This Week: Not-so-terrible Twos

Alan Seltzer winds up his second year as the host of "The Grooveyard" Thursday night at 9 PM by sharing some of his favorite moments from the last two years.  Included are excerpts from interviews with Gary U.S. Bonds, Darlene Love, Ronnie Spector and Pat St, John. Alan officially assumed hosting duties of "The Grooveyard"... Continue Reading →

Top Ten @ 10: September 6, 1963

Before we get to this week's survey, have you voted this week for the songs in our "Grooveyard Greats" survey?  The first survey in the first round begins this week.  Current polls will be posted each week on the "Grooveyard Greats" link.  Vote here for your favorite songs of 1963, and visit our "Grooveyard Greats"... Continue Reading →

This Week: Ronnie Spector

Ronnie Spector, lead singer of The Ronettes and an iconic figure of the Grooveyard era, will join host Alan Seltzer on Thursday night's edition of "The Grooveyard".  The Ronettes had hits with "Be My Baby", "Baby I Love You", "The Best Part of Breaking Up", "Do I Love You" and "Walking In the Rain".  She... Continue Reading →

Top Ten @ 10: July 5, 1961

Here's the Top Ten songs of July 5, 1961 as heard on "The Grooveyard", with Bobby G in for Alan Seltzer. #10 "Stand by Me" by Ben E. King #9 "Those Oldies But Goodies (Remind Me of You)" by Little Ceasar and the Romans #8 "Raindrops" by Dee Clark #7 "Tonight (Could Be the Night)"... Continue Reading →

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