Top of the World

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Who is your favorite singer? As a young girl, I dreamed of being Karen Carpenter. We’ve Only Just Begun to bring this sister, drummer, and beautiful, beloved contralto Close to You (Available starting in June 2019).

My 70’s Show

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What were you doing in the 1970s? Remember the “Way We Were,” with “Mandy” and “Sweet Caroline,” while coming to “America?” Neil Diamond, Captain & Tenille, John Denver, and more lite 70’s favorites — just happy music!

Ala Carte

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This show was created by request and is a compilation of favorites from the other shows. These are the “best of” the original artist’s songs, and, as the radio stations say, “More music, less talk.” A great first show, a great show when you’ve done all the others or you don’t know which to do next!

Girls of the 50s

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They were the “Girls” of the ‘50s, our favorite female vocalists. It was a decade for women like Doris Day, Dinah Shore, Patti Page, Judy Garland, and Debbie Reynolds. Learn about their lives, their music, and how they intertwined.

50 Nifty United States

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How many of our 50 states have you been to? Find out chronologically as they joined the Union with songs about the states and educational trivia on our home sweet home. Sing Stephen Foster, Mitch Miller, Johnny Cash, Perry Como, Patti Page, and more! Songs Include: Fifty Nifty United States Delaware Pennsylvania 6-5000 Georgia On My Mind Carolina Moon My …

At the Hop

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Kick off your shoes and relive a classic sock hop. Feel like a teenager again with your favorite songs from the 1950s. Songs Include: At the Hop Chantilly Lace Blueberry Hill Only You Whole Lot of Shakin’ Going On Great Balls of Fire Wake Up Little Susie Why Do Fools Fall in Love Yakety Yak Johnny B. Goode I Only …

Feeling’ Groovy

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Let’s play a quiz show. Category: History. This decade was the grooviest.Answer: “What is the Sixties?” Play along with music from Burt Bacharach, Mama’s & Papa’s, Fifth Dimension, Simon & Garfunkel, and many more! Songs include:   59th Street Bridge (Feelin’ Groovy) These Boots Are Made for Walking Respect Calendar Girl Help Aquarius/Let the Sunshine in (click for sample) California …

Ala Carte

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This show was created by request and is a compilation of favorites from the other shows. These are the “best of” the original artist’s songs, and, as the radio stations say, “More music, less talk.” A great first show, a great show when you’ve done all the others or you don’t know which to do next!