It’s another musical potluck this week on Triple-R Radio as Roy digs through more 78s from the crates. You’ll hear a 1955 doo-wop disc from Donald Woods & The Bel-Airs that inspired and was covered by Frank Zappa. Nellie Lutcher gives a shout-out to her home town. Jazz piano-wonder Art Tatum swings a Dvorak classic. A fella calling himself Luke The Drifter sings about Ramblin’, sounding suspiciously like a revered 20th century country music icon.
And that just a taste of the aural treats in store. You’ll also hear sides from Johnnie & Jack, Terry Fell & The Fellers, Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, the Treniers, Kay Starr, Percy Mayfield, and more.
There’ll be some high-grade shuffling at the shellac shack this coming Sunday, June 6th, at 1 PM Mountain (repeated Wednesday, 4 AM). Tune in for more 78s from the crates on Roooy’s Record Room, the show that revolves, and reveals.