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Show 619 - The Big Bang!

Show 619 - The Big Bang!

Air Date:

Monday, 10 February 2014

Hey baby, Little Steven here, and we are celebrating The Big Bang of Rock n’ Roll this weekend, the Beatles television performance on a crazy cat, Ed Sullivan’s TV show.

We will have something for all you youngsters out there.

Joining us will be the Swinging Blue Jeans, the Bee Gees when they were a rock band, Badfinger and the Raspberries.

Come find out what Fats Domino, Joe Perry, and Martin Lewis have in common.

It’s the Big Bang of Rock n’ Roll in the world’s only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio.

I’ll see you in the Underground Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    I Want To Hold Your Hand (Beatles)

    All My Loving (Beatles)

    Hippy Hippy Shake (Swingin’ Blue Jeans)

    On My Way To Work (Paul McCartney)

    High Hopes (Bruce Springsteen)

    Shake It Some More (Tony Sheridan)


    Set 2

    Words Of Love (Beatles)

    I’m Gonna Love You Too (Buddy Holly & the Crickets)

    In My Own Time (Bee Gees)

    The War To Fight For Love (BP Fallon and the Bandits)

    From Me To You (Del Shannon)


    Set 3

    Please Mr. Postman (Beatles)

    Things To Learn (Ricky Byrd)

    Tonight (Raspberries)

    Shame On Me (Cocktail Slippers)

    Playboy (Marvelettes)


    Set 4

    About The Weekend (Jellybricks)

    Nothin’ Shakin’ (But The Leaves On The Tree) (Billy Fury)

    Baby Blue (Badfinger)

    Jackie Kennedy (Ingrid Olava)

    Soldier Of Love (Beatles)


    Set 5

    Every Little Thing (Beatles)

    Everybody’s Got Something To Hide (Except For Me And My Monkey) (Fats Domino)

    My Baby Don’t Care (Gants)

    Luckiest Man (King Khan & the Shrines)

    I’ll Be Back (Beatles)

Comments (11)

  • DavidWhite

    I have to admit I'm a bit disappointed. I was hoping that for the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' appearance on Ed Sullivan's show that there might be a new show to celebrate it. It's a nice enough show, but this is the 10th time the show has been aired now. It was originally created to mark the 40th anniversary back in 2004 and except for 2005, the same show has been played every year since.

    The 50th anniversary of the release of "Not Fade Away", the first Rolling Stones single to be released in the US, is less than a month away now. Maybe Steven has something more special planned for that one? I hope so.

    • Steed Colliss

      Yeah, I was hoping for the Naughty Girls show...

  • wah62

    Great Show Stevie :)check out uk garage punk band Slaves ;)

  • greggie434

    The music player is not working, it starts and goes blank. I'm back at show # 606 trying to catch up and it will not work. Any body have this problem? C'mon SMRZ I need some help Bro!!!!!

    • Robert P Smarse Jr.

      I had that trouble a while back but I found out that there were some updates added to my software which prevented me from getting the audio. greggie434, if you can try to see if any updates to your computer were added without you knowing about them. My Norton Anti-virus suite is constantly adding updates. Check it out if you can. I'm really not that tech-savy when it comes to computers. Sorry to hear about your issues. Take Care, Brosky! SMRZ!

      • greggie434

        It's now working Robert, I am slowly catching up to you guys, I am on show # 611, thanks for the advise BROSKY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • jcjohnson63

    Thanks for the classic update of this BIG event in rock and roll history!! the beatles are THE BEST band EVER!! nice to see the jellybricks are back too!! thanks for psoting and keep up the great job here! no problems listening to this or nay of them.

  • Keith Hutchinson

    Good show - LS is so cool - Everyone check out Lilliehammer on NetFlix. Give it a shot - Good Times!

  • Keith Hutchinson

    Good show - LS is so cool - Everyone check out Lilliehammer on NetFlix. Give it a shot - Good Times!

  • Ron Lynch

    High Hopes (Bruce Springsteen) , The War To Fight For Love (BP Fallon and the Bandits) , Please Mr. Postman (Beatles) , About The Weekend (Jellybricks) & Every Little Thing (Beatles). 5 very cool ones.
    Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • Matthew Morse

    I have to agree with David. I was hoping for something new to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles appearing on Ed Sullivan. Such a momentous event. I was 6 but I still remember the excitement it caused. Otherwise I can never get enough of hearing the excitement in Ed Sullivan's voice (yes even Mr.Deadpan himself)when he announces ladies and gentlemen The BeaTles !!!!!!

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