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This Week: A Caravan of Hits

Thursday at 9 on “The Grooveyard”, we celebrate Dick Clark’s “Caravan of Stars” , which had it’s first concert ever in New York City this week in 1959.  148 more words

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Video of the Week: September 8. 2014

A first this week–we feature a video not for the artist or version of the song shown, but for a cover version of the song that is no longer publicly available.  170 more words

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Resurgence Requested: Celebrity Game Shows

NBC’s Hollywood Game Night (where two teams of celebs and their contestant captains play party games, with the winner getting the chance to win $25,000 in a quick-fire, timed bonus round) has just capped off  its successful second season with Jane Lynch nabbing the Emmy award for Outstanding Host (for Reality/Reality Competiton Show), so I can think of no better time to ask for a resurgence of a pop culture favourite from yesteryear – the celebrity game show. 648 more words

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Mary Wilson: Celebrating A Special 50th Anniversary

Mary Wilson spoke to Billboard to mark the 50th “Where Did Our Love Go” becoming The Supremes‘ first number-one hit.

She recalled the trio being underwhelmed when they were offered the song. 273 more words

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THE HISTORY OF ROCK 'N' ROLL 1957 - PART THREE

HOW JOHN MET PAUL – BUDDY HOLLY & THE CRICKETS – THE COASTERS – SAM COOKE – TOM & JERRY – BILL JUSTIS – DICK CLARK… 10,477 more words

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AIN'T THAT AMERICAN?

August 5 in history:

The Mayflower departed from Southampton, England on August 5th, 1620, to take religious pilgrims to America.

The pilgrims had intended to settle… 107 more words

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Teen Angel and Farm Chores

 

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Can you hear me?

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Can you see me?

Are you somewhere up above

And am I still your own true love? 525 more words

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