week on Treasure Island Oldies
January 25th, 2015 to January 31st
It was busy in the Chat Room
with the regulars, returning long time listeners,
plus new ones. It’s really like having a visit with
your friends every week. How nice is that??!! You
should really try it out for yourself; I know you’ll
find it takes listening to the show to a new level.
Simply Click Chat on any page of the website
Sunday evening when
the Live Show is on the air. Follow the easy
instructions and voila! You’ll be in the Chat Room
and one of the Nuts in the Hut.
It was also good to
hear from several listeners with their requests,
both by email as well as by calling the
Listener Line at
I’d love to hear from you and play a special song
it’s our annual Tribute to The Day The Music Died.
Be sure to listen during the 4th hour for
news clips and interviews plus the great music of
Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper.
And the following week, Sunday, February 8th,
it’s the Annual Valentine’s Day Special.
Don’t forget to buy (or make) a Valentine’s card for
your special someone and also email you request or
call the Listener Line to record your request
message. I look forward to hearing from you.
The next 18th Anniversary Contest
winner will be announced Sunday, February 22nd
during the Live show. You can’t win the poster of
your choice from TNJ Poster Creations if you don’t
enter. Click the Celebrate 18 logo on
the website for full details. Just so you know,
there is NO PURCHASE NECESSARY to be eligible to be
wishes go out to Fred Waterer in St.
Catharines, Ontario. All the best to you Fred.
And if your own birthday is coming up soon, be sure
to let me know. I’ll wish you Happy Birthday on the
show and also play Birthday by The Beatles
for you. Send the details to
I played Simon and Garfunkel’s
At The Zoo on the show and decided to play them
again at the Treasure Island Oldies Blog.
It’s a great clip from their Concert In Central
Park from 1981. You can almost hear a pin drop
as they perform The Sound Of Silence. It’s
our Song of the Week. Enjoy!
Voice Your Choice
shines the spotlight on Little Anthony and the
Imperials with just two of their many hit
records. Cast your vote at the Voice Your Choice
page for either Goin’ Out Of My Head or
Hurt So Bad. I’ll play the winner in the 3rd
hour of next week’s show.
Here’s the Rock and Roll News for the week of
Listen to the Top 5
Countdown from 1962
Have a really good week and remember,
the days are getting brighter, longer, so spring
can’t be that far off!
See you next week on the Island.
Bye for now.
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