One Hit Wonder Wednesday: The 1970s
Dig it! You'll have a groovy time tonight on the Night Shift as we spotlight those far out songs from the 70s by artists who only hit the charts once.
You might remember shakin' your booty on the dance floor to these songs, or maybe you remember hearing them in the way back of the station wagon on family road trips while growing up. (Are we there yet?) What you don't remember is a second hit song by any of these singers or groups. It's a 1970s One Hit Wonder Wednesday on K102.5.
Norman Greenbaum | Spirit in the Sky
If they don't play this song at my funeral, I'm not going.
Ram Jam | Black Betty
You can listen again and again and still not know what this song is about. A solid slam bam 70s jam.
T Rex | Bang A Gong
These guys will be induced into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame this year. They only had this one hit in America, but were successful and influential in their native England.
Free | All Right Now
You might not recognize this song by the title, but when that guitar riff begins, you'll remember. Singer Paul Rodgers went on to form Bad Company and sang with Queen after Freddie Mercury's passing.
Nazareth | Love Hurts
Raise your hand if you knew this was an old Everly Brothers song.
Listen for these songs and more and enjoy far out 1970s edition of One Hit Wonder Wednesday on the Night Shift with Craig Alan on K102.5
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