The Grooveyard takes a week off as WCWP Radio celebrates the station's 60th anniversary with a 60-hour Homecoming Weekend. However, Grooveyard host Alan Seltzer will bring back his old show, "Seltzer With a Twist" Sqaturday at 10 PM.
We celebrate the 60th anniversary of WCWP with the Top Ten songs today in 1961, just nine days before the station went on the air.
Not one, but three spectacular surveys are featured on The Grooveyard. We feature some of the great early rock songs from Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Then we offer a bonus survey on the Grooveyard Top Ten, with the best songs from this date on 1955 and 1961. The second survey features the hits from when WCWP went on the air. Join us!
A great Memory for long-time New Yorkers. Channel 11's Lloyd Thaxton introduces one of the songs on tonight's Top Ten.
We'll travel around the country musically this Fourth of July weekend by playing songs with cities in the title. Join the holiday party. Hot dogs are optional.
The Grooveyard celebrates nine years with Alan Seltzer as host by playing songs that peaked at #9. We'll also have some surprises.
Our celebration of November birthdays includes a collection of hits written by Bob Crewe plus some surprises.
The scenario is the same, but the songs are different. Only six votes separated the top four songs, with a significant drop after the top-rated hits. Only a dozen songs were within 2% of the top position, and another seven were within 3%. Dion and Gene McDaniels made it to the top five for the... Continue Reading →