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Put on your dancing shoes as Geoff plays Rock 'n' Roll hits from the 1950s and early 1960s.
The Rock n Roll Party pays tribute to Earl Sinks.
This Saturday on the Rock n Roll party, Geoff marks two double rock n roll birthdays.
Non-stop hour of rock n roll classics that were all hits at Mayday!
On this Saturdays Rock n Roll Party, Geoff has a theme hour of classic songs about cars.
Hour 2 is a special tribute to Eddie Cochran, who died on Easter Saturday, 17 April 1960.
Geoff features tracks that all appeared on the silver screen!
`Foolish Songs` for April 1st.
Duane Eddy & Charlie Gracie tell of touring the USA with Chuck Berry in the 1950`s.
Geoff`s lets the train take the strain, with an hour of `Train Tunes`.
This week Geoff plays the American originals of songs made more famous by British bands.
Geoff celebrates the golden era of the Doo Wop Vocal Groups.
This week, Geoff marks the 85th birthday anniversary of Johnny Cash.
Geoff with an hour of records he couldn't have played had he been on air 50 years ago.
On this Saturday`s rock n roll party, Geoff looks ahead to Valentine`s Day!
Geoff looks at the musical legacy of Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens.
Geoff chats to rocker Vince Eager, with his memories of Gene Vincent and Eddie Cochran.
This week`s Rock n Roll Party, includes a special tribute to guitarist Tommy Allsup.
Marking the birth of New Orleans music legend, the late Allen Toussaint.
Marking the 82nd anniversary of the birth of Elvis, with some of his lesser-played songs.
Put on your dancing shoes as Geoff plays Rock n Roll hits from the 1950s and early 1960s.
Geoff brings you all sorts of seasonal songs, hits, fun ones, quirky ones and obscurities.
Geoff Barker looks back over the year, the pick of the year`s releases and re-issues.
Celebrating the birthdays of two of rock n roll greats, Brenda Lee and Connie Francis.
Geoff celebrates the 84th birthday of rock n roll pioneer, Little Richard.
Geoff remembers George Harrison, including some early BBC sessions