Playing an eclectic mix of tracks from the last several decades, all on glorious vinyl. Just as music should be.
Bruce David Janu's first feature documentary, Facing Sudan, hit the festival circuit in 2007 and garnered two best documentary awards. In 2008, he released a follow-up entitled, Crayons and Paper, which is currently showing on the Documentary Channel.
As a teacher by trade, he has written several books and has published articles for Illinois History Teacher.
Currently, he is working on his first novel, Lilac Wine. He also runs a blog documenting his struggle with Crohn's disease. That blog is entitled "41 Pills a Day."
Back in 2010, Janu began going through the boxes that contained his record collection. He hadn't opened them in years. He fixed a turntable and rediscovered his love of vinyl. Going through the collection, he was struck by the amount of K-Tel records he had. That's when the idea hit to start a radio station. And Vinyl Voyage was born.