Mickey Bo's Rock 'n' Roll Revue

R.I.P
JERRY LEE

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THE  world has lost Jerry Lee Lewis — one of the last of the original rockers. This week’s show pays tribute to The Killer with some of his hits, a teenage recording, and tunes by his relatives and influences. Part two features performers named Jones.

PLAYLIST: Friday, Novemberxx — Thursday, November 10, 2022

Jerry Lee Lewis — Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On (1957)
Roy Hall — Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On (1955)
Jerry Lee Lewis — Great Balls of Fire (1957)
Jerry Lee Lewis — Bonnie B (1961)
Carl Perkins — Put Your Cat Clothes On (1956)
Linda Gail Lewis — Break Up The Party (1965)
Mickey Gilley — Call Me Shorty (1958)
Big Joe Turner — Teenage Letter (1957)
Moon Mullican — Cherokee Boogie (1951)
Jerry Lee Lewis — Jerry Lee’s Boogie (1952)

Jimmy Jones — Handy Man (1960)
Jimmy Jones — Good Timin’ (1960)
Joe Jones — You Talk Too Much (1960)
Commonwealth Jones (Ronnie Dawson) — Do Do Do (1961)
Corky Jones (Buck Owens) — Hot Dog (1956)
Thumper Jones (George Jones) — Rock It (1956)
Lewis Jones — I Believe To My Soul (1962)
Thelma Jones — Never Leave Me (1966)
Kay Cee Jones — Johnny, Johnny, Johnny (1958)
Johnny Jones & The Imperial 7 — Really (Part 1) (1963)

EARLY ROCK 'N' RHYTHM!

MICKEY BO, your Backbeat Buddy, takes you on a bouncy one hour romp through the vintage rock, doo wop, R&B, and rockabilly playground. You'll hear:

ROCK'S GOLDEN AGE!   Mid-'50s to mid-'60s oldies.

ROCK'S ROOTS!   Earthy late-'40s to early-'50s jump blues that evolved into rock 'n' roll.

OLD HITS & FORGOTTEN RECORDS!   Your faves laced with lesser known greats.

FASCINATIN' FACTS!   Behind-the-scenes tidbits about the records and the folks who made 'em.

ROCK 'N' ROLL DOWN TO ITS ROOTS!


CLICK TO VISIT THESE OLDIES SITES:

Association for Original Rock & Roll Softnezee Internet Radio New England Doo Wop Society East Coast Music Hall of Fame


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