Our GETAWAY MUSIC WEEKEND is set to take off – and what better place to stop then the heart of the south, compliments of Johnny Rivers:
In 1978, FM, a film about the struggles of a radio station, debuts in Los Angeles. The soundtrack features Steely Dan, Steve Miller, The Eagles, Neil Young, Billy Joel and Warren Zevon. More people would buy the soundtrack than bothered to see the film:
Big hair and big love in the decade that gave us MTV and Madonna:
Nothing makes a love song better than tragedy – so here are the Top 20 Saddest Love Songs we could find:
We’re going to cover all three decades – 60s, 70s & 80s – this weekend in our DO YOU LOVE ME WEEKEND. Here are a few from the 70s:
It was called “The Summer Of Love” for a lot of reasons – and that was just one year in the decade!
It was one of the next appearance of The Fab Four on The Ed Sullivan Show – this time live from Miami. Here’s a rare piece of video from the dress rehearsal for that performance:
It was a chilly Sunday night in February of 1964 – and one moment on TV that would change the world forever:
Here’s another great DOUBLE SHOT Artist whose list of hits easily spans two decades. From early in his career, and then a more recent appearance, it’s Tommy James:
More Double Shots every hour – all weekend long only on Hit Oldies!
There is a good chance you’ll hear both of your favorite hits from Gary Lewis & The Playboys today as a GROUNDHOG DAY DOUBLE PLAY Weekend rolls on only here at Hit Oldies: