Retro Dee gives a gift of reindeer for her Christmas column. Make that Rudolf times five.
While listeners are celebrating Easter, Passover or Ramadan while under "stay-at-home" orders this weekend, The Grooveyard brings back memories of another holiday weekend when we looked forward to spending time with friends and family members. Join host Alan Seltzer Saturday night at 7 PM for a repeat broadcast of The Grooveyard's annual holiday show. As... Continue Reading →
We'll celebrate the holiday season Thursday night at 9 PM on "The Grooveyard", when host Alan Seltzer features "A Christmas Gift for You", also known as the Phil Spector Christmas Album. The iconic album--coincidentally first released on November 22, 1963, the day of President Kennedy's assassination--features music by Darlene Love, Bobb B. Soxx and the... Continue Reading →
Even though Christmas and New Years Day are both on Thursdays this year, you can still enjoy "The Grooveyard". In fact, we have some special shows planned over the next month. Here's the details: Thursday, December 18 9-11 PM: Our annual holiday show. Lots of holiday music, Grooveyard style. Thursday, December 25: Christmas. We'll be... Continue Reading →
Darlene Love announced last week that she will end the tradition of performing "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" on late night television with the retirement of David Letterman next month after 28 years. Speaking to Billboard backstage at a charity concert, Love said "They never told me not to, but it was an unspoken thing.... Continue Reading →
This week, "The Grooveyard" offers the musical gift that you won't want to return--the results of the 2013 "Grooveyard Greats" listener survey. Votes have been counted as meticulously as Santa Claus checking who has been naughty and nice. Results for numbers 31-50 are now available in our Finals section, along with videos and additional information... Continue Reading →
In case you missed it Friday night, here's a wonderful holiday tradition featuring one of the favorite artists on "The Grooveyard." This is the 27th consecutive year Darlene Love has performed "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" on the Late Show with David Letterman's last show before the holiday. The results of our much younger end-of-year... Continue Reading →
We'll celebrate the Christmas season with this week's edition of "The Grooveyard", with host Alan Seltzer counting down the top holiday hits of the Grooveyard era. This week's show will have a delayed start following the live broadcast of special radio dramatization of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" from the Hillwood Cinema at LIU Post... Continue Reading →