A New Year’s Eve LOUIE marathon I missed…

My pal Kent Myers of Papaya.net and Detroit! Murder City Comix has informed me of a New Year’s Eve LOUIE LOUIE marathon that took place at an internet radio station called Turn Me On Deadman.net.

Check out this description at the Live365.com address for Turn Me On Deadman:

“Louie, Louie” Marathon on New Years Eve
Saturday, December 31, 2005, 8:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Back by no popular demand is “Turn Me On, Dead Man’s” fourth (!) annual New Year’s Eve “Louie, Louie” Marathon. The show starts at 8:00 PM eastern time and runs until there’s no more “Louie, Louie”. Actually, the show is more than just “Louie, Louie” (though there will be many, many versions of “Louie, Louie”). In between you will hear other “Louie” songs as well. So ring in the new year with Louie on “Turn Me On, Dead Man”!

I’m sorry I missed this. One of these days I’ll probably participate in a massive ULTIMATE LOUIE LOUIE radio marathon that will feature the gargantuan LOUIE LOUIE archives of Stretch Riedle, assisted by our friends Theo, Clay, Andy, Mike, Phil, and countless others at our ongoing LOUIE LOUIE party. We’ve got thousands of LOUIE LOUIE recordings, and the marathon would probably last a solid week without any duplicates.

We’re still waiting for the right offer……

1 comment to A New Year’s Eve LOUIE marathon I missed…

  • paul oliverio

    Richard Berry is responsible for today’s most popular Wedding song and i aint talking Louie Louie.
    Most people identify AT LAST as an Etta James song and may gladly do so cuz Etta recorded it in 1961.
    But Jefferson High School was the musical hotbed that produced the Platters, some of the Coasters, Jessie Belvin,…and Richard Berry [see LOUIELOUIEREPORT 9.5]
    Richard was the Henry in Etta’s DAANCE WITH ME HENRY. Etta was proud to be his girlfriend in 1954.
    That was the year Richard recorded AT LAST

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