This Weekend: Jumping the Sharks


Surprise!

Due to technical issues preventing live coverage of the LIU Sharks women’s hockey game, Alan Seltzer will host a full three-hour edition of The Grooveyard Saturday night.  We will celebrate One Hit Wonder Day three days late by featuring some favorite tunes from the early years of rock by otherwise forgotten artists.

We’ll also offer a full Grooveyard Top 10 with the hits of September 28, 1959 and we’ll play more of your favorites during the Grooveyard Party Hour.

Voting continues in the eighth annual Great 88 surveys.  The survey for the 10 best songs of 1958 closes on Saturday at 10 PM.  You can also pick your 10 favorite songs from  1959 and 1962  here daily.  A full first round schedule and additional information can be found here.   You can also find the results of earlier surveys in the Great 88 section.

Be sure to follow The Grooveyard’s website so you know if advance about abbreviated or pre-emted shows due to LIU sports coverage.  Along with the announcements, followers will receive a full Top Ten in their e-mail when we play a Top Five during half hour shows.  Just give us your name and e-mail 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 WCWP app for Android or iPhones.  You can also follow us on Twitter.

Join us for the Greatest Hits and Forgotten Favorites on. . .

“The Grooveyard”

…Where Oldies Come Alive!

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