Misc FAQs

FAQs

So what exactly are "oldies"?

The term, "oldies," refers to both popular music from the 1950s-1970s and the radio format that specializes in this type of music. "Golden oldies" usually refers to oldies music exclusively from the 1950s-early 1960s. Oldies songs are typically from the R&B, pop and rock music genres but may also include country, movie soundtrack, novelty, and other types of popular music played on the radio from around 1950-on. Pop music genres that had their heyday before the 1950s (e.g., ragtime, big band) are generally considered "too old" to be included in the oldies radio format. (more)

How can I get in touch with an oldies band member or artist?

For some reason we get asked this question quite a lot. Here are some possible leads which should hopefully get you pointed in the right direction:

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How can I find a song on karaoke?

The easiest way we know of to find a karaoke version of a song is to go to our digital downloads information page. In the search box at the top enter "karaoke" followed by the song title and/or artist name.

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Where can I listen to Crazy Al's Radio Party?

Go to our Crazy Al's Radio Party webpage.

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Where can I find old playlists for the "Insane World Of Mike Sain" radio show on WPON-AM 1460 Detroit?

Playlists from November 12, 2003 through Sept. 27, 2006 are available right here.

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