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|Beatles radio show to feature Beatles Dance Party next Wednesday|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Wednesday, 07/25/12 4:07 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Ken Michaels' weekly two-hour live broadcast of his Beatles show "Every Little Thing," heard Wednesdays 8-10pm (est) on 88.7 WNHU (West Haven, CT, available for streaming at www.wnhu.net) always features unique thematic sets that span the Beatles' full catalogue of group, solo-recordings and side projects.
On Wednesday, August 1, Ken will feature a one-hour "Beatles Dance Party," including songs all the subject of dancing! It's all songs with the word "Dance" or a form thereof, plus songs with types of dances in the song titles, and others where dancing is the subject matter of the song.
Since starting his Beatles program in 1982 on college radio station WNYT, later heard on New Jersey rocker WDHA-FM, XM Radio and now in syndication on 16 other stations, Ken has always offered thematically-driven shows, with sets like Songs With Paul on Drums, Piano-Driven songs, Songs that feature Eric Clapton, Beatles Anatomy sets (with body parts in song titles,) Songs written/co-written by Ringo, John's Political Songs, Specific Year Sets, etc.
Ken says, "I love coming up with unique ideas like this. It gets listeners involved and makes them think 'what songs could work in this kind of set?' My show's always been about taking a look at the Beatles from every angle, and it's a different, fun and refreshing way of listening to the music."
The "Beatles Dance Party" hour will start at 9pm (EST). For more about Ken and his show "Every Little Thing," visit www.kenmichaelsradio.com.
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