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Cleaning Out The Garage

This Saturday night on Those Were The Days, we will play some of your favorite 'garage band' hits of all time.  There are so many influential anthems from this era including:  Louie Louie-Kingsmen,  96 Tears-Question Mark & The Mysterians,  Gloria-Shadows Of Knight,  and Blues Theme-Davie Allan & The Arrows.  We will also get a chance to play some rare gems that we have not played for a while from that middle to late sixties era.  During our radio program on WRCO FM 100.9, we will also play for you a few of the top requested artists of the last year.  We will not be taking your requests this Saturday night. The show will be on Memorex.  I will be enjoying my daughters wedding.  It seems like only yesterday when Macey's little voice could be heard during some of my foolish moments on Those Were The Days.  She later worked for us here at WRCO and did a fine job on the air.  She will be getting hitched to Aron.  He is named after Elvis' middle name!  That is pretty cool and he also is a good guy.  For the dad and daughter dance, Macey and I will be dancing to Sweet Pea by Tommy Roe.  That was one of her favorite songs when she was a little girl.  I will return with many stories and an open request line next Saturday night.  I hope you will tune to 100.9 this Saturday night for Those Were The Days and garage rock plus all kinds of classic hits.




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