Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Week of January 15th, 2017 to January 21st, 2017
We had another fun fours hours this week on Treasure Island Oldies and many thanks for your requests. It was nice to hear from Toni Howerton in Middletown, Ohio who requested a "cool" song by Tommy Roe, It's Now Winter's Day. I also played Sincerely by the McGuire Sisters for California Barb who wanted me to play it for her friend Alice. I also heard from some folks who were having problems getting into the c hat room. I have no answer or explanation, seeing as others were able to connect. When there are problems, whether it be a chat room connection or being able to listen to the Live stream, may I suggest a couple of options. First clear your browser cache.
Sometimes if there is a problem and you don't clear the cache, it can continue to happen. Another option is to switch to a different browser. For example, if you use Firefox, then try using Google or Windows Web Browser. Finally, you may also not want to use the same page to connect to the chat room and listen, if you are having issues. These are a few suggestions for you to try.
Happy Birthday wishes go out to Judy Covington in Canton, Ohio, and Alice Bledsoe in Peoria, Illinois. All the best to you both! And if your birthday is approaching, please let me know the date so that I can help you celebrate your special date on the air. Send the details to email@example.com and I'll wish you Happy Birthday and also play Birthday by The Beatles, our official birthday anthem.
The Top Five Countdown this week is from 1968 and at the top is Judy In Disguise (With Glasses) by John Fred and His Playboy Band and it's playing at the Treasure Island Oldies Blog. Enjoy!
Next week on Treasure Island Oldies, Voice Your Choice presents Martha and the Vandells with two of their hits you don't often hear. Cast your vote at the Voice Your Choice page for either In My Lonely Room or My Baby Loves Me. I'll play the winner on next week's show.
Here's this week's Rock and Roll News Podcast.
Have a great week and see you this coming Sunday for the next Live show.
Take good care and all the best.
Posted by Michael Godin at 5:51 PM