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What’s On The Weekend?

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAYes, we ARE on the air 24 hours a day, but weekends are STILL special here on Hit Oldies! Here’s what’s coming up over the next few weeks:

*THIS WEEK*    70s Flashback Weekend
Sept 2nd-Sept 5th – Last Blast Of Summer Weekend
Sept 9th-Sept 11th – Back To School Class Reunion Weekend
Sept 16th-Sept 18th – Music Without Words Weekend
Sept 23rd-Sept 25th  – By The Numbers Weekend
Sept 30th-Oct 2nd  Super 60s Weekend
Oct 7th-Oct 9th – Fall Colors Weekend

Remember – Hit Oldies’ Weekend Specials kick off every Friday at 3pm (Eastern). Have an idea you’d like to hear on a Hit Oldies Weekend? Send it to us HERE

 

90s Weekend: Your Hit Mix

UnknownTo get you into our NINETIES REWIND WEEKEND, here’s a mix of the biggest songs of the decade. Want to hear the full song? Then request it now on Twitter @hitoldies1.

The Beatles At Shea One More Time
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The Beatles played Shea Stadium on August 15th 1965 in what was to be the first rock concert ever staged in a stadium in front of more than 55,000 people.  The event was filmed using fourteen 35mm cameras by Ed Sullivan Productions and Brian Epstein and for the very first time, the fully restored, remastered, 30-minute performance will be available to screen as part of the worldwide theatrical release of Academy Award®-winner Ron Howard’s authorized documentary feature film, The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years.

Part of the theatrical release package also includes an opportunity to use your original Beatles concert ticket stub from the 1960s for a chance to win a free ticket for the US theatrical release of the film. For more information, visit www.thebeatleseightdaysaweek.com. The film heads to theatres September 15th

This Weekend: We Wind Back To The 90s

iWmr-37-It’s a 90s REWIND WEEKEND with so many great songs from that decade and a lot we bet you haven’t heard on the radio in ages. It all starts Friday at 3pm EDT only here on Hit Oldies.

Motown: MegaMusic Mix – What Do You Want To Hear?

The guys here at HIT OLDIES want to know what MOTOWN HITS you want to hear this weekend – and to get your memories stirred, check out this Megamix of Motor City Music – then send us your requests on Twitter @hitoldies1.

The MOTOWN WEEKEND starts tomorrow at 3pm (ET)

Disco Dance: The Songs You Forgot
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The Disco Era produced a lot of songs that were hits in the clubs, but haven’t gotten a lot of radio play since. Here is a mix of some you probably forgot:

Our Tribute To America

happy-July-4As we wind down this Fourth Of July weekend, Isaac Shane dedicates an hour to the best American music.  Crank it loud and proud today at 5pm (ET).

We Celebrate The Artists All Weekend

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All Fourth Of July Weekend, HIT OLDIES counts down the TOP 100 ROCK & ROLL ARTISTS OF ALL TIME. From Dylan to Disco, they are all here – counted down right up through Monday July 4th. Here is when you can follow our countdown plus other special programs are highlighted in GREEN)

Friday July 1st
3pm (ET) #100 to #93

Saturday July 2nd
9am (ET) #92 to #81
12noon (ET) #80 to #69
3pm (ET) #68 to #53

Sunday July 3rd
11am (ET) #52 to #41
(2pm ET – BEATLES WEEKLY)
3pm (ET) #40 to #25

Monday July 4th
12n (ET) #24 to#13
3pm (ET) #12 to #1
(6pm – THE MUSIC OF AMERICA With Isaac Shane)
(7pm ET – THAT THING With Rich Appel)

 

 

Awesome 80s: The Best Television
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Beyond music (and music videos), we had some classic TV in the eighties – for example:

Awesome 80s: Pick Your Hits Here
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Here’s your homework – listen to this compilation of 80’s hits, then get to us on Facebook or Twitter (@hitoldies1) and request your favorites. We are glad to play ’em, back on our AWESOME 80s WEEKEND.

Awesome 80s: The Glory Days Of MTV
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MTV was the source for so many great music videos in the 80’s – and a few that weren’t so great:

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