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!
Boy have I got a great
story for you! As you know, the Chat Room is a great companion piece to the live
show every Sunday at 6 pm Pacific. And many listeners have become regular
visitors to the Chat Room. And I affectionately refer to them as the "Nuts in the Hut". Just over eights years
ago now two new visitors ended up as regulars. Not only were they regulars, but
they were both ended up becoming very interested in each other. And I am so
pleased to let you know that Jill and Tim
just got married! My heartfelt congratulations to you both, Jill and Tim.
I am so pleased for you both. And I can take full credit for introducing them to
each other in the Treasure Island Oldies Chat Room. Don't know if there is any
other show in the world that can make the same claim, especially an online-based
radio show. Once again all the very best and congratulations Tim and Jill on
your wedding. You're both good people and are a great fit together. So to find
out for yourself why the chat room is so special, drop by next Sunday to
Click Chat. Just follow the easy
instructions, and you too will become a Nut
in the Hut.
Next week on the show
it's the Annual Name Game Special.
Every song played during the special will feature a person's name in the song
title. So if your name is Billy or
Bobby, Norman or Jimmy, or if it's Peggy Sue or Diana, or Angela or Betty, we'll be playing your
song. Join me Sunday, April 21st beginning at 6 pm Pacific. We're gonna have
are about to celebrate your birthday, be sure to let me know so I can wish you
Happy Birthday on the show and
I'll play Birthday by The Beatles for you! Send the details to email@example.com.
The Treasure Island Oldies Blog is playing
Annette in an odd but interesting
clip with Dick Clark as her
puppeteer. Our Song of the Week
is Tall Paul.
Your Choice presents the skiffle
group sound of Scottish-born Lonnie
Donnegan. Cast your vote at the Voice Your Choice page for either Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour or
Rock Island Line. I'll play the
winning song in the 3rd hour of next week's show.
Here's the Rock And Roll News for the week of April