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|Beatles radio show salutes Neil Armstrong this week|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Tuesday, 09/04/12 4:34 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Tomorrow evening, September 5, Ken Michaels' Beatles radio program "Every Little Thing" pays tribute to Neil Armstrong with a set of Beatles & solo "Moon" songs. One of Ken's unique features are interesting thematic sets spanning the Beatles' full music catalogue of over 50 years. While Ken has done complete Celestial Hours of music from the Beatles before, this time it will focus solely on "Moon" songs, songs where the word "Moon" appears in the title.
Ken says "There are plenty of songs that fit this theme, especially from Paul's solo-career. There'll be a few surprises thrown in as usual. Neil was looked upon as a hero to many, the first man on the moon. What better way to pay tribute on a Beatles show?"
"Every Little Thing" is heard as a live broadcast Wednesdays on 88.7 WNHU, West Haven, CT, 8-10pm (EST), and can be streamed at www.wnhu.net. Ken recently celebrated his 30th Anniversary since starting his weekly Beatles program, which includes the Beatles' group and solo-recordings, cover versions and more, mixed with trivia, games, the latest news, and Ken's signature thematic sets. "Every Little Thing" is also heard as a syndicated one-hour show on 16 other radio stations. Ken's website offers weekly Beatles trivia, interviews with people connected to the Beatles, and a listing of all the stations that carry "Every Little Thing."
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