Darn Those Kanagaroos

Darn Those Kanagaroos Radio Clatterbridge launches a new programme tonight but, despite its name, it has got nothing to do with woollen Australian creatures. The Sock Hop was the brainchild of Good Time Oldies presenter Mike Eveleigh. Each Saturday from today, Mike will present two hours of music from the Do-Wop era, featuring forgotten favourites from the 1950s and early 1960s. The programme starts at 5pm. More details can be found on Mike's page of this website.

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