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The Winter of 1969

This week on Those Were The Days hear some of the hottest 45's from the 1969 Billboard survey.  We will feature some of the top songs that were on the charts as the 60's ended and the decade of the 70's drew near.  It was the year that my parents sprung for a color tv made by Curtis Mathis and a UHF antenna.  I was able to watch Sesame Street,  which debuted in November, and I quickly discovered Marsha and her sisters on the Brady Bunch.  Tunes from CCR, Three Dog Night,  and the Beatles along with your special requests will be featured on this weeks program.  Listen for the chance to win when we play trivia and have a great time at 33 and 45 revolutions per minute.  Those Were the Days can be heard on WRCO FM 100.9 Saturday nights between 6 pm and Midnight.  Spend Christmas Eve with us next Saturday  night.  Can you believe that it is so close to the end of the year? 

Thanks for reading.  I will look forward to hearing from you Saturday night.

 

Phil

Phil Nee hosts WRCO FM's Those Were the Days every Saturday night from 6-12M. Phil is also heard weekday mornings on WRCO FM 100.9 in Richland Center, WI.

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