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Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Ringo Starr chats with Ken Michaels in part two of their lively conversation on tonight’s Every Little Thing, airing at 9 pm ET on Pure Pop Radio.
The greatest drummer in rock and roll history also turns in a trio of great performances when Ken spins two songs from Ringo’s new album, Postcards from Paradise, and a classic number from the Ringo album, “Photograph.” It all happens in tonight’s third, themed segment, always a highlight of these Every Little Thing shows.
Ken gets the ball rolling during segment one with the usual contingent of Beatles and solo Beatles tunes, starting off this time with the Fabs’ “I’ve Got a Feeling” and concluding with Wings’ “Tomorrow,” from the Wild Life album. In tonight’s second segment, Ken spins the first Lennon and McCartney recording that hit the U.S. charts, plus classics from the Traveling Wilburys, the Beatles, and Paul McCartney.
It’s another top-flight show for Beatles fans: Episode 65 of Every Little Thing. Tune in at 9 pm ET tonight for another great hour with your host, Ken Michaels. See you on the radio!
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.
There’s nothing little about tonight’s third, themed segment on the latest edition of Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing. In fact, it’s a big set of songs with the word “little” in the title. You’ll hear Paul McCartney’s “Sweetest Little Show,” the Beatles’ version of “Little Child,” and John Lennon’s “(Forgive Me) My Little Flower Princess,” among other tunes guaranteed to get a big reaction from you.
The fun begins at 9 pm ET this evening on Pure Pop Radio. The show kicks off with the usual varied set of Beatles and solo Beatles tracks. On tonight’s docket are tunes from Paul McCartney and Wings (“Helen Wheels”), John Lennon’s “Only People,” and Beck’s “Love” (Beck just scored big at the recent Grammy awards ceremony).
In tonight’s second segment, Ken presents a tribute to George Harrison. You’ll hear the Fabs doing George’s “Savoy Truffle,” Ringo Starr singing “You’ve Got a Nice Way,” and the Beach Boys’ Mike Love with “Pisces Brothers.”
Any way you look at it, tonight’s Every Little Thing is a big, can’t miss show. See you on the radio at 9 pm ET on Pure Pop Radio!
Don’t cry! Or, perhaps, maybe we should be telling you that crying, especially during the third, themed segment of tonight’s edition of Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing, is okay, because that third segment focuses on Beatles and solo Beatles songs with the word “cry” in the title. The water works will be flowing tonight at 9 pm ET on Pure Pop Radio.
In tonight’s third segment, Ken spins an early version of George Harrison’s “Woman Don’t You Cry for Me,” the Beatles’ “Cry Baby Cry,” and Paul McCartney’s take on “Try Not to Cry,” amongst other cool tunes. It’s another not-to-be-missed theme set from the mind of Ken Michaels!
Ken opens tonight’s show with his usual variety set, starting off with Ringo Starr’s 2012 version of “Wings” and ending with Wings’ “Getting Closer.” In segment two, your host examines a special influence on the Beatles that features an interview with classic artist Bobby Parker and his famous side, “Watch Your Step.”
That’s all for you tonight on your weekly meeting place for fab tunes and Beatles chit-chat, Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing. The fun begins at 9 pm ET on Pure Pop Radio. Enjoy!
Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing, the Beatles fan’s weekly radio haven, is dreaming of the Fab Four on this week’s show, kicking off tonight at 9 pm ET.
Following 16 minutes of various Beatles and solo Beatles nuggets, featuring the mono version of “Help!” and ending up in fine fashion with Apple Jam’s version of “I Don’t Want to See You Again,” Ken rolls out an interview with the Quiet One that’s followed by George Harrison’s classic Beatles number, “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”
Then, it’s segment number three–the weekly theme set, this time featuring songs with the word “dream” in the titles. (Oh, and Ken sticks in an interview with famed sticksman Ringo Starr to go along with Ringo’s “Peace Dream”.) You’ll hear three Ringo tunes in this set, as well as a Beatles, John Lennon and George Harrison song. Pretty sweet!
Every Little Thing airs every Monday night on Pure Pop Radio at 9 pm ET. Set your alarm clocks so you don’t miss a second of Beatles radio magic!
It’s back to the groovy, wavy-gravy, fab and gear late-sixties–specifically the year 1968–on tonight’s time travel-esque episode of Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing, airing at 9 pm ET.
Ken hits the Fab Four spot right out of the box with six group and solo tunes, beginning with an early take of George Harrison’s “My Sweet Lord” and ending with “Young Boy,” a song that Paul McCartney wrote while waiting for Linda to finish whipping up lunch for a feature for the New York Times. Segment two presents a love songs two-fer and a politically-charged tune from John Lennon, “Bring on the Lucie (Freeda People).”
Have a seat in your very own Fab Four Wayback Machine as Ken spins, in his third, thematic segment, five songs from 1968, including Mary Hopkin’s “Those Were the Days,” produced by Paul McCartney; and the Fabs “Happiness is a Warm Gun.” Nice!
Don’t forget to stay tuned for Ken’s weekly Beatles trivia question–and the answer! Put on your groovy thinking cap and see how much you know about your favored Fabs! Set your alarm clocks for 9 pm ET tonight. This is gonna be a good one!
Tonight’s edition of everybody’s favorite Beatles radio show, Every Little Thing, finds host Ken Michaels horsin’ around during his weekly thematic set, spinning a John Lennon two-fer, and playing a song from Apple artists Lon and Derrek von Eaton. Sounds like we’ve stumbled upon another great hour of fabness!
Ken opens up tonight’s show with classic songs from Wings, the Beatles (two tunes!), Paul McCartney, and the aforementioned von Eatons. Segment two pairs the Lennon two-fer (featuring two bands you certainly wouldn’t think to be played on a Beatles show) with a couple of songs from the Beatles and Ringo Starr. And in segment three–Ken’s thematic set–he plays a quartet of numbers with horse-related titles. Pretty sweet!
Sounds like a great time for fab-minded folks who tune into Pure Pop Radio this evening at 9 pm ET for this week’s edition of Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing. Enjoy!
Everything is beautiful on tonight’s sunshiny episode of Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing, kicking off on Pure Pop Radio at 9 pm ET. It’s episode number 21, in fact, featuring a pair of classic songs from the Ringo album –“Sunshine Life for Me (Sail Away Raymond)” and “Oh My My”–and a great thematic set that puts the fab spotlight on five songs with the word beautiful in the titles. Ken spins “She is So Beautiful,” a track from the Japanese edition of Paul McCartney’s Chaos and Creation in the Backyard, and motors merrily from there through to McCartney’s “Beautiful Night,” a great track from Flaming Pie.
Don’t forget to stay tuned after the show for Ken’s weekly Beatles trivia question. This week’s query is a humdinger for sure!
Set your Beatles alarm clocks for 9 pm tonight. It’s Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing on Pure Pop Radio, kids! Don’t miss it!
Tonight at 9 pm ET, Ringo Starr takes the spotlight during the regular theme set on the latest edition of everybody’s favorite Beatles radio show, Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing. Ken spins five songs either written solely or co-written by the master sticksman, including “Photograph,” “Back Off Boogaloo,” and “Octopus’s Garden.” Very cool!
Ken’s also got his eyes and ears on the year 1969 as he plays a trio of tunes including John Lennon’s “Cold Turkey.” The set kicks off with an interview with Lennon and Yoko Ono. Nice!
It’s all beaming to you out there in Internet radio land tonight at 9 pm ET on Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing. Don’t miss it! Show number 19 is coming your way!
People say they Beatle around, and they’re absolutely right! Ken Michaels spins the latest edition of Every Little Thing tonight, and yes, he’s a little down this week…down in the sense that in his weekly thematic segment, he’s spotlighting the “down” side of the Fab Four. In other words, Ken is conjuring up the sounds of Beatles and solo Beatles songs with the word “down” in the titles. Pretty snappy, eh?
And that’s not all! Ken interviews original Beatles drummer Pete Best alongside a pair of Decca recordings: “Searchin'” and “Like Dreamers Do.” The whole affair kicks off with a trio of solo Fabs tunes and a song from the power pop group Sloan. And don’t forget Ken’s weekly Beatles trivia question at the end of the show.
It all rolls out tonight at 9 pm ET on your weekly magical mystery tour through the land of fab and gear, Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing, brought to you by the folks at Pure Pop Radio. We’re the original 24-hour Internet radio station playing the greatest melodic pop music in the universe, and we’re here to pop you!
You’ve probably been saying “I love me that Every Little Thing show, but how can they knock it even further out of the park than they already have?”
Well, here’s the answer: Our good friend Ken Michaels has found a way and you’ll hear all about it tonight at 9 pm ET! For this exciting go-round of all things Beatles, Ken has assembled a fabalicious trio of segments that will satisfy every Beatles fan from Anchorage to Australia. First, you’ll hear a quartet of tunes from the Fabs, George Harrison and a cool cover from the Susan Cowsill Band. Next, the great Arthur Alexander will step up to the microphone and the Beatles will answer back with a cover of Alexander’s song “Anna.” And last but certainly not least, Ken will spin five songs with a different Beatle singing the lead vocal. Uh huh, uh huh, this is pretty cool, huh?
Don’t forget to stay tuned at the end of the show for Ken’s Beatles Trivia Question. Will you come up with the answer?
Set your Pure Pop Radio alarm clocks–yes, all of them–for 9 pm tonight. Don’t miss show number 16. It’s Every Little Thing, playing for you right here on Pure Pop Radio!