A six-pack of hits by Gary U.S. Bonds and an Under the Covers segment with the Beach Boys highlight our June birthday celebration.
The 1959 Oscars ended 20 minutes ahead of schedule. That highlight from 62 years ago probably won't happen this weekend. However, we'll share some great musical memories from that year on a Flashback Saturday.
Fats Domino, Carole King and Gerry Goffin highlight our February birthday celebration. Also, find out which two members of a vocal group celebrate their birthday on the same day. (Spoiler Alert: "Twins" is not in the group title.)
Join us for an hour of the greatest hits and forgotten favorites produced or written by Phil Spector.
Saturday night at 7 PM, join Alan Seltzer for a repeat broadcast the top hits of 1959 in a Flashback special show on "The Grooveyard". We'll count down the Top 50 songs of the year and share as many other hits that charted in 1959 as possible. Technical issues prevented recording the scheduled program for... Continue Reading →
In honor of the delayed start of baseball season, double plays with two-sided hits will be featured on The Grooveyard Saturday night. Included is a six-pack of three two-sided hits by Elvis Presley, who had 14 two-sided hits, more than any other artist in the 1950s and 1960s. (The Beatles were second with nine, and... Continue Reading →
It was the year when Alaska and Hawaii gained statehood...when the Oscars actually ended 20 minutes ahead of schedule...when America took steps to enter the space race...and when we saw the plane crash now known as "The Day the Music Died". Saturday night at 7 PM, join Alan Seltzer for a repeat broadcast the top... Continue Reading →