Calling All Fools! Ken’s Spinning a Fool’s Set on Tonight’s Every Little Thing

Ken Michaels' Every Little Thing...For the Beatles Fan Who Craves All Things Fab! Airs Every Monday at 9 pm ET on Pure Pop Radio!

Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing…For the Beatles Fan Who Craves All Things Fab! Airs Every Monday at 9 pm ET on Pure Pop Radio!

If day after day you’re alone on a hill, you’ll want to tune in to tonight’s edition of Ken Michaels’ Beatles get-together, Every Little Thing, which begins at 9 pm ET on Pure Pop Radio. Ken’s in the mood to spin a quartet of solo Beatles tunes with the word “fool” in the titles. Plus: There’s a special guest appearance by a former member of Wings.

But first, Ken rolls out his usual various tracks set at the top of the hour. This time around, there are special guest spins from actress/singer Evan Rachel Wood and veteran rockers, the Georgia Satellites. You’ll hear the Beatles’ “Revolution,” and Wood’s rendition of George Harrison’s “I’d Have You Anytime,” originally heard on the Quiet One’s All Things Must Pass album, among other stellar tunes.

In tonight’s second set, Ken examines a song that influenced a most famous and treasured Beatles tune. Does the name Bing Crosby ring any bells? You’ll also hear Harrison’s “Poor Little Girl” and John Lennon’s “Cleanup Time,” as well as the Fabs’ “Tell Me What You See.”

Then, it’s a little stroll through a fool’s paradise in Ken’s third, themed segment, featuring songs with the word “fool” in the titles. You’ll hear Denny Laine with his version of Buddy Holly’s “Fool’s Paradise” from Laine’s 1976 album, Holly Days, and Ringo Starr’s waxing of “I’m a Fool to Care,” among other numbers.

See you on the radio at 9 pm ET tonight. Join in the fun by bathing in the cool vibes of Every Little Thing!

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