Playing The Flaming Oldies For You
At Flaming Oldies we play the greatest songs ever recorded and aired on radio during the great 1950's,1960's,1970's a bit of the 1980's. You'll hear Elvis, The Four Seasons, The Beach Boys, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard and many, many more!
Where Your Favorite Vocalists Have Gone!
The place where you will always find the fabulous harmonies of The Beatles, the undeniable sound of the Motown Classics and the divas of the time such as Cher.
You'll hear Elvis, The Four Seasons, The Beach Boys, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, The Diamonds, Tom Jones, Frankie Avalon, Motown Classics, The Drifters, The Flamingos and many, many more.
The Specialty Shows
Greatest Hits USA - Saturdays 10:00 AM EST
Motown Memories - Saturdays 1:00 PM EST
Takin' Ya Back 60s,70s - Saturdays 3:00 PM EST
Wax Museum - Saturdays 5:00 PM EST
Music Beat- Saturdays 7:00 PM EST
Juke In The Back - Sundays 11:00 AM EST
Saving The 70s - Sundays 2:00 PM EST
Time Warp Request Show - Sundays 6:00 PM EST
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This Day In Music History
1966, Percy Sledge started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'When A Man Loves A Woman'. A No.4 hit on the UK chart and No.2 when re-issued in 1987. Before the recording session, the song had no title or lyrics. The session proceeded with the expectation that Sledge would produce them for the vocal takes.
Born This Day: May 28th
- 1943, Tony Mansfield, Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas
- 1944, Billy Vera, US singer, (1987 US No.1 single with The Beaters, 'At This Moment' featured in the US TV show, 'Family Ties'
- 1944, Gladys Knight
- 1945, John Fogerty, Creedence Clearwater Revival
- 1968, Kylie Minogue
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This Week's Oldies Classic
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" is a song written by Robbie Robertson and originally recorded by the group the Band in 1969. The song is a first-person narrative relating the economic and social distress experienced by a poor white Southerner, during the last year of the American Civil War. The most successful cover of the song was a version by Joan Baez released in 1971, which peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the U.S. chart. Billboard ranked it as the No. 20 song for 1971. The song became a Gold record.