This Week: A Wall and a Project

A "Wall of Sound" and a Doo-Wop Project will be featured on The Grooveyard this week. Host Alan Seltzer will celebrate the anniversary of the release of "A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector" by sharing an hour of songs from the iconic producer.  The album's release on November 22, 1963 was eclipsed in... Continue Reading →

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This Weekend: A Wall of Sound

You'll hear a Wall of Sound Saturday night on "The Grooveyard". Host Alan Seltzer will celebrate the anniversary of the release of "A Christmas Gift for You fro Phil Spector" by sharing an hour of songs from the iconic producer.  The album's release on November 22, 1963 was eclipsed in history by another newsworthy event... Continue Reading →

This Week: A Christmas Gift for You

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 →

Snowstorm “Sleighs” Shows This Week

Due to potentially unsafe travel conditions, live programming on WCWP has been cancelled tonight and tomorrow.  Therefore, "The Grooveyard" with guest host Bobby G will not air as scheduled tonight.  In addition,Grooveyard host Alan Seltzer's appearance on the Friday edition of "The Rock Show" will not take place.Since the week's broadcast of the Top Ten... Continue Reading →

This Week: It’s Time to Give

Each year at this time, we devote this section to WhyHunger and it's annual Hungerthon event.  WhyHunger is a leader in building the movement to end hunger and poverty by connecting people to nutritious, affordable food and by supporting grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance and community empowerment.  Among their many programs, a National Hunger Hotline... Continue Reading →

This Week: A Rare Phil Spector Recording

On Thursday night's edition of "The Grooveyard" at 9 PM, host Alan Seltzer will share Phil Spector singing a rarely-heard recording of "Spanish Harlem".   a song made famous by Ben E. King and The Drifters among other groups.  After Spector wrote the song with Jerry Lieber, he made a demo recording that was played... Continue Reading →

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