Brian Bringelson is Waiting for the Dogs to Bark on Tonight’s Needle Meets Vinyl

needle meets vinylAnchor and Bear’s Brian Bringelson is back tonight at 8 pm ET (5 pm PT) with another, brand-new edition of his Needle Meets Vinyl program.

On the docket tonight are 19 songs chock full of melody and those ever important hooks. From the Move, the Hollies and, naturally, the Beatles to Del Shannon, Brian’s band Anchor and Bear (singing “Waiting for the Dogs to Bark” from their album, Ahoy!) and, indeed, Spike Jones, Needle Meets Vinyl, show 22, hits the spot and then some. And remember: all songs played are taken from vinyl. It’s vinyl only, baby!

Tune into Pure Pop Radio tonight at 8 pm ET (5 pm PT) for the latest edition of Needle Meets Vinyl. Brian Bringelson spins the tunes and you dig ’em!

Brian Bringelson
Brian Bringelson

Needle Meets Vinyl is the weekly show during which all songs are played from vinyl records. The music spans the decades during which popular music has flourished. Curated and presented by Brian Bringelson, a member of the band Anchor and Bear and a solo artist under the name Paul Starling, the show airs every Wednesday night at 8 pm ET (5 pm PT). An encore performance runs on Sunday afternoons at 1 pm ET (10 am PT).

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