Hey baby, Little Steven here, and I have a question for you. What was the coolest record ever made?
The Best Of Ultimate Spinach you say?
Pat Booneâ€™s In A Metal Mood, perhaps?
K.C. and the Sunshine Bandâ€™s Shake Your Booty?
All good choices, but 1967â€™s Summer Of Love will ultimately be represented by Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The Beatles at their most psychedelic coolest.
We are celebrating it this weekend in the Underground Garage, and every other song in the show will either be cool stuff that was on the charts at the same time, like the Lovinâ€™ Spoonful, the Tremeloes, the Turtles, the Animals, the Hollies, or the coolest new music from all over the world like Alejandro Escovedo, Gaslight Anthem, the Grip Weeds, Nick Curran and the Lowlifes, the Hotrats, the Contrast, Peter Wolf, and yeah, the Rolling Stones have a cool new track.
Come find out what Gary Lewis, Otis Redding, and Joe Perryâ€™s sons have in common.
Itâ€™s our celebration of the coolest psychedelic record ever made - are you listening Pink Floyd fans? Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band exclusively in the worldâ€™s only Rock nâ€™ Roll dance party on the radio.
Iâ€˜ll see you this weekend in the Underground Garage.