Bandstand on WFIL TV-CH 6, being Bob Horn and Harvey Sheldon having the concept of having the kids to dance on the show. He has created a radio and television station on the internet...Programming all of the hit records from Bob Horn's Bandstand era.

Listen to those great singers and the big swing bands of, Eddie Fisher, Kay Starr, Four Aces, The Ames Brothers, Mario Lanza, Kitty Kallen, Patti Page, Tersea Brewer, Peggy Lee, Vic Damone, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Stan Kenton, Tommy Dorsey, Ray Anthony, Billy May, Ralph Flanagan the Mambo music of Prez Prado, Tito, Puente and lots more of the greatest era of the American Song book of the Golden age of Pop Music. Tune in 24/7 to harveysheldonbandstand2000.com (On the air now to preview-Official launch date June 15,2006)

For the first time in Jewish history, Harvey Sheldon has created a Jewish radio and television network, that can be listened to anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week..tune in- worldjewishnetwork.com Launch date is on May 16

Harvey Sheldon presents the World Jewish Network, programming 24/7 exclusively classic,traditional Yiddish and Jewish and Israeli popular music. Lend an ear and kvell to the music and dance.

Since ancient biblical times, Jewish culture has been wedded to music and songs. Jewish music is extremely innovative, vibrant, very melodic and filled with great passion. Listen to this historical Jewish music you hear at celebratory events, weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and other festive occassions. Even at concerts Jewish music has everyone dancing in the aisles.

Come and listen to your favorite Jewish Folk songs, the music from the Yiddish theater musicals, and all of your favorite popular Jewish music. Songs like, Hava Nagila, Tzena,Tzena, Tzena, Raisins and Almonds, My Yiddishe Momme, Eili Eili, Shalom Aleichem, The Anniversary Song, To Life, Sunrise Sunset, Rumania, Rumania and thousands more to listen, performed by your favorite Jewish singers and even from Connie Frances.

So cut off the end of a fresh rye bread. Rub it with garlic, smear it with chicken fat, and fill up a glass with sweet red kosher wine. Now tune in the worldjewishnetwork.com and have a "Happy Hour"

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