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Top Ten: January 14, 1959

Here’s the Grooveyard Top Ten for January 14, 1959 as played tonight by Alan Seltzer on “The Grooveyard”:


“Lonely Teardrops” by Jackie Wilson

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Remembering Tommy Allsup

CLEAR LAKE, Iowa – The passing of Tommy Allsup has left many in our area shaken.  He was a music legend with a special tie to North Iowa. 220 more words


This Week in History: The Beatles, Don McLean, Cyndi Lauper, David Bowie, and Diana Ross

Welcome to a new year and a new edition of ‘This Week in History!’

This week we take a look back at the Beatles’ first album here in the States; the biggest hit ever from the 70’s; Cyndi Lauper makes history; David Bowie celebrates the BIG 5-0; and Diana Ross should have “Eased Down the Road.” 392 more words



Feb. 3rd, 1959 has been called the “day the music died”.  Perhaps instead of talking about how “the music died”, one should focus on the events the led to the demise of three of the most talented musicians of the 1950’s.  1,802 more words


12 Days of Greats: Number 91

Each night leading up to the unveiling of the 2016 Grooveyard Great 88, we’ll share a video of one song that just missed the survey.  Hear the full Great 88 on a special five hour edition of “The Grooveyard” on a special night and time– 194 more words


Pacoima City Hall and more! | Pacoima, California ~ Vampyrohtechnix Media Gallery Archive

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A photo posted by Vampyrohtechnix Media (@vampyrohtechnix_media) on Dec 2, 2013 at 1:11pm PST

Pacoima City Hall

Address: 13520 Van Nuys Blvd, Pacoima, CA 91331…

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The Place the Music Died (aka Buddy Holly's Crash Site)


We all know that, with celebrities and notable people, “they die in threes.” When all three happen at the same time and place, it is even more tragic. 482 more words

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