Top Ten: February 2, 1957


Here’s the Grooveyard Top Ten for February 2, 1957 as played tonight by Alan Seltzer on “The Grooveyard”:

#10

“Singing the Blues” by Guy Mitchell

#9

“A Thousand Miles Away by The Heartbeats

#8

“Honky Tonk by Bill Doggett

 


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#7

“Without Love” by Clyde McPhatter

#6

“Ain’t Got No Home” by Clarence “Frogman” Henry

#5

“Jim Dandy” by LaVern Baker

#4

“Since I Met You Baby” by Ivory Joe Hunter


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  #3

“Blueberry Hill” by Fats Domino

#2

“Love is Strange” by Mickey and Sylvia

#1

“Blue Monday” by Fats Domino

Love Songs SurveyJust one week remains to vote 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 February 9th at 10 PM.  Pick your 10 favorite songs from each list.  You can also write in other songs if your choice isn’t listed.

Tickets are now on sale for “Laughing With the Lions”, a benefit to raise funds to build a playground for kids of all abilities.  Alan Seltzer, the host of “The Grooveyard” will MS=C the show, taking place March 2nd at Hays Theatre at Molloy College.  The show features Paul Anthony (Long Island Comedy Festival), Jean Kim, (Gotham Comedy Club and Stand Up New York, Stevie G.B. (the world’s funniest accountant) and Rich Walker (Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Foxwoods).  Get your tickets here, and find out more about the plans for the playground here.

Listen to “The Grooveyard” following “Rick’s Redneck Ranch” each Saturday night at 7 PM on 88.1 FM on Long Island, by clicking the 88.1 FM link on wcwp.org or via the TuneIn app.  or the 88.1 FM button on the new WCWP app for Android or iPhones.  You can also follow us on Twitter.

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