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Sunday 02nd August 2020
Season 13 – Series 9

Fandango of This, That and The Other is our Morning Guest Star this fine bonny day- let’s all wish him a totally fantastic Sunday – because, well you know we all need that don’t we? To start his day with some real bang and go let’s all enjoy the groovin’ tunes of …

A Jolly Good Morning To You – Season 1

Emily Mae Hood of New York Family AdventuresKritika of Undressed ThoughtsAshley – Mental Health @ Home
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Kick Start Season 1 Ending Saturday 8th August

Kick Start is a musical dedication feature that runs in support to The Hello. In order to hear your favourite tracks, groups, bands or artists just let me know below who they are? Then l will do the rest!

We have the following Kick Starts planned in ….

Kristian – Tales of the mind of Kristian
Sunday 02nd – Glen Miller Hits
Renard Moreau
Monday 03rd – 1960 Hits
Chris Hall of Luna’s on Line
Tuesday 04th – Prince
Fandango of This, That and The Other
Wednesday 05th – Stevie Wonder
Grace of Broadway Matron
Thursday 06th – Novelty Songs
Ribana of Popsicle Society
Friday 07th – Whitney Houston
Omatra7 of Learning Life
Saturday 08th – Hits 1990
Season 1 Ends

Kristian – Tales of the mind of Kristian Kick Start 5 today comes to us from the awesomeness of Glen Miller – have yourself a brilliantly relaxed Sunday good friend!

Today marks the second episode of Pump It Large and Dance Long Weekends with Tom Petty and The Traveling Wilburies!

Have a fabulous day everyone!

I am over at Suze’s today working on and in her garden and trying to sort it out – this week there will be a Plenty for 20 post explaining some of the newer series starting and others ending. In the interim you have some more of TP and this time the Traveling Wilburies provided WP don’t let me down on the post dated!

Have a great day folks!

17 thoughts on “The Hello

  1. Glenn Miller YES! In The Mood – my favorite dance tune (yeah, I was the only 10 year old (in 1956) who could do the Peabody.)

        1. Then find me a link that is 🙂

          I thought the Peabody was a 1920/30’s dance sequence?

          Wikipedia had it as this in definition :

          The Peabody is an American ballroom dance that evolved from the fast foxtrot of the ragtime era of the 1910s and 1920s.

          You made reference to it with regards Glen Miller and from his time l am more aware of swing dance.

          I did some further research and found this …

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