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 →
Here's the Grooveyard Top Ten for September 5, 1961 as played tonight by Alan Seltzer on "The Grooveyard": #10 "Look IN My Eyes" by The Chantels #9 "Last Night" by The Mar-keys #8 "Bless You" by Tony Orlando Did you vote yet? #7 "Who Put the Bomp" by Barry Mann #6 "School is Out" by... Continue Reading →
Labor Day Weekend traditionally means the end of summer, start of football season, the first day of school...and the kickoff of the Great 88 on The Grooveyard. Saturday night, at 7, host Alan Seltzer will celebrate the start of the ninth annual listener survey by playing the Top 20 songs from the first six surveys. ... Continue Reading →
"The Grooveyard" celebrates All American Pet Photo Day Saturday both on the air and online. The show will feature animal songs, including dogs, cats and other pets. Included is a special appearance by 8-week old parakeet Rego (right), who is sharing hosting duties with Alan Seltzer. You're also invited to share your pet photos with... Continue Reading →