This week, on RRR, it’s Time To Dance – all songs about dances and dancing. You’ll hear records ranging from 1926 to around 1967. Wilson Pickett does the Funky Broadway (1967); Abe Lyman & His California Orchestra Shake That Thing (1926); Bill ‘Bojangles’ Robinson sings and taps his way through “Doing The New Lowdown “(1932); Dee Dee Sharp gets on her pony and rides (1962); Hank Snow does The Rhumba Boogie (1951); Smokey Robinson & the Miracles do the Mickey’s Monkey (1963(. And that’s just a wee taste. You’ll also hear the Beatles, the Dave Clark five, Joe Williams, Muddy Waters (doing the twist), Jerry Lee Lewis and more.
That’s Sunday at 1pm MT for Time To Dance on Roy’s Record Room, the show that likes to cut a rug.