Where all your favorite vocalists have gone.......

             Early Rock N Roll....          That Made Sock Hops Fun!

The Voices that will keep you warm at night......

The Great U.S. Bands that make Summer fun.......

                                                                                          They May Be Gone..But their music lives!

portal-girlYou will find at Flaming Oldies.com that we play the greatest songs ever recorded and aired on radio during the great 1950's,1960's,1970's and now 1980's.

 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.

So get away from that "so-called" oldies radio on the airwaves that no longer plays the songs you want to hear. Click on our great web station  Flaming Oldies and hear the true oldies.

        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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Rock N Roll Heaven Spotlight.....

Jackie Wilson

Born:  June 9th, 1934    Died:  January 21, 1984.

Jackie Wilson had 24 Top 40 Hits on the Billboard Charts.

First Top 40 Hit:  To Be Loved (1958)

His Top 10 Hits:

Lonely Teardrops 1958, Night 1960, Alone At Last 1960, My Empty Arms 1861, Baby Workout 1963, (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher 1967

Elvis Presley

Born: January 8th, 1935    Died: August 16th, 1977

Elvis Presley had 107 Top 40 Hits on the Billboard Charts.

First Top 40 Hit:  Heartbreak Hotel (1956)

His Number 1 Hits:

Heartbreak Hotel 1956, I Want You, I Need You, I Love You 1956, Don't Be Cruel 1956, Hound Dog 1956, Love Me Tender 1956,  Too Much 1957, All Shook Up 1957, (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear 1957, Jailhouse Rock 1957, Don't 1958, Hard Headed Woman 1958, A Big Hunk O' Love 1959, Stuck On You 1960, It's Now or Never 1960, Are You Lonesome Tonight? 1960, Surrender 1961, Good Luck Charm 1962, Suspicious Minds 1969,

Otis Redding

Born: September 9th 1941   Died: December 10th 1967

Otis Redding had 11 Top 40 hits on the Billboard Charts.

First Top 40 Hit:   I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)

His Number 1 Hit:  (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay

Bobby Darin

Born: May 14, 1936    Died: December 20, 1973

Bobby Darin had 22 Top 40 Hits on the Billboard Charts

First Top 40 Hit:  Splish Splash 1958

His Top 10 Hits:

Splish Splash #3 1958, Queen Of The Hop #9 1958, Dream Lover #2 1959, Mack The Knife #1 1959, Beyond The Sea #6 1960, You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby #5 1961, Things #3 1962, You're The Reason I'm Living #3 1963, If I Were A Carpenter #8 1966

Jim Croce

Born:  January 10th 1943   Died: September 20th 1973

Jim Croce had 8 Top 40 Hits on The Billboard Charts

First Top 40 Hit:  You Don't Mess with Jim 1972

His Top 10 Hits:

You Don't Mess Around With Jim #8 1972, Bad, Bad Leroy Brown #1 1973, I Got A Name #10 1973, Time In A Bottle #1 1973, I'll Have To Say I Love You In A Song #9 1974

James Brown

Born: May 3, 1933   Died: December 25th 2006

James Brown had 44 Top 40 Hits on the Billboard Charts

First Top 40 Hit:   Think #33 1960

His Top 10 Hits:

Papa's Got A Brand New Bag Part 1 #8 1965, I Got You (I Feel Good) #3 1965, It's A Man's Man's Man's World #8 1966, Cold Sweat Part 1 #7 1967, I Got The Feelin' #6 1968, Living In America #4 1986

More Rockn' Roll Favorites To Be Celebrated Soon ...

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