It's time to say good-bye.
The survey for your favorite song from 1962 was a study in contrasts. On one end, Freddie Cannon was in the Top 5 for the eighth time n 11 years, and Gene Chandler for the 4th straight year. On the other side, Dee Dee Sharp reached one of the top positions for the first time ever.
The Great 88 kickoff show originally scheduled for tonight has been postponed. However, early voting closes tonight for the first round of the Great 88. Pick your 10 favorites from all nine first-round surveys.
Retro Dee shares the songs she voted for in the Summer Song Survey--plus one that she didn't vote for.
We won't have a lot of time on Saturday night, so we'll have a lot of time. The Grooveyard will have an abbreviated show, so all the songs will be about time. Join the party while you can!
The battle for the best song of 1956 was the usual battle, with all five songs returning to the top spots three or more times. Here's the results.
The Grooveyard returns with a new show this weekend after several weeks of repeats following the Covid-19 shutdown of the WCWP studios. Join host Alan Seltzer as he belatedly celebrates his eighth anniversary as host of the show. Alan became the official host of the show May 3, 2012, and has continued the tradition of... Continue Reading →
While visiting the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City last week for their first anniversary, I found this obscure display case with a letter from Buddy Holly to his mother. 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... Continue Reading →