We’re Spotlighting November Born Music Stars
AND Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame Nominees!
NOVEMBER finds us Spotlighting Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominees for induction into the RockHall and Museum at Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to including the new crop of nominees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in our mix this month, we’re giving Extra Plays to GreatGold music artists born in November during years gone by. ((The new, 2018 Nominees TO BE ANNOUNCED.))
ROCK AND ROLL FANS have an opportunity to vote for the music artists they would like to see inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio at a ceremony in 2017. All nominees for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2017 are: Bad Brains, Chaka Khan, Chic, Depeche Mode, Electric Light Orchestra, J. Geils Band, Jane’s Addiction, Janet Jackson, Joan Baez, Joe Tex, Journey, Kraftwerk, MC5, Pearl Jam, Steppenwolf, The Cars, The Zombies, Tupac Shakur, and Yes. There are nineteen nominees. Lovers of Rock and Roll can make their choices known by voting before December 5, 2016. See McStreamy.com for more info, including where you can vote for your favorites.
SOME OF THE NOVEMBER BORN singers and musicians who are getting Extra Plays of their big hits during this, their Birthday Month, include: BONNIE RAITT; TINA TURNER; BILLY IDOL; PERCY SLEDGE; LULU; ADAM ANT; ART GARFUNKEL of Simon and Garfunkel; PETER NOONE of Herman’s Hermits; BRYAN ADAMS; NICK SIMPER of Deep Purple; DON McDOUGALL of Guess Who; TERRY JOHNSON of The Flamingos; RUBY NASH CURTIS of Ruby and The Romantics; BRIAN HYLAND;
AND: RICKY MARTIN; GLENN FREY of The Eagles and solo; DEE CLARK; JOHNNY RIVERS; TOM FOGERTY of Creedence Clearwater Revival; MARY TRAVERS and PAUL STOOKEY of Peter, Paul and Mary; DAVE LOGGINS; DONNA FARGO; BOOKER T JONES of Booker-T and The MGs; JAY BLACK of Jay and The Americans; RICH GOOCH of Quarterflash; BRUCE HORNSBY; CLYDE McPHATTER;
ABBA member Anni-Frid Lyngsdtad; JOE LEEWAY of The Thompson Twins; BOB LIND; CARL PERKINS; PAUL REVERE and THE RAIDERS bassist Charlie Coe and drummer Joe Correro; MIRACLES members Pete Moore and Warren “Pete” Moore; BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS pianist/sax player Fred Lipsius; BUCKINGHAMS drummer Tom Scheckel; GERRY McGEE of The Ventures; NEIL YOUNG of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young and solo; STEPHEN BISHOP;
ALSO: PETULA CLARK; GENE CLARK and GRAM PARSONS of The Byrds; HANK BALLARD; JOE WALSH of The Eagles/The James Gang and solo; DOCTOR JOHN; CHRIS JOYCE of Simply Red; HUEY LEWIS AND THE NEWS bassist Mario Cipollina and Drummer Bill Gibson; WHOOPI GOLDBERG; FREDDIE GARRITY of Freddie and The Dreamers; STYX guitarist James Young; BON JOVI bassist Alec John Such; ERROL BROWN of Hot Chocolate; LESLIE McKEOWN of Bay City Rollers; CORNELL GUNTHER of The Coasters;
PLUS: AMY GRANT; EDDIE RABBIT; BRUCE CHANNEL; DENNY DOHERTY of The Mamas and Papas; FELIX CAVALIERE of Young Rascals/Rascals; LUTHER INGRAM; and JUNE POINTER of The Pointer Sisters and solo; BOB WESTON of Fleetwood Mac in the early 1970s; DAN PECK of America; MAGNE FURUHOLMEN of A-ha; ARTHUR “Pooch” TAVARES; GUNS N’ ROSES keyboardist Chris Pitman, guitarist Richard Fortus and drummer Matt Sorum; HARRY RUSHAKOFF and BEN WILSON of Blues Traveler; and FOUR SEASONS keyboardist/singer/songwriter Bob Gaudio.
GREATGOLD is GreatGold.fm, ClassicHitOldies.com, GreatGoldHits.com and GreatGoldMusic.com. No matter which you choose, you'll always get GreatGold. We play Classic Hits from the 1950s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and the best of the 2000s, 2010s and beyond. Sometimes you'll hear a song in the Rock category, or Pop, Blues, Motown, Disco, Soul, Country Crossover, Soft Rock, male and female singers, boy bands, girl bands, and once in awhile you may hear an outstanding independent or new artist with a Classic Hits Wannabee.
The GreatGold Classic Hits Mix consists of, generally, Top 40 hits from the past, and, occasionally, songs that should have been. We play the Best of More Than 60+ years of The Greatest Music from Life's Soundtrack. The finest of the last half of the 20th Century, mixed in with gems from the 21st Century. No matter which Genre the Songs first fell into, or, which type of radio station first played them, it's a tune we call GREATGOLD, and, part of the History of Rock and Roll.
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