Best Doowop podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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The Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show, bringing you the widest selection of oldies anywhere on our planet Earth. All the hits and misses from the genres of Soul, Motown, Country, Doo-Wop, Folk and Rock 'n' Roll. We play the very first golden age of American Rock 'n' Roll. You'll hear all the charted hits from and beyond the Top 40.
 
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Midnight Mixtapes
Weekly
 
A music podcast hosted by Fredie a guy with a vagabond sense of music. if your tired of listening to radio and they never play your favorites or they play the same 6 songs you'll enjoy this cast, everything from jump blues and rockabilly to funk and metal and indy . We love film and tv honestly all over the place you never know what will be played or discussed, a sense of humor and not taking it too serious .
 
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Bad Advice Show
Monthly+
 
Bad Advice Show features Gordon Baker Bone , Cerrome Russell (of The Decepticomics), and Melanie Dione, offering ridiculous advice that will probably get you punched, arrested, sued, or hospitalized.
 
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Mixtape Assembly
Rare
 
Mixtape Assembly is a new podcast in which guests from all walks of life choose songs that are special to them, and tell the stories behind their choices. Created and produced by Hartley Lloyd Pack.
 
Pete is a native New Yorker born and raised 13 miles from NYC. in Mt.Vernon, hometown of Dick Clark ( and not surprisingly one of his inspirations). Pete grew up listening to Top40 radio of the 60s and early 70s,like radio stations WMCA,WINS,and WABC.
 
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With Nino & The Ebbtides, Skeeter Davis, Freddie North, The Harptones, Garnet Mimms & The Enchanters, Bobby Bare, Brook Benton... We kick off the show with an old Glenn Miller standard "Jukebox Saturday Night" covered in 1960 with 2 hit medley of "The Book of Love" and "Get A Job". Our twin spin this week is Brian Hyland's "Itsy Bitsy Teenie We ...…
 
Featuring James Ray, Jack Scott, Billy Ward & His Dominoes, Dion, Johnny Cash, Chubby Checker, The Drifters, Lee Andrews & The Hearts... We start off strong with the original "Got My Mind Set On You" by James Ray, the 45 George Harrison bought during a visit to the U.S. in 1963. Another original we feature "A Thousand Stars" by Eugene Pearson, ...…
 
With Bobby Mitchell & The Toppers, The Clovers, Big Joe Turner, Lee Allen, LaVern Baker, Pat Boone... We start off with the original "I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday" later covered by Fats Domino. Other notable originals include "The Shape I'm In" by Kenny Lee Martin. Our twin spin this week is the Flamingos' "Love Walked In" and its haunting b-si ...…
 
With The Lifeguards (aka. The Comets), Otis Redding, The Fireflies, Fats Domino, Carl Perkins, Eddie Bo, Mickey Baker, Jimmy McCracklin, Faron Young, Jimmy Hughes, Al Hibbler, Burl Ives... We start off with an instrumental a-la The Comets without Bill Haley incognito as The Lifeguards. Another fabulous instrumental in the show which was just a ...…
 
With the Matys Brothers, Duane Eddy, Little Joey & The Flips, Titus Turner, Stan Freberg, Bobby Charles, Aretha Franklin... This week we feature our twin spin with The Baritones' "After School Rock" and its b-side "Sentimental Baby" out of Dore Records in '58. A special treat for the Queen of Soul fans, you'll get to hear a very young Aretha fr ...…
 
With Jerry Lee Lewis, Dr. Feelgood & The Interns, Gene Thomas, Chuck Berry, Clyde McPhatter, The Beach Boys, Marvin Gaye, The Four Freshmen, The Five Keys... More originals kept alive! In this show, "Cherry Pie" by Marvin & Johnny from '54, later covered by Skip & Flip in '59, "A Rockin' Good Way" by Priscilla Brown & The Spaniels from '59, lat ...…
 
Yes yes! Mixtape Assembly in now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Soundcloud, and we've been boosted by the arrival of Simon Suspence, who is going to share the hosting responsibilities alongside Hartley. For his first guest, Simon's only gone and linked a certain Farma G, Taskforce alumni, responsible for releasing some of the finest h ...…
 
With Bobby "Blue" Bland, The Jacks, Miss Toni Fisher, Anita & The So So's, Jan Bradley, The Crystals, The Ames Brothers. We're keeping the originals alive! You'll hear "Keep On Dancing" by the Avantis (later covered by the Gentrys) or Chris Carter's "Yester-me, yester-you, Yesterday" (later covered by Stevie Wonder) This week's twin spin includ ...…
 
With Sam Cooke, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Jim Reeves, Duane Eddy, Jackie Wilson... In this week's show, you'll do the Mojo Workout and hear 2 original classics who not a lot give credit to. First the original "Little Darlin'" not by the Diamonds but by the Gladiolas recorded before '57 and the original "Stranded In The Jungle" not by the Ca ...…
 
Playing lesser known songs by the stars: Everlys, Mr. Excitement or Little Miss Dynamite. This week's twin spin includes Ben E. King's "Spanish Harlem" and its B-side "First Taste Of Love."
 
Playing the hits and misses of the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll. For years, we've heard the big hits, now let's make room for those lesser known tracks still from big names and which still cracked the Top 100.
 
Featuring the Golden Era of American Rock & Roll. This week's Twin Spin is Billy Myles' "The Joker" and its b-side "Honey Bee".
 
Featuring the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll. This week's twin spin includes the Rays' "Silhouettes" and its B-side "Daddy Cool".
 
Playing the Golden Era of American Rock & Roll, we start strong with Dean & Jean's "Tra-La-La-La Suzy" which came on the tail end of the era that we know. Our twin spin features The Jive Bombers "Bad Boy" and its B-side "When Your Hair Has Turned To Silver." You'll hear the original "Soul Twist" by King Curtis and the late Tony Desgro's favorit ...…
 
Playing the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll. This week we feature our twin spin with the Olympics "Western Movies" and its B-side "Well". The show has a little bit for everyone: Mambo, Cha Cha Cha, tearjerkers, falsetto ballads, street corner serenades and a whole lot more.
 
It's Valentine's Day, and the crew talks about everything but. Get your fill of politics, pop culture, and wisdom, with NONE of the love hangover.
 
Celebrating the Golden Era of American Rock & Roll, this week we feature our twin spin A-side by the Blue Jays "Lover's Island" and its B-side "You're Gonna Cry." We kick off with a fabulous cover of Sixty Minute Man by the Untouchables out of Madison Records, then rap "Rang Tang Ding Dong" with the Cellos. Later on Don & Phil craft what would ...…
 
The planet's gone mad, Mel and Cerrome don't believe one of Gordon's stories, and the Private Summer evolves. All that and more in this week's episode, so tune in and tell a friend!
 
We proudly pay homage to the Day The Music Died; three of Rock & Roll's most promising stars (Honoring Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and JP Richardson "The Big Bopper") lost their lives at such a young age on February 3, 1959. We'll end playing Don McLean's famous tribute song.
 
Cardi B inspires Mel's latest business venture, Cerrome reveals why he shouldn't have Sims, and Gordon...isn't quite sure who Anita Baker is. Also, don't forget the gang wants you to help them design the Private Summer. Check it out and tell a friend!
 
Come here to soak up the bad advice we have to offer about families, drinking, and of course, living in New Jersey. Also, beloved listeners, we need your help making up a new drink that we're going to label the "Private Summer." We're trying to get you warm and right, so hit us up with your suggestions under the hashtag #BAPrivateSummer.…
 
Featuring the Golden Era of American Rock & Roll, playing all songs before the Beatles. This week's twin spin is James Brown's A-side "Please Please Please" and its B-side "Why Do You Do Me". Brace yourself, baby boomers, you'll hear the original "Wreck of the John B" by Jimmie Rodgers which later the Beach Boys covered as "Sloop John B."…
 
Featuring the Golden Era of American Rock & Roll. Our Twin Spin this week is Ernie K. Doe's A-side "Mother-in-law" and its B-side "$10,000 Reward".
 
Japanese game shows, how to make a good trap, and Gordon's crack deal that wasn't keep our crew going this week. Check it out and tell a friend!
 
Featuring the Golden Age of American Rock & Roll. Featuring the Twin Spin this week by the Charts "Deserie" as its A-side and "Zoop" its B-side. You'll also hear the original "Till Then" by the Hilltoppers, who later the Classics made it a hit in 1963.
 
Featuring the Rock & Roll Era, from 1954 to 1963. My Twin Spin A side & B side this week - The Clovers "Love Potion No. 9" & "Stay Awhile". The show highlights an Elvis cover of an old Eagles' tune "Trying To Get To You" featured on his first album from 1956.
 
The Happy New Year Special takes us years ago when I broadcast on FM the actual New Year. I want to wish everyone a Happy 2019 full of health and stay tuned for an exciting upcoming year.
 
This Christmas show is from my days on Spectrum Radio. I hope you enjoy this great classic Christmas Rock and Roll from Brenda Lee, Bobby Helms, The Ronettes, The Beach Boys, Andy Williams, The Crystals, The Crystals, Burl Ives, Chuck Berry, Aretha Franklin, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Mathis, Tony Bennett, Jose Feliciano and more.…
 
Hop into your '57 Chevy Impala and take a trip down memory lane to how radio used to be with Rockin' Eddy's Greatest Moments 50s & 60s, supplementing the trilogy we've previously brought you.
 
The best advice is lived experience. Gordon learns why you should never take on the Bey Hive, and that there are some bad decisions Mel and Cerrome won't save him from. Tune in! Tell a Friend. Don't forget to hashtag #BadAdviceShow
 
The year was 1961. JFK was sworn in as the new U.S. president. The music presented here is pure U.S. material, purveyed to British fans by the London American label. Decca launched London on the UK domestic market releasing material from many U.S. independent labels.
 
The crew is back for the holidays to talk about their sunset years, filthy phones, the fall of Tumblr, and why you should never date praise dancers. Catch Cerrome on Friday, December 7, 2018 at The Big Hunt 1345 Connecticut Ave NW. 8pm and 945pm. https://www.undergroundcomedydc.com/dcs-best.html
 
I've spent what seems to be a lifetime doing radio on FM, and since that time, I have lived many experiences including losing beloved radio buddies along the way and meeting fabulous people. I'd would like you to hear some of those great moments on the radio in the coming weeks. This week we feature Part 3.…
 
I've spent what seems to be a lifetime doing radio on FM, and since that time, I have lived many experiences including losing beloved radio buddies along the way and meeting fabulous people. I'd would like you to hear some of those great moments on the radio in the coming weeks. This week we feature Part 2.…
 
I've spent what seems to be a lifetime doing radio on FM, and since that time, I have lived many experiences including losing beloved radio buddies along the way and meeting fabulous people. I'd would like you to hear some of those great moments on the radio in the coming weeks. This week we feature Part 1.…
 
Motown was the only record label which actually turned into a musical genre. It was the sound of young America. It was the genre which black America hoped white America would fall in love with and indeed we did.
 
The Loop, East Side, West Side, North Side or South Side in Chicago back in the 50s and 60s enjoyed the early innovations by pioneers Leonard and Phil Chess. Rockin' Eddy takes you back to his hometown to relive what it sounded like and to countdown all the way from 40 to 1. What is the best Chess cut of all-time? You won't be disappointed!…
 
This week, Rockin' Eddy is providing a throwback to his show. Relive what Rockin' Eddy sounded like over 20 years ago when he was on the FM dial. On this occasion, he is featured on 106.6 Spectrum FM, broadcasting from some haunted house. It's the Rockin' Eddy Oldies Halloween Special playing the Monster Mash, Spooky, I Put On Spell On You and ...…
 
Back in England during the early Sixties and before Beatlemania hit the U.S., young English people were very fond of American Rock and Roll. Stateside was just one among several other labels which released the American hits there and hence the name Stateside which represented the other side of the Atlantic. To show its commitment to America, th ...…
 
Back with the biggest bang! This Mixtape Assembly is held by the mighty Benjamin Zephaniah, one of the most important voices to come out of the UK.Benjamin is many things, many many things, but he is probably best known as a poet. His achievements are too great to list here, though speaking personally as someone who works in education I'd like ...…
 
It could be any night between 1955 and 1965. At the wheel of your Cadillac - which complete with twin fins looks like a rocket ship, your arm around your sweetheart, you are on the way to the nearest sock hop or drive-in. No need to talk, the radio fills in for conversation, with one after another of these classics. Perhaps though, you aren't a ...…
 
Out of Philly, Jamie was yet another label to showcase thriving hit records as did Cameo-Parkway and yet another label driven out in 1964 by the British Invasion. The twangy sound of Duane Eddy is a name that comes to mind and he made his home at Jamie, providing as the back-up musician to so many here. So from the land of American Bandstand, h ...…
 
The crew talks pop culture and politics, while sparing Ohio and discussion why Gordon is the only one who went to sleepaway camp. We also ask the question, "How canceled is Kanye West really?" Dont forget the Decepticomics have two shows at the Philly Comedy Club, Friday, October 5, 2018. Click here for tickets to the 7:00 pm show. Click here f ...…
 
Sister label to Fury, it was also led by Bobby Robinson. You'll hear Bobby Marchan's version of "There Is Something On Your Mind, parts 1 and 2 (originally done by Big Jay McNeely), the harmonica of Buster Brown and the King of the Slide Guitar, Mr. Elmore James. These records are on fire, just burning out of my hands!…
 
Meet Courtney Garrett! Courtney is an experienced social engagement strategist who has led world-class brands and social media campaigns, such as Girls Trip and Get Out. She is the founder of Capsule Artists. Capsule Artists is a representation agency creating a safe space for creatives to tell their stories through art. We are committed to bri ...…
 
Mel is trying to stay closer to the cross, Gordon introduces a new drinkin game, and Cerrome is still living a lotion optional lifestyle. And of course, there's Ooooohhhhhhio. Tune in and tell a friend!
 
The crew is on their worst behavior with an extra special guest, Kyle Price, from the hit web series "Love at First Night" on Slay TV. We cover the Cardi and Nicki funeral, self care, and Twitter accounts in history that we deserve. Check the show out to hear all that and more, and don't forget to leave us a five star review to let us know we'r ...…
 
This week, we talk about polyester pants, "Ooooooooooh-hio," why shopping at plus size stores is a blessing, and how Gordon is winning his breakup.
 
HBO is getting rid of soft core porn online, PSL has infiltrated August, Cerrome has a great app idea, Mel gives parenting tips, and Gordon, as usual, goes too far.
 
We've got the vibes yo! This Mixtape Assembly is curated by Mighty Moe of the legendary Heartless Crew - surely the most influential group to come out of the UK Garage movement.In his Mixtape Assembly, Moe remembers how the whole thing started, with X amount of Heartless anecdotes, including a shaky start to life on Mission FM, Fonti's days as ...…
 
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