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Music of the Vietnam Era (Dedicated to those who served). There's Motown, country, album-oriented LP cuts, DooWop, big band, jukebox favorites, swing, Oldies But Goodies, hit parade, the Great American Songbook, music from the 50s through the 80s. Whatever brings back memories for you. Danny Lane opens the doors to his Music Museum. You'll say "Those were the days"
 
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Our goal with The Vietnam War: The Music is to honor the fallen and the survivors with the music that got them through “just one more day”. Our shows are broadcast around the world. They say thank you & “welcome home” to all Vietnam Vets. ***** As we close season three, the theme is centered around a military cadence call, “Jody's Got Your Cadillac…
 
There are some expressions that have worked their way into our daily conversations. Words like social-distancing, contact tracing, curbside pickup, Zoom meetings, no contact service. On and on it goes. Our world will never be the same. We have also learned a new appreciation for those we call “essential workers.” They are the front line workers who…
 
How many times do you say “Those were the days”? We all know that you can’t go back, but you can remember the good old days. Danny Lane’s Those Were The Days series is just the way to remember. This is nostalgia at its best and it just might be the best hour of your day. Enjoy. ---- Join the conversation on Facebook at ---- https://www.facebook.com…
 
Vietnam War: The Music presents a salute to the American Forces Vietnam Network. AFVN was created as a morale-boosting military radio station for servicemen and women in Vietnam. AFVN broadcast 24 hours a day, seven days a week for over 10 years; it began broadcasting on August 15, 1962, and ended in March of 1973. At the height of American involve…
 
The vocal harmony group tradition, known as Doo Wop, developed in the post-World War II era. It was the most popular form of rhythm and blues music among black teenagers, especially those living in the large urban centers of the eastern coast, in Chicago, and in Detroit. To those of us kids who were color-blind, it was just cool music coming from o…
 
Music from a bygone era but just as fresh as the memories you have for it. Let's go back in time with Danny Lane for the best hour of your day. Listen to track #18 for Synia Carroll. She sings the jazz standards and great artists like Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Nancy Wilson and Sarah Vaughn. Synia now basks in the Suncoast Jazz scene of Saras…
 
Our mission here at the Music Museum is to support all Vietnam Veterans and those who serve the United States, then and now. We thank you for your service. ****** Early-on, in Vietnam, soldiers turned to music as a lifeline to the home front they’d promised to defend. Rock & roll (R&R) really became rest & relaxation (R&R) for the troops. It was th…
 
In this episode you’ll hear Nanci sing: 1) Everything's Comin' Up Roses (from Blue Roses From The Moons) 2) The Last Of The True Believers (from Beyond Country) 3) Well... All Right by Nanci Griffith & The Crickets (from Not Fade Away [Remembering Buddy Holly]) 4) Love At The Five And Dime (from One Fair Summer Evening [Live]) 5) Battlefield (from …
 
Rare BASEMENT TAPES – Discovered in the vaults of radio station WNEU on vintage reel-to-reel magnetic audio tapes and meticulously restored to on-air condition. These were state-of-the-art recordings created long before compact cassette tapes were produced. We present the music to you exactly as it was recorded in 1967. Enjoy. In this episode you’l…
 
“Your Hit Parade” was an American radio and television music program that was broadcast from 1935 to 1959. It was sponsored by American Tobacco's Lucky Strike cigarettes. During this 24-year run, the show had 19 orchestra leaders and 52 singers or groups. Not surprisingly, listeners were informed that the "Your Hit Parade survey checks the best sel…
 
This exhibit is called The Vietnam War: The Music. Our mission at the Music Museum is to support all Vietnam Veterans and those who serve the United States, then and now. We thank you for your service. ----- Many of the songs in this episode will have a special meaning for you. A place, a brother, a time gone by. This program is for you, the Vietna…
 
In this episode you’ll hear: 1) Motown Song by Rod Stewart 2) Hotel California by The Eagles 3) Knowing Me, Knowing You by ABBA 4) For Once In My Life by Stevie Wonder 5) Sacrifice by Elton John 6) Pinch Me by Barenaked Ladies 7) Take It To The Limit by Suzy Bogguss 8) Tower Of Song by Leonard Cohen (with Jennifer Warnes) 9) The Only Living Boy In …
 
Years ago, the "Make Believe Ballroom" took you to the greatest ballrooms imaginable to listen to the great bands of the era. Come with us now as Danny Lane takes you to the Suncoast Supper Club via a “remote” broadcast from high above the bandstand. Imagine 4 stages with continuous music and a dance floor that swings and sways. Right this way, you…
 
I’m Danny Lane, the curator of The Music Museum. This exhibit is called The Vietnam War: The Music. Our mission here at the Music Museum is to support all Vietnam Veterans and those who serve the United States, then and now. The title, Brothers In Arms, is chosen to recognize the military participation and sacrifices of Australia, New Zealand, Thai…
 
In this episode you’ll hear: 1) Two Hearts by Bruce Springsteen 2) Ain't That A Shame [Cover of Fats Domino's 1955 version] by Cheap Trick 3) Fame (Reached #1 on Sep. 20, 1975 & lasted for 2 weeks) by David Bowie 4) Long Train Runnin' by The Doobie Brothers 5) Already Gone by The Eagles 6) All By Myself [Reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 o…
 
Music can be therapeutic and evoke memories from the "good old days". But here’s to Better Days. Come take a journey down memory lane. If you long to remember times gone by, listen to these memorable songs. Tap your feet, sing along, and smile. "Those were the days." ***** Join the conversation on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id…
 
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