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Christmas Is A-Coming 09/12/2018

The festive rockers arrive this week, with tracks from a new CD of current bands, and marking the birthday of Brenda Lee, with her Christmas Tree classic. Plus a review of the new Buddy Holly `Symphony` album.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Brenda Lee

    Rockin around the Christmas tree

  • Connie Francis

    Lipstick on your collar

  • Charlie Rich


  • Darrel Higham

    Christmas blues

  • Roy Brown

    Hip shakin baby

  • The Di Maggio Connection

    Long way from home

  • T.V. Slim

    Flatfoot Sam

  • Chuck Berry

    It wasn`t me

  • Bo Diddley

    You can`t judge a book by the cover

  • Elvis Presley

    Night rider

  • The Everly Brothers

    So how come (no one loves me)

  • Rick Nelson

    Baby you don`t know

  • Jack Scott

    Jingle bell slide

  • Fats Domino

    I`m gonna be a wheel someday

  • The Elfish Presleys

    Santa was a-rockin

  • David Gates

    Swinging baby doll

  • The Alan Freed rock n roll big band

    Two good guys

  • Chris Bernsten

    Dig that crazy santa claus

  • Brenda Lee

    What`d I say

  • Charlie Rich

    Break up

  • Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers

    Baby baby

  • Freddie Bell & The Bell Boys

    Giddy up a ding dong

  • Marvin Rainwater

    Whole lotta woman

  • Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps

    Who slapped John

  • Eddie Cochran

    Twenty flight rock

  • Duane Eddy


  • Conway Twitty

    Mona lisa

  • Johnny Preston

    Cradle of love

  • Charlie Gracie

    Just lookin

  • The Crickets

    Maybe baby

  • The Crickets

    That`ll be the day

  • The Crickets

    Oh boy

  • The Crickets

    Words of love

  • The Crickets

    Rave on

  • Buddy Holly

    It doesn`t matter anymore

  • The Crickets

    Peggy Sue got married

  • The Crickets

    Think it over

  • Little Joey Farr

    Rock n roll santa

  • Brenda Lee

    Always on my mind

  • Charlie Rich

    Who will the next fool be

  • Connie Francis

    Who`s sorry now

  • Roy Orbison

    It`s over