I'm guided by 103.7 The Mountain again this week. It's been a rough month so far. I've been too busy at work. Pam has been too busy at work. The weather has been crappy - more about that in a later post.
But things are beginning to turn around. The 49ers are in the Super Bowl. YAY! And I've got a Big Cool Thing coming up this weekend. More about that later.
For now, it's 1981. That's the year I graduated from high school. Billy Squier leads us off, because I heard this song on the radio Monday and it's been an ear worm ever since.
And we've got a new player this week, thanks to our pal Cherie at C'est Mois Trois. She found this Grooveshark gizmo, and so far it looks like a good alternative to videos. I found all the songs I wanted for this week, so that's a plus. It's easy to use...another plus.
Let's give it a try. Thanks Cherie!
Have a great weekend gang!
Lonely is the Night, written by Billy Squier
Rock This Town, written by Brian Setzer, released by Stray Cats
Freeze Frame, written by Seth Justman/Peter Wolf, released by The J Geils Band
867-5309/Jenny, written by Alex Call/Jim Keller, released by Tommy Tutone
Hold On Loosely, written by Don Barnes/Jeff Carlisi/Jim Peterik, released by .38 Special