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.
Stream it live here. You can view information on past shows on the RRR page.