Golden Oldies Music
Love golden oldies? Welcome to our Juke Box Saturday Night #4. Many thanks to all who requested songs for Juke Box Saturday Night. There are 44 of your requests, with many holiday favorites. Please click here to get to our Rec Room, and then click on the juke box to get the songs. If we didn’t get to yours because space is limited, we’ll try another time.
- “I’ll be Home for Christmas” by Elvis Presley for Peter Powell, Ruby King Arthur, Judy Watson, Linda Vale, Jeanie Hayes, Brandi Holstein, and Charlie Bubenheim.
- “Duke of Earl” by Gene Chandler for Gordie Strain, Ann Baldwin-Clarkston, Linda Vale, LjGoss, Milt James Hinckley, Eddie Dean, and Bonnie Hewitt Cooper.
- “Blue Christmas” by Elvis Presley for Alice Kobulinsky, Sharon Hastings Steele, Jeanie Hayes, Judith Balint Nayfield Kelly, Carol Doreen Hayny, Judy Watson
- “All I Have to do is Dream” by The Everly Brothers for Christime Szparkowski Sheehan, Linda Vale, and Barbara Johnson.
- “My Boy Lollipop” by Millie Small for Sunshine Phoenix.
- “Cajun Queen” by Jimmy Dean for Ralph Moschella and John Bergemann.
- “Iko Iko” by The Dixie Cups for Ronald Patterson.
- “The Christmas Song” by Nat King Cole for Darlene Wilson.
- “Easier Said Than Done” by The Essex for Sonny Cook.
- “That’s Old Fashioned” by The Everly Brothers for John Parravani (and a happy birthday).
- “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” by The Tokens for Ann Baldwin-Clarkston.
- “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” by Brenda Lee for Susan Hitz, Holly Pitts, Beverly Yawn Andrews, Albert Moore, Deborah WhoDAt Sevin, Linda Buford, and Paulette Faile.
- “My Own True Love” by The Duprees for Michelle Rosen Gorden.
- “Johnny Angel” by Shelley Fabares for Ada Perez, Terri Bartron, nancy Pryor, and Jeanie Hayes.
- “Angel Baby” by Rosie and The Originals for Lorrie Chavez.
- “Baja” by The Astronauts for Sandy Heinzz Graham.
- “White Christmas” by The Drifters for George P. Cooper.
- “Singing the Blues” by Guy Mitchell for Sharon Grady.
- “To the Aisle” by The Five Satins for Tom Campbell.
- “Satisfied Part 1 & 2” by The Cashmeres for John Van Orden.
- “Green Door” by Jim Lowe for Charlie Bubenheim.
- “Nip Sip” by The Clovers for William Lawton Wells.
- “Buzz Buzz Buzz” by The Hollywood Flames for Mogan Wheeler.
- “Memphis” by Johnny Rivers for Evelyn O’Dell Sorbel.
- “I’m Leaving it Up to You” by Dale & Grace for Clemente Contreras.
- “A Thousand Stars” by Kathy Young and The Innocents for Howard Poole, Beverly Yawn Andrews, Albert Moore, Deborah WhoDat Sevin, Linda Buford, and Paulette Faile.
- “The Wanderer” by Dion for Allan Griffith.
- “Jingle Bell Rock” by Bobby Helms for Daniel J Levins.
- “Cry to Me” by Solomon Burke for Allen Webb.
- “She’s Gone (With the Wind)” by Fred Parris and The Scarlets for Richard Sharp.
- “Gee” by The Crows for Denny Amntite.
- “It’s All in the Game” by Tommy Edwards for Anthony Bonome and Margie Nolan Mark.
- “Golden Teardrops” by The Flamingos for Anthony Picarelli Sr.
- “Step by Step” by The Crests for Maryann Trout McNiff.
- “Sunday Kind of Love” by Willie Winfield & The Harptones for Sonny Joan Coppa.
- “Right or Wrong” by Ronnie Dove for Pamela Raccio.
- “C.C. Rider” by Chuck Willis for Linda Slaydon.
- “Rhythm of the Rain” by The Cascades for Shirley Larson.
- “So This is Love” by The Castells for Mo Lyttle and Robert Houle.
- “For Your Precious Love” by Jerry Butler for Don Black.
- “Blue on Blue” by Bobby Vinton for Bibi Garz-Gongora and Shirley A. Anderson.
- “Another Saturday Night” by Sam Cooke for Sue McNeill.
- “Nina-Non” by Joni James for Judith Balint Nayfireld Kelly.
- “Dawn” by The Four Seasons for John Sedlemeyer.
For More Golden Oldies Music
The Daily Doo Wop Rec Room has daily featured doo wop, rock and roll, R&B, or rockabilly songs that were hits during the first era of rock and roll (that is, from about 1952 until the British invasion in 1964). After a song is featured, it then goes into the juke box. You are welcome to listen to any of the 40+ selections there. Every weekend, there is a Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday Night, and the juke box is full of song requests from the 1950s and 1960s.
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