week on Treasure Island Oldies
March 2nd, 2014 to March 8th,
It was great to spend another four
hours together this week on Treasure Island Oldies.
And occasionally I will hear from a listener who
indicated they missed hearing the show
on Sunday night.
Have no fear, the Live show is always
recorded for playback at the Archive. You can
either listen to the three most recent individual
shows in Real Media, or there is the 24/7
Stream in Windows Media, which airs the
three most recent shows as well in a continuous
loop. Every week the oldest show is replaced with
the latest, so you always hear recent shows. It’s
all at the Listen page.
Speaking of hearing from listeners, I received an
who was Inquiring about a group from near
Philadelphia called The Sinceres. He wanted
to know if I knew the name of the lead singer. While
I was unable to confirm the lead singer, I was able
to let him know that one of the members was a fellow
by the name of Malloy William. In fact, I
will play a single by them on the Richie
label, which was at the time distributed by
Roulette Records. Be listen next week on the
show for Please Don’t Cheat On Me by The
Sinceres. And thanks for getting in touch with
We’re two weeks away from the March special on the
show. Be sure to listen
March 16 and
later on the Archive for The Name Game Special.
Every song will have a name in the song title. Maybe
you’ll hear Sheila, Tommy, Barbara
Ann, Lucille, Diana, and who knows
wishes this week to Roy Geldart in
Campbell River, British Columbia, Stuart
Olesen in Portland, Maine and to my
friend and successful singer and songwriter, Paul
Evans in New York City. If you have a
birthday approaching be sure to le me know so that I
can extend birthday wishes to you and also play
Birthday by The Beatles. Send the
The Treasure Island Oldies Blog
is playing Wilson Pickett, who started off
this week’s show. Check out this riveting live
performance of Everybody Needs Somebody To Love.
It’s our Song of the Week. Enjoy!
Voice Your Choice
presents country pop folk star George Hamilton IV
with two of his hits. Cast your vote at the Voice
Your Choice page for either Why Don’t They
Understand or Abilene. I’ll play the
winning song in the 3rd hour of next
Here’s the Rock and Roll News for the week of
Listen to the Top 5
Countdown from 1967
Have a great week and see you
next Sunday at 6 pm
Pacific time for the Live show.
Bye for now.
P.S. Don’t forget to adjust your clock one hour
next Saturday night
before you go to bed. You won’t want to miss the
start of next week’s show.
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