Tuesday, May 15, 2018

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 5.14.18

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Si Zentner opens this week’s lineup with a rousing version of a jazz standard in double time, “Up a Lazy River.” The English gentleman, Matt Monro takes the stage next with his 1961 hit song, “My Kind of Girl,” followed with Judy Collins sweet version of “Turn, Turn, Turn.” Then we’ll “Try a Little Kindness” with the Arkansas sensation, Glen Campbell. Hear more great big band selections with Perez Prado and his orchestra, and Les Brown with his band of renown. Then we’ll slip in snappy 1958 hit record for Doris Day. Listen to Nat King Cole’s smooth rendition of the song, “I Love You for Sentimental Reasons.” Enjoy hit songs by great period groups like, The Platters and Harper’s Bazaar.” We’ll track a rat pack set with Dean Martin’s “Everybody Loves Somebody” and pal-lie Frank Sinatra with a torch standard, “The Wee Small Hours.” Robert Goulet performs a lovely song remembering “The Green Years of Our Love.” Then enjoy a little Irish folk with Roger Whittaker singing, “Star of the County Down.” More songs with Ella Fitzgerald, Rosemary Clooney, and Herb Alpert. Listen now at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Tom Jones launches this hour with some film music from “What’s New Pussycat?” Followed up with another film/Broadway selection from “Promises, Promises” by Dionne Warwick. You’ll hear hit songs by period male groups like The Lettermen with “Hurts So Bad,” The Ames Brothers with “Destination Moon,” and The Fortunes. Listen to period instrumentals with New Orleans trumpeter, Al Hirt, some TV music with Ray Anthony’s Orchestra, and a lovely rendition of the song “Till” by pianist Roger Williams. Frank Sinatra does a little “Swinging Down the Lane” with Nelson Riddle’s Orchestra, followed up with Helen Forrest singing with the Harry James Orchestra for “I’m Beginning to See the Light.” Hear more period film music with Vic Damone from the “Sound Of Music,” Patti Page from “The Pajama Game,” and Andy Williams singing one from, “State Fair.” Enjoy Nat King Cole with the song, “LOVE,” “The Best is Yet to Come” with Tony Bennett and more. http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: We open with a cut with Count Basie and his Orchestra with Joe Williams “Smack Dab in the Middle” of the Vegas strip. Then we go to the DOT records label for the song, “Marianne” sung by The Hilltoppers. Listen to Eydie Gorme with a Ben Oakland/ Oscar Hammerstein song, “I’ll Take Romance,” followed up with a number one hit song for Jim Croce, “Time in a Bottle.” Hear Nat King Cole with the Ralph Carmichael Chorus with “That Sunday That Summer.” Bobby Goldsboro succumbs to a little wanderlust with the song, “The Straight Life,” followed with Sergio Mendez and Brazil 66 singing a Paul McCartney standard. We’ll “Put a Little Love in our Hearts” with Jackie Deshannon. We’ll track instrumentals with jazz pianist, Andre Previn, session groupThe Islanders, and Leroy Anderson and his orchestra. Dean Martin sings, “In the Misty Moonlight,” followed up again with Frank Sinatra “Stealin’ a Little Love.” Hear the Four Lads, The Ames Brothers, and Oklahoman Kay Starr. More with Louis Armstrong, and actor Richard Burton from “Camelot.” Hear em’ today at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 5.7.18

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Oklahoman Kay Starr launches into this week’s offerings with a toe tappin’ jazzy version of the song, “Night Train.” Then we’ll track a fun film song sung by Brit artist, Georgie Fame, “The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde.” Louis Armstrong follows with a song from “Hello Dolly.” Enjoy the British instrumental hit that invokes a time of the “Space Race” and the “Cold War.” The Tornados do, “Telstar.” Rosemary Clooney teams up with the Harry James Orchestra “In the Cool Cool of the Evening.” Vic Damone sings a song heard in The Music Man. Enjoy some great period groups like, the Lettermen, Peter Paul and Mary, and the Platters. Hear Nancy Wilson sing her 1964 Grammy award winning song, “How Glad I Am.” Hear a 1950’s set with Pat Boone singing “Sugar Moon” followed with Perry Como singing with the Ray Charles Singers for, “Papa Loves Mambo.” Swing with Benny Goodman as we go “Jumpin’ at the Woodside.” We’ll track hit singles by Frank Sinatra singing “Come Fly with Me,” Steve Lawrence with “Pretty Blue Eyes,” and wife Eydie Gorme with a song from “Holiday Inn.” Listen now: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Brenda Lee opens this hour with “Comin’ on Strong.” Toronto, Canada’s, The Crew Cuts take the stage next for “Sh Boom,” followed with a big band selection from Harry James, “Willow Weep for Me.” We’ll pull a request from the back-o-the-rack for Ivory Joe Hunter’s “Since I Met You Baby.” Segment two of this juke starts with Vaughn Monroe’s “Racing with the Moon,” then we’ll track a lovely version of the song, “Symphony” by Jo Stafford, “Leroy Anderson’s “Blue Tango,” and Frank Sinatra singing “You Do Something To Me.” Hear the Les Baxter Orchestra and chorus with, “I Love Paris,” followed with a snappy oldie by Guy Mitchell, Buddy Clark performing, “Peg O’ My Heart,” and Connie Stevens with “Sixteen Reasons.” Patti Page belts out a fun song of redemption from The Pajama Game called, “Cross over the Bridge,” followed with Vaudeville’s own Eddie Cantor with “Making Whoopie.” Enjoy Louis Armstrong with his version of the hit song, “Blueberry Hill,” and Barbra Streisand with a charming song heard in the Disney film, “Pinocchio.” Go to: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Jack Jones starts this segment with his hit song, “Wives and Lovers.” Then listen to Bobby Darin with his hit standard from 1959, “Mack the Knife.” Hear a little salsa with Sergio Mendez and Brazil 66 with “Mas Que Nada” followed by steamy hit song from 1973 by Bobby Goldsboro. Andy Williams sings a film selection from a 1972 Paul Newman movie “The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean.” Hear more great film music with The Sandpipers from “The Sterile Cuckoo” and Shirley Bassey from the James Bond movie, “Diamonds are Forever.” Listen to Frank Sinatra brewing up a little “Witchcraft,” and Dean Martin with the song, “Houston.” We’ll track a Perry Como standard, “No Other Love Have I” followed up with some period big band with Harry James backing Helen Forrest for, “It’s Been a Long Long Time.” Enjoy instrumentals with Frank Mills one hit wonder, “The Music Box Dancer,” and the Jackie Gleason Orchestra with a dreamy version of “I Got it Bad.” We’ll wrap up the set with some group hits including, The Association, The Murmaids, and the Hollywood Argyles. Listen today at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 4.30.18

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: The Ames Brothers kick off this week’s offerings with a smokin’ version of the Ralph Flanagan hit, “Ragg Mopp.” Then we track a smash hit for Petula Clark, “Downtown.” Sing along with The New Christy Minstrels with “Green Green,” and Nat King Cole’s lovely, “Mona Lisa.” Hear Frank Sinatra with his signature version of the Paul Anka standard, “My Way.” Listen to some great film songs with Herb Alpert’s “Zorba the Greek,” Don Costa with the theme from “Never on Sunday,” Al Martino with a song from “Romeo and Juliet,” and Felix Slatkin conducting the orchestra for “the Theme from The Sundowners.” We’ll put Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney together singing from the Big EZ about the Mardis Gras. Dinah Shore performs a song created ala Stephen Foster called “Dear Hearts and Gentle People.” We’ll hear one of the Association’s biggest chart hits, “Windy.” Listen to a 1955 selection by Pat Boone taking a stab at that new sound called rock and roll and a tender song written by Kenny Loggins sung by Anne Murray. Songs by Glen Campbell, Dionne Warwick and more. Listen today at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Peggy Lee takes the mic to open this hour with “Big Spender.” Then listen to Vic Damone with a song from “Pal Joey” followed up with a number featuring Nat King Cole singing with The Four Knights.” Hear some period instrumentals with Henry Mancini’s “Mister Lucky,” Roger Williams with “Born Free,” and Horst Jankowski performing “Play a Simple Melody.” We’ll track a little soul and Motown with Ruth Brown, Diana Ross and the Supremes, and a 1963 smash hit for Lenny Welch. Frank Sinatra sings his great charting hit, “Strangers in the Night,” followed with bombshell Julie London singing “The Good Life.” Listen to great period male groups like the Lettermen, and the Brothers Four. Tony Bennett does some interpretive Cole Porter singing “Night and Day,” and we’ll team up Rosemary Clooney with Guy Mitchell with a charming number from the film, Pagan Love Songs. Enjoy a live selection with Louis Prima and Keely Smith as they romp thru two songs for the price of one. Then take a “Slow Boat to China” with Oklahoman Kay Starr. Leave comments, find links, see the playlists at:http://theneonbeat.blogspot.com/

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: The Polish Prince, Bobby Vinton launches this set with “Every Day of My Life.” We follow Bobby with Bette Midler doing a song from her album dedicated to Peggy Lee hits. Hear Engelbert Humperdinck with a hit from a British movie short film, and Frank Sinatra with “Hidden Persuasion.” Listen to some 1960’s hit records with Tom Jones, “Daughter of Darkness,” Nancy Wilson singing “Call Me,” and The New Colony Six, “Things I’d Like to Say.” Hang on to your hat thru two breezy selections with Johnny Mathis and Sounds Orchestral. We’ll team up Johnny Ray with the Four Lads in the Columbia studio for “Walking in the Rain,” followed by a Cole Porter number sung by Ella Fitzgerald. We’ll take a “Dreamer’s Holiday” with Perry Como and hear Petula Clark with a charming diddy called, “the Cat in the Window.” We’ll “OH NO” thru a father’s lament about those “Rhythm and Blues” by the McGuire Sisters. Hear Nat King Cole’s “Walking My Baby Back Home.” Then we’ll walk it on out with Les Baxter’s Capitol Records Orchestra and Herb Alpert’s “Taste of Honey.”

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 4.23.18

Jukebox 1: On the Neon Beat this week: This hour opens with a Frank Loesser standard sung by Dean Martin and the Four Lads, “Standing On the Corner.” Peggy Lee takes the mic next for a fun little ditty called, “A Doodling Song.” Enjoy a lively version of a Harold Arlen favorite sung by the Four Aces. Hear great period instrumentals with Ferrante and Teicher, Ralph Flanagan, Benny Goodman, Hugo Winterhalter with jazz pianist Eddie Heywood, and New Orleans trumpeter Al Hirt. We’ll track some 1950’s favorites with Eddie Fisher singing “Oh Mein Papa,” Joni James with “Purple Shades,” Guy Mitchell singing “The Roving Kind” with the Mitch Miller gang and Frankie Laine’s “Waiting for the End of the Road.” Enjoy a sentimental favorite with Nat King Cole and the Ralph Carmichael Chorus “All Over the World.” We’ll team up Louis Armstrong and Bing Crosby for a Cole Porter selection from “High Society.” These and more including Anita O’Day and Leroy Anderson. Listen today at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

Jukebox 2: On the Neon Beat this week: We open this hour with a Cole Porter standard as Frank Sinatra sings, “Anything Goes.” Sammy Davis Jr. owns the stage next with a hit Broadway song, “What Kind of Fool Am I,” followed up with Harry James and his orchestra with Helen Forrest singing “I’ve Heard that Song Before.” Hear more great big band selections with Anita O’Day singing with Gene Krupa’s Orchestra and Glen Gray and his Casa Loma Orchestra doing a great Artie Shaw hit. Break out the hankies for Dean Martin’s version of “Cry Like a Baby” followed up with some more Cole Porter sung by Ella Fitzgerald. Listen to a lush recording of the standard “Misty” sung by Johnny Mathis. Enjoy some silver screen favorites as Doris Day sings a song from “Pal Joey” and hear the iconic performance by Gene Kelly with “Singing in the Rain.” Listen to some great period groups including the Everly Brothers, The Four Preps and The Sunnysiders. Hear a smooth 1956 favorite by Nelson Riddle playing “Lisbon Antigua,” the lovely Jo Stafford with the song “You Belong to Me,” and Tony Bennett and Count Basie with a song about that “toddlin’ town.” See past playlists, links and leave a comment at:http://theneonbeat.blogspot.com/

Jukebox 3: On the Neon Beat this week: Englishman, Danny Williams, opens up this segment with his international hit, “White on White.” Then listen to a Broadway hit from “Gypsy” as the Four Lads sing, “Together Wherever We Go.” Listen to Peggy Lee’s 1958 hit standard, “Fever” followed up with a period TV theme by Spencer Ross called “Tracy’s Theme.” Here more fine instrumentals with Glen Gray’s Casa Loma Orchestra doing “Topsy,” Marvin Hamlisch with “The Entertainer,” and the BBC Concert Orchestra with the “Theme from Lawrence of Arabia.” Hang on to your hat for a slam dunk performance of a great Jerome Kern song sung by The Marvelous Marilyn Maye heard on The Tonight Show. We’ll team up Louis Armstrong and actor Danny Kaye for a romp on a standard from the film, “the Five Pennies” followed with a song called “S’posin” by actress Debbie Reynolds. We’ll track some Rat Pack with Dean Martin’s “In the Chapel in the Moonlight” and “Learning the Blues” with Frank Sinatra. Enjoy the Nat King Cole Trio with “Sweet Lorraine.” Hear songs by Ella Fitzgerald, Al Martino, and The Four Aces. Listen today at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 4.16.18

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Peggy Lee takes the mic for a rousing song of concession, “Alright, Ok, You Win.” Next we’ll enjoy a 1958 hit song for Perry Como remembering those “Magic Moments” followed with a lovely French rendition of the song “Autumn Leaves” by Robert Goulet.” We’ll enjoy a performance on the Hammond B3 with Walter Wanderley’s 1966 hit, “A Summer Samba.” Hang on for more fine period instrumentals with Ralph Marterie’s African derived song, “Skokiaan” and another by Herb Alpert and the TJB. Enjoy a great big band memory with a Glenn Miller standard performed by Les Brown and the Ames Brothers. Get set for some Broadway and film favorites with Marilyn Maye, Vic Damone from “Pal Joey,” Henry Mancini with “Moon River,” and a song by Doris Day from the 1953 film “Calamity Jane.” We’ll spin a comeback hit for Johnny Mathis called “I’m Coming Home.” Listen to the Beatles with “I’ll Follow the Sun” and the Lettermen with “Going Out of My Head,” Dean Martin with “In the Misty Moonlight,” and Tony Bennett with our show mantra, “The Best is Yet to Come.” Turn up New York’s Jerry Costanzo with “Can I Steal a Little Love.” More with Anita O’Day. Listen today at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Jimmy Dorsey strikes up the band with his 1957 hit song, “So Rare.” Louis Armstrong takes it next with a great Broadway tune, “Mame” followed with Ella Fitzgerald and the Delta Rhythm Boys with “Paper Moon.” Laugh a little as we team up Bob Hope with Bing Crosby for a cut from one of their “road” films, “Put er’ There Pal.” Hear more great movie music like the “Pink Panther Theme” by Henry Mancini, the theme from “Midnight Cowboy” with Toots Theilemans’ harmonica backed by John Barry’s Orchestra. Also hear the theme from “True Grit” by Glen Campbell. We’ll spin a set with Roger Whittaker’s “New World in the Morning,” Les Paul and Mary Ford with “Hummingbird,” and one of Tony Bennett’s early hit songs, “Because of You.” Enjoy hit recordings by period male groups like the Cascades “Rhythm of the Rain,” and the Platters with “The Great Pretender.” Frank Sinatra takes on an award winning folk song singing, “Love’s Been Good to Me.” We’ll take that “Slow Boat to China” with Oklahoman Kay Starr, and do some “Walking After Midnight” with Patsy Cline. More with Patti Page and Pee Wee King. To listen, go to: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Dionne Warwick opens this hour with a bouncy Broadway hit from “Promises, Promises.” Next Sammy Davis Jr. fires it up on stage for the song “Let There Be Love” followed with the great Etta James with her soulful rendition of “These Foolish Things.” Our instrumental faire begins with the T-Bones with a song used in Alka Seltzer commercials. You’ll hear Horst Jankowski’s lively 1965 hit song “A Walk in the Black Forest” and the Vince Guaraldi Trio with his signature hit song, “Linus and Lucy.” Listen to a 1957 hit for Pat Boone from the film “April Love,” followed with Eydie Gorme singing a song from “Holiday Inn” entitled “Be Careful, It’s My Heart,” and Frank Sinatra with his tender rendition of “I’ll Be Seeing You.” Perry Como performs a toe-tapping version of “Girl With the Golden Braids.” We’ll spin hits by period hit groups like The Carpenters, The Lettermen, and Peter and Gordon. Turn up the volume and sing along with Rick Nelson’s hit song, “Garden Party.” Listen to Jerry Vale with his 1964 hit song which debuted on Ed Sullivan, “Have You Looked into Your Heart.” And enjoy a tender favorite by Patti Page, I’ll Remember Today.” Enjoy today by going to: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

The Neon Beat on Radio George - 4.9.18

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Rosemary Clooney slams on stage to open this hour with a rousing version of “April in Paris.” Frank Sinatra takes the mic next for his hit, “Strangers in the Night.” Then we listen to one of the great period film themes from “Picnic” as Morris Stoloff plays “Moonglow.” Hear another film song with Tony Bennett’s haunting rendition of a song from “the Flower Drum Song.” We’ll track a 1964 Grammy award winner for Nancy Wilson. Enjoy some great big band with Benny Goodman’s “The Jersey Bounce” followed with a fun tease between singers Buddy Clark and Doris Day called “Love Somebody.” Hear songs by great period groups like Chad and Jeremy, The Ames Brothers, and The Rooftop Singers.” Listen to a lush version of “The Very Thought of You” by Nat King Cole, followed with a back-o-the-rack selection with young British singer Laurie London. Then enjoy the beautiful “Our Winter Love” by pianist Bill Pursell. Lou Rawls sings his great comeback hit, “You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine.” And hear Glen Campbell’s 1968 chart topping song, “Gentle on my Mind.” More with Vikki Carr, the String a Longs and Merv Griffin. Listen today at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Pat Boone takes the mic for that great gettin’ up morning for the song “A Wonderful Time up There.” Connie Francis follows with her first 1958 chart topper, “Who’s Sorry Now.” The Four Lads are next with their 1956 hit, “No Not Much,” followed with a sprite version of “Eh Campari” by Julias LaRosa. Hear one of Frank Sinatra’s signature songs, “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” and Vic Damone with a lovely rendition of a song from “South Pacific.” Listen to Denver’s own television actress and singer, Jaye P. Morgan with “Danger Heartbreak Ahead” and the lively “Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White” by Perez Prado. Listen for the signature song that defined the era: Nat King Cole’s “Unforgettable.” We’ll spin some period pop with Gene Pitney, Petula Clark, and Andy Williams. Enjoy some great big band with Benny Goodman with Helen Ward singing “Goody Goody.” We’ll team up Bing Crosby with The Andrews Sisters for the great Johnny Mercer song “Accentuate the Positive.” To Listen, Go to: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/

On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Patti Page opens this hour with the female answer to the Glen Campbell hit played in Jukebox 1, “Gentle on my Mind.” Brit crooner Matt Monro takes it next for his 1961 hit song, “My Kind of Girl.” Listen to Nat King Cole as we take a trip down the mother road for the Bobby Troup song, “Route 66.” Listen to the Tennessee Plowboy, Eddy Arnold, with “Misty Blue.” We’ll spin a couple of “70’s” hits in the second set. Hear Roger Whittaker’s smash hit, “The Last Farewell” and Carly Simon with “Haven’t Got Time for the Pain.” You’ll also hear a film hit from “the Alamo” sung by The Brothers Four, and another movie song by Ferrante and Teicher from the film, “Exodus.” Hear Dot records, The Hilltoppers with “From the Vine Came the Grape,” Steve and Eydie with “I’ve Got a Gal in Kalamazoo” and Ray Charles with “Hallelujah, I just Love Her So.” We’ll hear a set featuring hit singles by Shelly Fabares, Perry Como, and a big band selection called “Topsy” by Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra. Frank Sinatra sings, “Tell Her You Love Her” followed with Jo Stafford’s beautiful rendition of “Suddenly There a Valley.”
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The Neon Beat on Radio George - 4.2.18

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Jack Jones launches this week’s offerings with a Steve Allen song, “This Could Be the Start of Something Big.” Dionne Warwick follows up with one of her many hit recordings, “Walk On By.” Listen to Nat King Cole croon a lush version of a great Hoagy Carmichael standard. Dean Martin graces the stage with one of his signature standards, “That’s Amore.” Then break out your umbrella for a little cloudburst with Eydie Gorme followed by Tom Jones with “Help Yourself.” Hear the popular big band hit most associated with The Swing Era as Glen Gray’s Casa Loma Orchestra does, “In the Mood.” Grab a cuppa Joe with Frank Sinatra as he sings “The Coffee Song.” Listen to Judy Collins with her lovely hit, “Both Sides Now.” Hear a sweep with Al Martino’s “Mary in the Morning,” some film music with The Four Lads and Henry Mancini. We’ll spin a set with Tennessee Ernie Ford’s “Sixteen Tons,” Anne Murray with her first major chart hit, “Snowbird,” and The Vogues with “Turn Around Look at Me.” More with Petula Clark and a great film theme from a movie featuring a iconic career performance by actor George C. Scott.
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On the Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Nat King Cole does a strollin’ number with Les Baxter’s Orchestra singing, “Walking My Baby Back Home.” Then we’re “Comin’ Home Baby Now” with Mel Torme. Enjoy some cinema and Broadway selections with Judy Garland, Ferrante and Teicher, Robert Goulet’s signature hit from “Camelot,” Connie Francis with the theme from “Where the Boys Are” and Kai Winding’s “Mondo Movie” theme, “More.” We’ll go to the back of the rack for a sweet memory from a folksinger who was a regular on Rowan and Martin’s Laugh In. Hear Judd Strunk’s “Daisy a Day.” Kansas City’s Marilyn Maye storms on stage for her rousing signature hit, “Step to the Rear.” Hear one of Bobby Darin’s many hit records, “Beyond the Sea. Then we sing along with Mitch Miller and the Gang doing, “She Wore a Yellow Ribbon” followed up with a beautiful song by Sarah Vaughan, “Eternally.” We’ll track hits by The Platters, Barbra Streisand with a song heard on her TV show and on her first album, and Al Martino’s version of “Volare.” Songs with Johnny Mathis, The Four Freshmen, and Michel Legrand.
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On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Dean Martin kicks off this set with “Mambo Italiano.” Next, we’ll gather up a “Pocketful of Miracles” with Frank Sinatra. Listen for Gale Garnett’s 1963 hit song, “We’ll Sing In the Sunshine” and enjoy the beautiful weather with Sammy Davis Jr singing, “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever.” We’ll track great period instrumentals with Lawrence Welk, Michel Legrand, Ray Anthony with the Theme from “Dragnet” and some more TV music from The Silver Screen Orchestra. We’ll spin some singles with The Lettermen singing, “The Way You Look Tonight,” a tribute song to Peggy Lee sung by Bette Midler, and a fine Broadway selection by Vic Damone from “West Side Story.” Enjoy some great big band with Harry James and Helen Forrest performing, “I’m Beginning to See the Light”, some classic doo-wop with The Duprees, and Patti Page with a good old country hit, “The Green Green Grass of Home.” More songs with Sarah Vaughan, and Tony Bennett. Turn us on at: http://www.radiogeorge.com/neonbeat/