Archive | July, 2018

WIOE Live At The Family Carnival!

Posted on 14 July 2018 by Brian Walsh

Enjoy The Warsaw Parks Departments Family Carnival With WIOE Broadcasting Live, Saturday July 28th Inside Central Park! Look For Chopper 101 In The Park During The Family Carnival. Chopper 101 Is Scheduled To Land At 9am With WIOE’s Live Broadcast Beginning At 10am. Enjoy Food, Games, Door Prizes And More! Pick Up An Oldies 101 Pen And Take Your Picture With WIOE’s Chopper 101. Register To Win A FREE 20 Minute Helicopter Ride In Chopper 101. Stay Tuned To Oldies 101 And On Line At WIOE.COM For More Information About The Warsaw Family Carnival!

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Workin’ At Fire In The Hole Pizza!

Posted on 10 July 2018 by Brian Walsh

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George Cameron

Posted on 08 July 2018 by Brian Walsh

George Cameron, original member and drummer with the Left Banke, died Sunday (June 24) at his New York home. He was 70. The group had two top 20 hits with George- “Walk Away Renee” (#5-1966) and “Pretty Ballerina (#15-1967).

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Eugene Pitt

Posted on 08 July 2018 by Brian Walsh

Eugene Pitt, founding member and lead singer with the Jive Five, died Friday (June 29) at the age of 80. The Brooklyn native helped found the group in 1959 and they were best known for the hit, “My True Story” (#3-1961), co-written by Eugene. They also charted with “I’m A Happy Man” (#36-1965) and “What Time Is It” (#67-1962). The group may best be remembered, however, for their uncredited jingles and bumper music created for the children’s channel Nickelodeon in the ’80s and ’90s. Eugene also sang backup on Gloria Gaynor’s version of “Never Can Say Goodbye” (#9-1975).

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Micky Dolenz

Posted on 08 July 2018 by Brian Walsh

Monkee Micky Dolenz sang the national anthem and was awarded the Liberty Bell by the mayor of the city of Philadelphia before the Phillies/Washington Nationals game Sunday (July 1) at Citizen’s Bank Park. Micky had previous sung the anthem at the New York Mets’ Shea Stadium in 2001.

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Bay City Rollers

Posted on 08 July 2018 by Brian Walsh

Alan Longmuir, founding member and bassist for the Bay City Rollers died three weeks after being flown home to Scotland from a vacation in Mexico at the age of 70. He died in a Larbert hospital Monday (July 2). Alan left the group (which included his brother Derek on drums) in 1976, but played on such “Rollermania” hits as “Saturday Night (#1-1976). “Money Honey” (#9-1976) and “Rock And Roll Love Letter” (#28-1976). All-told the group, from Edinburgh, Scotland, charted 8 times in the U.S. and sold 120 million records worldwide.

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WIOE Winona Touch A Truck Video Archive

Posted on 06 July 2018 by Brian Walsh

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