Saturday nights at 7pm
It's a quiet night. You're bored. You try to find something of interest on the radio dial. Then, all of a sudden you hear it. That's right; it's Rock N Roll in its earliest form. It may not be 1962 you've just stumbled into “The Grooveyard”. Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, The Moonglows, The Crows, The Chantels, Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers. They were indeed the saints of this new sound that had angered adult America and threatened the very livelihood of capitalist America. These young men and women, along with their cohorts of Dee Jays (Alan Freed, Wolfman Jack, Jocko) taught Rock N Roll how to crawl and eventually walk.