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Ready for some old time rock n roll?

Crank up the air conditioning and get your bathing suit on, Summer is coming. It was already one of the hottest Mays on Record in Florida (driest too.) My studio is nice and cool, so I spend a great deal of time producing shows. especially now. I have some great plans for the next month. I’m going to delve into the bottom of the proverbial barrel to highlight forgotten songs that were for all intent and purposes minor hits that languished at the bottom of the Cash Box and Billboard charts in their respective years. Better to be a minor hit than no hit at all.

Later in the month there will be a two part show highlighting what June is famous for, Weddings! This month my good friend and Elvis and Ricky Nelson tribute artist, and Rock historian Peter Alden also joined me for a Stump the DJ show. The listeners had challenged me to play these long  forgotten songs. some requests and Peter brought along his list to stump me as well. Do you think I stumped him with a selection of Guess Who? Listen and find out.  Listen here.

With the new 2018 cars coming out with WI-fi and channels like Stitcher built in, you’ll be able to get our show almost anywhere when you travel. I’ll be keeping you up-to-date on these innovations as they develop. In the meantime continue to follow us on Face Book, (I don’t like Twitter I talk too much for Twitter), and our web site

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Lee Douglas
For the past eleven years senior citizen, and teacher turned internet DJ, Lee Douglas, has helped lead the fight for a resurgence of Oldies music across the country “You take 500 songs and play them over and over again nation-wide and eventually people are going to tire of it and tune out.” He believes that the lack of variety is what killed oldies radio. That and the fact that most program directors aren’t old enough to remember even the Beatles so naturally anything before that doesn’t exist in their minds. The baby boomers have very little choice; of course there is satellite radio if they can afford it. So Old Time Rock n Roll was born, to give oldies lovers an alternative. Despite being the largest internet and podcast oldies show around the world, Old Time Rock n Roll, he has set his sights on being even bigger. “Everyday people come up to me and say I wish I could listen to you while I am driving to work”, Douglas says. Now Lee has partnered with Stitcher radio, to have the show streamed to any type of cell phone on the market. And with the new technology in today's cars anything is possible. Add this to ten podcast and two internet radio networks and he can be heard almost anywhere.