Help me assemble an awesome playlist this Saturday night for Those Were The Days on WRCO FM 100.9. The best of the fifties through the eighties will live again in the dairy air of Southwest Wisconsin. Last week you really gave me some great tunes to look for. It is even more fun when songs are requested that we seldom hear. One of the special features this week will be an in studio interview recorded recently with Bert Koelbl who was a member of Underground Sunshine. They were a group from the Montello Wisconsin area which made it all the way to American Bandstand in 1969. Their version of the Beatles 'Birthday' was played on many stations and it went number one in a lot of cities. I always like the followup single (which was written by David Gates) called Don't Shut Me Out. Check out youtube for video of the groups Bandstand appearance. Hear some inside tidbits from Bert. He stopped by WRCO radio promoting his new solo cd called Silly Reasons. It is a very good mix of folk, rock, and country songs. You can find out more at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Play trivia with us and have a great time listening to the radio. We bring the old days back every Saturday night during WRCOs' Those Were The Days.