It's a big switch: Buddy Holly (twice) and the Del Vikings return to the top five on the Great 88 survey, but with different songs from last year. Check out the full list.
Best of: Love for July
We'll share lots of Love to celebrate July birthdays Saturday night on The Grooveyard--a six-pack of hits by Darlene Love, that is. Join the party Saturday at 7 PM ET.
Best of: We’re Having a Party
We kick off Memorial Day Weekend, and the unofficial start of summer by featuring party songs. Join the party!
Best of: March Madness
You won't hear "Don't Go Breaking My Bracket" Saturday night, but you will hear a six-pack of other hits by Neil Sedaka. We also go Under the Covers with Mike Love of the Beach Boys and celebrate other March birthdays. Join the party Saturday night.
Twelve Days of Greats 2021: No. 91
Bob Crewe noticed a couple embracing through a window, and a hot song was born.
Top Ten: November 6, 1957
Why is Jerry Lewis in this week's Top Ten videos? Find out here!
This Weekend: Party Time
The Grooveyard features songs about time tonight, so spend some time with us!
1957 – The Results
For the second year in a row, Buddy Holly dominated the first round survey for the top songs of 1957.
Top Ten: September 4, 1957
It wasn't planned, but the late Don Everly and his brother Phil top this week's Top Ten in our first new survey since his passing.
This Weekend: The Kickoff
A Labor Day weekend tradition...We kick off the 10th annual Great 88 by counting down the all-time Top 20 songs from the first nine surveys.