I am a featured guest along with John Howell on Sally’s Breakfast Show, music of the 60’s. Thank you, Sally and William. Rock on!
Over the last four weeks we have been featuring the hits in the charts of 1960-1962. We have also included some of the notable events in those years for the up and coming stars who were centre stage at the time. You can find these posts:The Breakfast Show with hosts William Price King and Sally Cronin
We will be sharing the music of the 1960s until the end of May before moving on to the 1970s. Participate in the spin-off shows and share your memories of the music of the 60s. An opportunity to share your work and here are the details:The Breakfast Show 2021
The first guest today is John W. Howellwho shares his wonderful memories of the 1960s and his time as a D.J on radio.
John in the 1960s
Thanks, Sally for allowing me to give my impressions of the decade of 60s music.
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Great choice, Jennie!
Thank you, Darlene!
Thanks for sharing your memories and song choice with us Jennie.. lovely to have you over..hugsx♥
Yet was a pleasure, Sally! Hugs. 🥰
How fun! So what were your favorite songs from the ’60’s?
Anything Beatles and all the R&B groups like the Four Tops, Temptations, etc. that was early 60s.
Fun column–and congrats on being featured!
Thanks so much, Jacqui!
You and John make a fine interview pair! Enjoyed the column.
Thanks, Laura! 😀
I shared this on Twitter, Jennie.
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks so much, Pete. I will have to remember how to get onto my account. 🙂 Aren’t you the techy one!
Oh, and I left a comment on Sally’s blog. 🙂
Many thanks, Pete. It was really fun to share my memories, and being alongside John was terrific. For the record you are right, the Isley Brothers’ version of Twist and Shout is the best one, plus it was first. Best to you, Pete.
I can see the Aqua Roomers Twisting and Shouting now.
Haha! I have photos and videos!!
You will share, I hope?
This is tricky because of getting permission from every parent. And, there are lots of children in the video. Oh, did they love dancing to the Beatles!
I didn’t think of that. I’ll just imagine them dancing to the Beatles, then!
I wish I could share, Liz. They really loved it and danced away!
That’s awesome, Jennie.
Thank you, Norah!
Wow! There are so many D.J.’s and TV-hosts around. Shame on me, my voice is not practicable o much. By the way: Part II of this serial is out today. 😉 Michael
Oh, thank you for letting me know. I must head over to read.