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Barry Winslow-Snoopy And Those Were The Days

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On this Saturday nights show, we will return to those younger days when a group of locals could cut a silly song in the garage.  A few days later it might be  playing everywhere in the country.  This was the story of the Royal Guardsmen who hit with Snoopy Vs. The Red Barron and Snoopys Christmas.  Barry Winslow of the group will recap the story of those Snoopy songs.  We will be taking your requests and playing trivia on Those Were The Days this Saturday night.  Join the gang from all around Southwest Wisconsin that will be checking in with their favorite songs.

 

I hope to talk with you Saturday night.

 

Phil- WRCO FM 100.9

November Of '73 With The Nee

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This Saturday night on WRCOs' Those Were The Days, we will go back to one of my favorite years of music.  Nineteen Hundred and Seventy-Three was a great year for music.  My all time favorite music year is 1967, however, 1973 is a close second.  There was so much variety of music on the charts and this weekend we will share with you a slice of the Billboard Music Survey.  As you enjoy one last cold turkey sandwich, you will be able to enjoy tunes from the 1950's through the 1980's.  Give me a call during this holiday weekend and request a favorite.  I love it when someone trys to stump me!

 

Phil

Those Were The Days

100.9 FM

 

Gerrry Marsden And Great Tunes

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This week on WRCOs' Those Were The Days we will feature a few of the hits of Gerry And The Pacemakers.  They were solid hit makers for a couple of years in the 60's and were managed by Beatles manager Brian Epstein.  They are known best for a few ballads, however, they could play some rockers.  The solid gold request line will be wide open for 6 hours worth of requests and the 'Magic Cow Bell' will ring to signal trivia time this Saturday night.  I hope that you will join the party on WRCO Fm 100.9.

 

Phil

What's In Store? 1974!

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Hey Rock And Rollers!  I hope that you will tune in for some of the big hits of 1974 on this Saturday nights Those Were The Days.  Hear behind the scenes stories about songs from Neil Sedaka,  the Raspberries,  and Bachman Turner Overdrive.  It was a great time for pop radio.  I remember taping songs off the radio.  It was tough to start taping when the dj stopped talking and before the singing began.  I still have a few of those tapes today.  It is true that I collect alot of junk, however, it just relates to music and I don't think they will be making a reality show out of me. 

 

Hear the best of the 50's, 60's, 70's, and 80's on WRCO FM 100.9 Saturday night from 6 until Midnight.  We will be playing our quiz games and spinning your requests.  I can't wait for another dose of Saturday night!

 

Phil

I Can't Wait For Some Tunes From '68!

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This Saturday night on WRCO FM 100.9 we will return to our normal schedule after a couple of weeks with shorter request time. Those Were The Days will feature 6 hours of great old rock and roll hits and we will stop for a time in 1968.  There were some terrific tunes that were big on the charts and we will remember some of those golden goodies on this weekends show.  Join us for trivia every time you hear the 'Magic Cow Bell' ring.   So sit back and relax, steal the last of the kids Halloween candy, and tune in WRCO FM Saturday night.  You will hear some rock and roll radio fun.  I guarantee it!

 

Phil

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