This Saturday night on WRCOs' Those Were The Days, we will recognize more Top Forty radio gems. English singer Tony Burrows was the voice of five different groups with five seperate hits in the late sixties and early seventies. Hear Tony talk about each hit during our six hour broadcast on FM 100.9 Saturday night. His vocal talents graced hits by Edison Lighthouse (Love Grows Where Rosemary Goes), White Plains (My Baby Loves Loving), Brotherhood Of Man (United We Stand), The Pipkins (Gimme Dat Ding), and First Class (Beach Baby). I hope you will help me program the airwaves. Give me a call Saturday night (not a text or tweet). We are old school! It would not be as much fun if I couldn't talk to the listeners. Many times when you request a song, I can tell you if we have it, if it fits our format, or if I have already played it. It is harder to communicate that if I am trying to answer through other media. Saturday nights are busy enough and the 'Solid Gold' Dancers are working the dance floor and they are not much help to me. I will be in the studio Saturday night to take down the titles of your favorite songs from the fifties through the eighties and perhaps you will be one of the six trivia winners!