Share memories of growing up with the great music of the 50s, 60s and 70s. My background includes radio and television personality as well as V.P. A&R for A&M Records, where I signed Bryan Adams. In 1997, I began Treasure Island Oldies, the Home of Lost Treasures. I play the biggies, but extensively feature hard to find rare oldies. Listen live Sundays 6 to 10 p.m. Pacific and also the show archives at www.TreasureIslandOldies.com
Let the memories flow!
and a big welcome to Viking Radio Gold
in the UK, the latest station to become
part of the Treasure Island Oldies Broadcast
Partners Network. This station is in support of the Royal British Legion, a very good cause. I look forward to hearing
from Viking Radio Gold's listeners and to playing their requests.
was very cool to play the brand new Rolling
Stones single, Doom And Gloom on
the show. This new recording represents the first time in seven years that all
members of the group were in the studio together to record. It's part of a new
greatest h its compilation album, Grrrr,
to be released within the next week or so. I'd like to know what you think of
this new single; please send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's quite astounding that this is the 50th Anniversary of the Rolling Stones!
Happy Birthday wishes go out to Sunny
in Berkeley, Illinois,
Dana VanDine in Southampton, New Jersey
and to Barb in California.
If you have a birthday coming up, send the details of your name, city and
birthday date to email@example.com.
I'll help you celebrate by wishing you Happy Birthday on the show and
I'll also play Birthday by The Beatles
Be sure to listen to next week's show for the Music
By Numbers Special. Every song will have a number in the song title. Listen
to the entire show and add all the songs played for a final total. Send you
answer to firstname.lastname@example.org. The listener with the correct answer will win a
prize; and if there is more than one correct answer, I'll make a random draw
from all the correct entries and announce the winner on the following week's
Treasure Island Oldies Blog is
playing the Everly Brothers and Walk Right Back, in a clip from the Tennessee Ernie Ford TV Show. Enjoy!
take a deep breath. Voice Your Choice
presents Barry White! Cast your vote
at the Voice Your Choice page for either I'm
Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby or Never, Never Gonna Give You Up. I wonder which of these steamy
hits will be the winner. Find out in the 3rd hour of next week's show.
Here is this week's Rock
& Roll News for the Week of November 4th, 2012
Listen to the Top 5 Countdown on your Real Media player
Have a great week and see you on next week's show for the Music By Numbers