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We're Going Welsh for St. David's Day, this Week on Come by the Hills!

It is indeed that time of year again! We've got two Celtic cultural days in the month of March, and Friday was the first of them, being the feast-day of St. David of Wales! So, before we get to all the green beer and such later this month with that other saint, let's take some time to honour the Welsh culture and especially its language and song this week on Mushroom Fm's premier Celtic music show!

More musical numbers tonight on The Early Years!

Join me for The Early Years where you'll enjoy the best variety of music from Rock and Roll's Golden Age (its first quarter century) with an occasional nod to other decades including music from before the rock era.
Tonight, I'll continue my listener-suggested theme, songs with numbers in their titles. I'll start by revisiting numbers two and five (thanks to your suggestions and a song I heard on another Mushroom FM show), then pick up where I left off at number eight and continue to number seventeen. You'll hear some songs you haven't heard in a long time if ever.

Coming up on Saturday at the Described Movies: Gaslight.

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From this Saturday at 2am Eastern, and repeated every four hours throughout the day , it’s the described movie Gaslight from 1944.
Gaslight is an American mystery-thriller film, adapted from Patrick Hamilton's 1938 play Gas Light, about a woman whose husband slowly manipulates her into believing that she is going insane.
Directed by: George Cukor.
Produced by: Arthur Hornblow Jr.
Screenplay by: John Van Druten, Walter Reisch and John L. Balderston

1949: Jukebox Rhythm Review, part 2 this week on The Juke In The Back!

The Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.

This week on The Mosen Explosion, by George! Some say it's your birthday!

Ah, summer. Wonderful summer. So glorious, so radiant, so warm, so gone. Only three short weeks ago, the feels like temperature was hotter than the actual temperature as we were sweltering in 34 degree heat. And now, the heat is electric as we switch everything over to hot after a very sudden cold snap that’s hit us with a feels-like temperature of 8 degrees. But you know, whether the weather be warm or cold, you’re always sure of a warm welcome to the jolly old Mosen Explosion, still pumping out the nonsense after all these years.

More musical numbers tonight on The Early Years!

Join me for The Early Years where you'll enjoy the best variety of music from Rock and Roll's Golden Age (its first quarter century) with an occasional nod to other decades including music from before the rock era.

Coming up on Saturday at the Described Movies: Good Morning, Vietnam.

From 2am Eastern on Saturday, and broadcast every four hours throughout the day, Good Morning, Vietnam.
Directed by Barry Levinson.
Produced by Larry Brezner and Mark Johnson.
Written by Mitch Markowitz.
Starring Robin Williams and Forest Whitaker.
Music by Alex North.
Cinematography Peter Sova.
Edited by Stu Linder.
Production company Touchstone Pictures.
Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures.
Release date December 23, 1987 limited release, January 15, 1988 wide release.
Running time 121 minutes.

1949: Jukebox Rhythm Review, part 1 this week on The Juke In The Back!

The Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.

1949: Jukebox Rhythm Review, part 1 this week on The Juke In The Back!

The Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.

Musical numbers tonight on The Early Years!

Join me for The Early Years where you'll enjoy the best variety of music from Rock and Roll's Golden Age (its first quarter century) with an occasional nod to other decades including music from before the rock era.
Several months ago, a regular listener suggested an intriguing theme: songs with numbers in their titles. He included a list that provided fodder for Stevie's brain. Tonight, I'll begin a series featuring songs with numbers in their titles and groups with numbers in their names. I'll start with the number one and continue to ... well, can you guess what number?

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