A great year for music, as shown by this week's widely diverse Top Ten survey.
We honor Leonard Chess, the founder of Chess (and Checker) Records, with an hour of the label's hits.
We'll celebrate the first Saturday of 2021 with the first Top 40 hits by some of your favorite artists. Join the party!
In a year of upsets, the Great 88 survey for the best songs of 1963 showed rare consistency, with four songs repeating in the Top Five. Here's the results, along with videos.
Join host Alan Seltzer on "The Grooveyard" Saturday night at 7 PM when we feature artists celebrating birthdays this month. We'll share a six-pack of hits by The Shirelles in honor of August birthdays by Doris Kenner, Doris Coley and Beverly Lee. The Under the Covers segment features Felice Bryand, composer of "Bye Bye Love".... Continue Reading →
It was the year when Lyndon Baines Johnson was sworn in as president following the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. It was also the year when James Bond made his way into movie theaters, when Martin Luther King delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech, and when a group from Liverpool made their way to... Continue Reading →
The Grooveyard will offer repeat broadcasts the next two weeks while host Alan Seltzer is sidelined. While he feels healthy, a coworker in his office received a positive result on a test for Coronavirus. As a result, a 14-day quarantine began Friday. This week's rebroadcast will feature a Flashback special featuring the Top 50 songs... Continue Reading →