Put your hands on your hips, let your backbone slip. Aside from donating, this is the key message in the music of the upcoming Spring fundraising edition of Triple-R Radio. Things lift off with Roy’s original 1966 copy of Wilson Pickett’s “Land Of 1000 Dances” featuring all the snaps, crackled and pops of a well played 55-year-old 45. The merriment continues with some early Alberta rockabilly from Scotty Stevenson; 1960s dance-fad singles from Huey ‘Piano’ Smith & The Clowns, Dee Dee Sharp, Sam Cooke, and Miriam Makeba; country boogie from Moon Mullican; 1930s movers from Lil Armstrong and Duke Ellington; dining and dancing tips from Aretha Franklin, and more.
That’s Sunday, April 25, 1pm, Mountain. Tune in as World Spinning host, Lark Clark, joins RRR host, Roy Forbes, for a lively hour of 45s and 78s – it’s a Spring Fundraising Dance Date on Roooy’s Record Room, the show that continues to revolve.
If you want to donate, go to www.ckua.com for full details.
See you Sunday!