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  • Season 4

    JANUARY 2020

    Episode 1: One-Hit Wonders (part 1)



    From the past through today and into the future, there will always be those artists who for one moment capture the spotlight...and then never repeat that same magic again. Join us as we peer into the year 2525, ponder whether stars wander, and go Tubthumping for the Macarena. It's my life and I'll spend it thinking of Grandad and his sweet tooth. Sugar, sugar, and one-hit sweetness!

    Episode 2: One-Hit Wonders (part 2)



    When Anita Ward, you can Ring My Bell! We're not quite clear on what made Dexy's Midnight Runners want to be out jogging so late, but we do think a lot of these one-hit wonders had The Knack for Playing that Funky Music. Float on and see the surprise hit from a woman mostly known for her great comedy legacy (but the one-hit isn't actually funny...isn't that funny?).

    Episode 3: One-Hit Wonders (part 3)



    Whether it's Nena and Falco getting multi-lingual or just Telly Savalas speaking the language of love, it was one hit and then they were gone. You feel that Heartbeat when you're Hooked on a Feeling and it's got you on your knees, but you've got to Respect Yourself. It's what Bruce would do. Not THAT Bruce. Not "The Boss", Bruce. The Willis Bruce. "Whatcha talkin' about, Willis?"

    Episode 4: One-Hit Wonders (part 4)



    Murray Head thoughtfully pointed out that One Night in Bangkok makes a hard man humble, but he'd never heard what the New Vaudeville Players had to say about Winchester Cathedral. I'm Too Sexy for Kung Fu Fighting when I'm Putting on the Ritz, so you'd be Crazy to Take on Me. Join us and see why it's Cruel to be Kind!

    FEBRUARY 2020

    Episode 5: Blues-Rock History (part 1)

    From the Rolling Stones through Jay-Z, we'll take you on a trip through the very early days of Rock & Roll, starting further back in the roots of the Blues. Lots of Chicago in this part, with plenty more Blues on both sides of The Big Pond as we go along. Join us!

    Episode 6: Blues-Rock History (part 2)

    While the Rolling Stones covered Johnny B. Goode, this is our "Johnny come lately" episodes, with John Mayall and Johnny Winter (and his brother Edgar). No one puts Alexis in the Korner and we drag out all the hits from earlier days.

    Episode 7: Blues-Rock History (part 3)

    Arthur Gunter and Elvis both want to play House. Not with each other, of course. And also not with that TV doctor (would that be "playing 'Doctor' " instead? Someone ask Hugh Laurie!). We get to Jeff Beck, walk through early and late years for B.B. King, and even spend some time with the Ganster of Love himself.

    Episode 8: Blues-Rock History (part 4)

    In the end, we give you Big Joe Turner, and you could be forgiven if he made you think of Chicken Run. Janis Joplin shows us how the 1960s went through another wave of Blues with Big Brother, the Holding Company, Big Mama Thornton, and a Ball and Chain. T. Bone Walker wins our award hands-down for 'most goth / metal name of all'. Shorten it to "Bone Walker" and it sounds like someone you'd meet in Game of Thrones!

    MARCH 2020


    She did it again! With the Jumpin' Jumpin' and Spinning Around. Whaddaya know Joe? The Backstreet Boys like Music and they Want It That Way. It's amazing to think these tunes are two decades old, and you'll not only have some good memories but realize that some of these performers are still going strong today. Some were just getting started! Join us as we look back at the time when all the computers *didn't* crash, and the world survived.


    We were Fooled Again by The Real Slim Shady. Oasis told us to Go Let It Out and Only God Knows Why we did. It's amazing to think these tunes are two decades old, and you'll not only have some good memories but realize that some of these performers are still going strong today. Some were just getting started! Join us as we look back at the time when all the computers *didn't* crash, and the world survived.


    It's a Beautiful Day - the Spice Girls Say You'll Be There and Then the Morning Comes and Bye Bye Bye. It's amazing to think these tunes are two decades old, and you'll not only have some good memories but realize that some of these performers are still going strong today. Some were just getting started! Join us as we look back at the time when all the computers *didn't* crash, and the world survived.


    Did Englebert Humperdinck scare you? Try to be brave. You don't want anyone to think you're Yellow. 1999 is long gone, and here we are two decades after the meltdown that never happened. It's amazing to think these tunes are two decades old, and you'll not only have some good memories but realize that some of these performers are still going strong today. Some were just getting started! Join us as we look back at the time when all the computers *didn't* crash, and the world survived.

    APRIL 2020


    Before we break for the summer, we have something fun for you! A quiz show in two parts.In this episode, the first half of our Round One, we give you hints and you have to guess the song--a song about a lady. No hints or spoilers here! Let us know how you did


    Before we break for the summer, we have something fun for you! A quiz show in two parts.In this episode, the second half of our Round One, we give you hints and you have to guess the song--a song about a lady. No hints or spoilers here! Let us know how you did

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