We look back at the top hits of 1958 in a Flashback special.
The 1959 Oscars ended 20 minutes ahead of schedule. That highlight from 62 years ago probably won't happen this weekend. However, we'll share some great musical memories from that year on a Flashback Saturday.
Saturday night at 7 PM, join Alan Seltzer for a repeat broadcast the top hits of 1959 in a Flashback special show on "The Grooveyard". We'll count down the Top 50 songs of the year and share as many other hits that charted in 1959 as possible. Technical issues prevented recording the scheduled program for... Continue Reading →
There was no Top Ten due to the Flashback special featuring the top songs of 1962. Here's the top songs of that year, as played tonight by Alan Seltzer: #10 "Do You Love Me" by The Contours (from Dirty Dancing Live in Concert 1988) #9 "The Loco-motion" by Little Eva #8 "Soldier Boy" by The Shirelles #7... Continue Reading →
National League baseball returned to New York when the Mets took the field for the first time. Jackie Kennedy gave Americans a tour of the White House, followed a few months later by her husband handling the Cuban Missile Crisis. And in between, Marilyn Monroe died and "West Side Story" won 10 Academy Awards including... 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 →
It was the year when Alaska and Hawaii gained statehood...when the Oscars actually ended 20 minutes ahead of schedule...when America took steps to enter the space race...and when we saw the plane crash now known as "The Day the Music Died". Saturday night at 7 PM, join Alan Seltzer for a repeat broadcast the top... Continue Reading →