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This week on Treasure Island Oldies
February 22nd, 2015 to February 28th 2015


Congratulations to the February winner of our 18th Anniversary Contest. Chris Witmer in Iowa City, Iowa has won the poster of his choice from TNJ Poster Creations. Chris chose the Dick Clark Productions Tribute Poster – Caravan of Stars Package Rock & Roll Show. My thanks to you all for entering the contest and remember having already entered, you are eligible to have your name drawn between March and December. Once every month during 2015, I will announce the winner for the month on the show. If you have not entered the contest, Click  the Celebrate 18 logo on the website for full contest details. There is No Purchase Necessary to be eligible to win.

We’re only a short time away from our next special, The Name Game, Live Sunday, March 15th. This annual special is very popular, especially if your first name is also in a song title! And if you’d like to hear a particular name song, just let me know. You can call the Listener Line at 206-339-0709 and record your request message or if you’re the shy type, Click the Requests button on any page of the website.

Is your birthday coming up soon? I’d love to wish you Happy Birthday on the show and also play Birthday by The Beatles for you. Send the details to

The Treasure Island Oldies Blog continues our Tribute to Lesley Gore with a clip from the legendary concert movie, The T.A.M.I. Show. She performs You Don’t Own Me.

Voice Your Choice presents the great vocal group, The Vogues. Cast your vote at the Voice Your Choice page for either Magic Town or You’re The One. I’ll play the winner during next week’s show.

Here’s the Rock and Roll News for the week of
February 22nd 



Listen to the Top 5 Countdown from 1960    >>


Hope you have a really good week and I look forward to your company once again for next week’s show.

Bye for now.






Welcome to the home of Treasure Island Oldies, a weekly four-hour Internet radio show. Check out our Live and Archived Shows, as well as the Continuous 24/7 Feed. For a complete site map click here.

Every week since 1997, we bring you the best oldies music from the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s, including Lost Treasures, rare and hard to find oldies like Pop, Girl Group, Doo Wop and Rock & Roll artists including The Beatles, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Rolling Stones, Roy Orbison, Dave Clark Five, Ricky Nelson, Brenda Lee, Little Richard, Frank Sinatra, Five Satins, Diamonds, Shangri-Las, to mention a few.

Join us for our regular weekly features: One Hit Wonders, Made in Canada, Instrumental Gems, Rock and Roll News & Birthdays, Top 5 Countdown, Compare the Hits, Voice Your Choice, Moments In Time, Novelty Tunes, Rock & Roll Reunion and Spot Dance.
“Quite possibly the Internet's finest oldies netcast show - four hours of hits, rarities, and trivia. Listen to old archived shows, or listen live on Sunday! Requests are welcome.” 
- Robert Fontenot - Oldies.About.Com

"...highlights the very best, the most unique and interesting discs of the 50s and 60s"
- Red Robinson - Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame

"Thank you for preserving our music"
Paul Evans, New York City
"We were hooked within the first hour of your program! The wonderful thing about your show is that you play real music "treasures" that one just doesn't hear anymore."
- Jill & Tim, Cambridghe, Ontario

"Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication each week to bring us the best oldies show  around."
- Rick Canode, Madison Wisconsin

"This is the best Oldies Show around period."
- Britt Brittingham, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

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