K-EARTH 101 Today’s Oldies Weekend

“Jump” by [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Pointer Sisters[/lastfm]


“Say It Isn’t So” by [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Hall & Oates[/lastfm]

  • Ruth Hernandez

    I have always loved Kearth. Makes me happy.

  • http://NOne Jack Karpeles

    KRTH Hall of Fame. One name that is conspicuously absent from all that I have heard you mention is Neil Diamond. His music spoke to a generation of Americans, and “Sold Out” Concert goers all over the world for more than 3 decades. I was recently at a wedding when a DJ played Sweet Caroline (“Touching You, Touching Me”) and the nearly 200 people at the wedding reception sang along with the music. How can you leave such an icon off your list I’ll never know. If he is already on your list you may ignore my message if not please put him on he is well deserving of your mention.

  • Jacqueline

    Please play some Carpenters too!!!!

    • http://NOne Jack Karpeles

      I agree completely

  • lance miller

    i was looking 2 vote between elvis or the beatles. my question is y micheal jackson, lionel richie[ my man] stevie wonder[ my man] bruce spingstien or elton john are not in the running. yes lionel richie is 101 all time on your list. did lisa forget he was the front man for the commodores.

  • http://. Maria Elena Casillas

    I will like to listen more of Elvis music, and from the end of the fifties and sixties, tired of listen to the same all day please change the music to oldies. thanks.

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