We're totally amped to celebrate National Woodie Wagon Day Saturday night with an hour of surf music. Join the party!
Questions to ponder while enjoying this week's Top Ten: What is Frank Sinatra doing with Elvis? And why is Dick Clark dressed in western gear and wearing a beard?
Two six-packs highlight The Grooveyard this week. Lesley Gore's hits are featured during our may birthday celebration. We'll also pay tribute to the late Lloyd Price.
The annual WCWP Homecoming Weekend was cancelled this year due to Covid restrictions, but we'll celebrate anyway Saturday night on The Grooveyard.
We'll have a Bandstand Boogie Saturday night on The Grooveyard when host Alan Seltzer celebrates the 63rd anniversary of American Bandstand. Originally a local show in Philadelphia, ABC aired Bandstand nationally for the first time August 5, 1957 and changed the name to American Bandstand. We'll play many of the artists who had significant performances... Continue Reading →
It was the year of the first televised presidential debate...when Elvis was discharged from the Army...when the fight against segregation took place at a lunch counter at Woolworth's ...and Mary Martin performed "Peter Pan" live on television for the first time. Saturday night at 7 PM, join Alan Seltzer for a repeat broadcast the top... Continue Reading →
There was no Grooveyard Top Ten this week on "The Grooveyard" due to the Flashback special focusing on the music of 1960. Here's the Top Ten songs from that year: #10 "Save the Last Dance for Me" by The Drifters #9 "Handy Man" by Jimmy Jones #8 "Runnng Bear" by Johnny Preston #7 "It's Now or... Continue Reading →