Weeklings Fever Takes Over Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing Tonight at 9 pm ET!

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!

This is one fever you’re going to want to catch: Glen Burtnik, from the early-to-mid-period, Beatles-influenced band the Weeklings descends on tonight’s second segment of Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing, at 9 pm ET on Pure Pop Radio.

the-weeklingsThe fantastic, out-of-this-world, Beatles-inspired foursome plays songs that John Lennon and Paul McCartney gave away back in the ’60s, as well as originals written and performed in that style. Featuring New Jersey-based artists Glen Burtnik and Bob Burger, the Weeklings have just released their debut, self-titled album. Of course, it’s fab! Ken talks to Glen in tonight’s second segment, and plays two tracks from the Weeklings’ album: “You Know What to Do” and “That Means a Lot” (he also slips in the Beatles’ “There’s a Place.”) You’ll love every beat-filled minute!

You’ll also love tonight’s first, varied segment, during which five Beatles and solo Beatles tracks are spun. The fun gets rolling with Paul McCartney’s “No More Lonely Nights” and ends with John Lennon’s blistering rocker, “Move Over Ms. L.”

In tonight’s third, thematic segment, Ken presents a 3/4 Beatles set–in other words, songs that feature three Beatles. The tracks: the Fabs’ “Back in the U.S.S.R.,” Ringo Starr’s “I’m the Greatest,” the Beatles’ “Here Comes the Sun,” and George Harrison’s “All Those Years Ago.”

All of this fabness is gathered together for you by Ken, on tonight’s edition of Every Little Thing. The good musical vibes get flowing at 9 pm ET.

Every Little Thing is the premiere, syndicated program playing Beatles group and solo recordings. Hosted by longtime radio personality Ken Michaels, the show airs every Monday night at 9 pm ET on Pure Pop Radio.

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Sweet, Catchy, Hooky, Radio Friendly…All the -ys! Timmy Sean Dials Up a Fun Slice of ’70s Pop for this Week’s Song of the Week

timmy-sean-song-of-the-weekTimmy Sean continues to surprise and delight with each new entry in his continually engaging and surprising Song of the Week project. For the last April entry, we get a perfectly-realized slice of catchy pop and roll that would have been right at home on any hit radio station back in the ’70s. Get ready to dial up a great song that started out being named after Poison’s Bret Michaels.

Bret Michaels? We’d better let Timmy explain: “I had the opportunity to play a gig on drums with Bret Michaels of Poison last week in Hollywood, and my East Coast Celebrities bandmates John Tiedemann and Michael J. Roxx reminded me of a song I originally wrote back in 2008 named after him.

“I was always really proud of the harmony guitar solos in this one, but the original ‘Bret Michaels’ song lyrics, I immediately hated. I had a tough time coming up with a new hook that seemed to work, so it’s sat unfinished for the past seven years. Prompted by Michael and John, I decided to dust this one off, completely re-write the lyrics, and finally finish it. Here is the song-formerly-known-as ‘Bret Michaels,’ from here on out known simply as ‘Hey Girl.'”

Whatever the name, we know you’re going to dig this one. If you haven’t heard the previous entries in this fun series, check ’em out by clicking here, where you can read about all of the previous Songs of the Week. You’ll be glad you did!

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