Submitted by Name: Donald From: Florida E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was born 1947. Do the math and you can see why I am a 50s-60s music junkie.
I am trying to find a comic record about a boy and his girlfriend (name "Babe". They crash the cycle and he is killed outright. "miss babe was ok 'till junior turned her head around...."
Those are some of the lyrics. Sound familiar??? Hope so, it's driving me crazy.
Admin reply: Thank you Donald for stopping by. The song does not sound familiar to me but I will see if I can research and find it.
Added: January 14, 2015
Submitted by Name: Rhonda From: Tx E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was born sep 16 1960 my childhood was wonderful we traveled a lot stayed at Howard johnson hotels played outside everyday from dust to dawn rode bikes roller skater. The ones with the metal keys then moved up to the white boot pair was in love with David Cassidy everything was so simple now as I get older I want to be forever young :D
Admin reply: Thank you for sharing your memories with us Rhonda. A great time to have been alive for sure.
Added: January 11, 2015
Submitted by Name: John Rose From: Arlington,Ohio 45814 E-mail: Contact
Comments: I enjoy reading about old times and the music the 50's and 60's were a blast good times and bad times but thank God the good times were 1000 times more than the bad. If there were a time machine I would be in that line to go back,the times that were in to day are nutz.
Admin reply: I'd be right behind you John.
Added: January 9, 2015
Submitted by Name: RONALD CARRIER From: WISCONSIN E-mail: Contact
Comments: I enjoy the billboard music you play and everything about the 60.s music. after being in the marines and in Vietnam 1968 on the DMZ my love for music hit a new hi. THANK YOU ALL FOR PUTTING THIS ALL TOGETHER.
Admin reply: You are welcome Ronald and welcome home brother.
Added: January 7, 2015
Submitted by Name: Russell anderson From: Washington, DC.
Admin reply: Yes indeed.
Added: January 6, 2015
Submitted by Name: F Hager From: WV E-mail: Contact
Comments: We're both senior citizens... so strolling down memory lane takes us back to better and brighter days of long ago. Thank you for the music and the memories.
Admin reply: You are welcome and thank you for stopping by.
Added: January 5, 2015
Submitted by Name: Chuck Lund From: Waterbury, Connecticut, USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Retired Radio DJ, Ride operator (Merry-go-Round) and ride repairs at Amusement park, Firearms repair, Pistol marksman, and all-around Mr. Fixit. currently 76 yrs old. I Collect old toy trains, made by Lionel, American Flyer and Bing. Four grown Children. Widower...
Added: January 5, 2015
Submitted by Name: Jenny Moore From: Atlanta, Ga. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hey I didn't see he word groovy, or grooving on the list. This was definitely a 60's word. Please add it to the list.
Admin reply: Thanks for visiting Jenny. If you are speaking of 60s slang Groovy is on the slang list.
Added: January 3, 2015
Submitted by Name: Stan 'Doc' Anderson From: Carrollton, OH E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just can't get enough of the oldies. At 67 I was told I live too much in the 60's. Not too much, just enough. Wish I had my 57' Chevy again. Keep the music coming!
Admin reply: Thanks for stopping by Doc and sharing your thoughts. The 57 Chevy, what a car! I had one myself and wish I still had it. Anyways there is never enough 60s, continue to enjoy the memories.
Comments: Boo Hoo since the 60s official site has moved I put the new one in my favourites but alas I can't access it when I go to click on favourite version of a song it tells me page doesn't exist. I really miss voting & leaving a comment & I also miss the 50s & 60s songs of the week. What am I doing wrong I miss the easy access when the 60s official site was emailed to me. HELP!! Take care Coreen Kerr
Admin reply: Sorry you are having problems with the page. I sent you an email with the link. Thanks for contacting me and for being a fan Coreen.