•• An Audience with Pamela McLellan – Six Five Special ••

30 January 2020

It all started in the late 1950’s – Rock and Roll Music, pirate radio stations, dance halls and village hops where you could dance the night away. Pop signers recording on vinyl records competed for the No.1 spot on the Top of the Hit parade and the teenagers bought their records every week.


Jack Good of the BBC brought out the first Rock and Roll television programme in 1957 and it was an instant success, teenagers loved it. It was introduced by Pete Murray with the immortal words:- “it’s time to jive on the old six five”.


So let us take you on a musical journey down memory lane. Lots of hit songs of the time. Dream Lover, Locomotion, Singing the Blues, Lipstick on Your Collar, Johnny B Goode and lots more, including some new rock and roll songs.

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