Summer is over–unofficially, anyway–so join host Alan Seltzer Thursday night at 9 on “The Grooveyard” as we celebrate two fall traditions. First, we’ll feature songs noting the end of summer and the return to school. 90 more words
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Unlike a lot of other sibling singing groups, the Shepherd Sisters were all real-life sisters. And even though the ladies had only one true hit record — “Alone (Why Must I Be Alone)” in 1957 — they managed to stick around for a number of years, during which they generated several dozen records, made countless TV appearances, and enjoyed a lot of success with their polished nightclub act. 326 more words
COLUMBUS DAY WEEKEND, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2014 @ 7:30 PM
JAY AND THE AMERICANS
One of the greatest rock’n’roll groups of ’60s and ’70s performs tunes such as its 12 Top 10 hits, including ‘This Magic Moment,’ ‘Only In America,’ ‘Cara Mia’ and ‘Come A Little Bit Closer.’ The group features three original members Sandy Deanne, Howie Kane, Marty Sanders, the magnificent voice of Jay Reincke and the great USA Band. 252 more words
On August 31, 1963, “By My Baby” by The Ronettes was released.
The single, produced by Phil Spector and the group’s only 10 hit, has been widely considered one of the most influential songs of all time. 123 more words