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KQCK's Rock and Roll 101 features songs Lennon-McCartney gave away!
Popular online radio oldies show presents some of the tunes John Lennon and Paul McCartney composed specifically for other acts during The Beatles early days.
Due to a last-minute scheduling change, this edition of Rock and Roll 101 is postponed until Sunday, October 21.
The next show, on October 21, features some of the many songs John Lennon and Paul McCartney penned specifically for someone else, and not necessarily for The Beatles. This collection includes hits by Peter & Gordon, Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas, The Silkie, The Fourmost, David & Jonathan and The Rolling Stones; and lost gems by Del Shannon, P.J. Proby, and Cilla Black.
The second hour includes “Can’t Get Used To Losing You” as the Cover of the Week, a tribute to Andy Williams, and a countdown of the Billboard Top Five for October 19, 1963.
So, for a different spin on the golden oldies that time forgot, join Daniel on Sunday, October 21, for two hours of music educational fun on Rock and Roll 101. Class is in session at 5 p.m. Arizona (Pacific) Time, on KQCK-Live Internet Radio, Queen Creek, Arizona.
Schedule subject to change.
ABOUT THE HOST:Before returning to his journalism career for good in 1995, Daniel spent over 20 years on the air, primarily in his home area of Fargo, N.D.-Moorhead, Minn., jocking numerous formats including Top 40, Adult Contemporary, Album Oriented Rock, Country and Classic Rock. A former oldies disc jockey, music programmer and arts & entertainment writer, Daniel served as creative consultant and narrator for the 2006 DDM Films documentary “Fargo Rocks,” a film devoted to the first four decades of Fargo-Moorhead’
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