Monday, June 9, 2014

Neon Beat on Radio George - 6.9.14

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 1: Bobby Goldsboro jump starts juke 1 with a Mac Davis song that wound up as one of Bobby's biggest hit singles. Dinah Washington follows with a 1959 song that was her highest charting single. Hear the Chordettes as they sing one of their great harmony favorites, "Mr.
Sandman." Perry Como does a fun sock hop hit called "Tina Marie." Listen to Nat King Cole croon a smooth song called "Tenderly." Dennis Day performs a wee bit o' an Irish romp called, "Clancy Lowered The Boom" Take a ride in a "beautiful balloon" with the Fifth Dimension. Al HIrt, The Crew Cuts, Lucille Ball, Roy Rogers and more at...

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 2: Tony Bennett opens the set with a beautiful song called "Stranger In Paradise." Then we'll "Keep Our Sunnyside Up" with a group that opened for Judy Garland, "The Hi Lo's" Tom Jones sings a country hit called "The Green Green Grass of Home." Marilyn Monroe sings an iconic favorite from "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." Listen to Dean Martin sing "I Will." Frank Sinatra sings a sentimental favorite called "There Used To Be A Ballpark." KC's Marilyn Maye performs a Jerome Kern song that wow'd em' on the Johnny Carson Show. Hear Mel Torme, Lou Rawls, Rose Clooney and more. See the playlists, leave comments at..

On The Neon Beat this week, Jukebox 3: Frank Sinatra launches this hour with a cut from his "Swingin' Session" album, "Blue Moon." Peggy Lee is next right off "Stagedoor Canteen" with Benny Goodman for "Why Don't You Do Right." Nat King Cole sings a jazzy version of the song, "Paper Moon." Johnny Mathis sings his biggest and longest running hit record, "Chances Are." Engelbert Humperdinck sings his great 1976 comeback hit. Hear The Lettermen, Glenn Miller, Claude King's "Wolverton Mtn" and much more.. Have a great week!

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