Top Ten: January 13, 1961


Here’s the Grooveyard Top Ten for January 13, 1961 as played tonight by Alan Seltzer on “The Grooveyard”:

#10

“I Count the Tears” by The Drifters

#9

“Once in a While” by The Chimes

#8

“A Thousand Stars” by Kathy Young and the Innocents

Love Songs SurveyDid you vote yet?

#7

“Are You Lonesome Tonight” by Elvis Presley

#6

“Rubber Ball” by Bobby Vee

#5

“Wonderland by Night” by Bert Kaemphert and His Orchestra

#4

“There’s a Moon Out Tonight” by The Capris

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 #3

“Angel Baby” by Rosie and the Originals

#2

“Shop Around” by The Miracles

#1

“Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” by The Shirelles

Love Songs SurveyVoting is now open for your favorite Love Songs of the Grooveyard era in our pre-Valentines Day listener survey.  There’s two different polls, one for love songs of the 1950s, and one for love songs from 1960-1963.  Pick your 10 favorites from each group of years daily through January 27th at 10 PM.  Pick your 10 favorite songs from each list.  You can also write in other songs if your choice isn’t listed.

Listen to “The Grooveyard” Saturday nights from 7-10 PM. We offer the Grooveyard Top Ten each week at 8 PM, and our Party Hour at 9 PM.  You can hear us following “Rick’s Redneck Ranch” on 88.1 in Nassau County or by clicking the 88.1 FM link on wcwp.org or via the TuneIn app.   You can also follow us on Twitter.  We have the Greatest Hits and Forgotten Favorites on . . .

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