Artist Tommy James will be this Saturday night’s special guest on “Cousin Brucie’s Saturday Night Rock n Roll Party.”
Tommy is the founding member of the band “Tommy James and The Shondells,” which was previously known as “Tom and the Tornadoes” in 1959 when Tommy was just 12-years-old. In addition, from forming the band, he is also the lead vocalist and guitarist in the band.
The band’s major hits include “Crimson and Clover,” “Crystal Blue Persuasion,” “Hanky Panky,” “I Think We’re Alone Now,” and “Mony Mony.” These songs are among the most requested songs that are played on Cousin Brucie’s shows.
Tommy has had great success throughout the years across a few genres of music. His songs can be heard in many films and television shows. He wrote a book called “Me, the Mob, and the Music” and a movie is being produced on it.
You won’t want to miss the interview between Cousin Brucie and the incredible Tommy James.
Cousin Brucie will take requests and dedications live on-air! The call-in number is 800-848-9222. You can also call in for your chance to win Cousin Brucie merchandise such as a Cousin Brucie t-shirt and a Cousin Brucie hat as well as CDs and DVDs from my friends at Oldies.com.
Tune in on Saturday from 6 pm-10 pm! Don’t turn the radio off after Cousin Brucie’s show is over because the “Saturday Nights with Tony Orlando” show comes on right after from 10 pm-midnight. It is going to be an amazing night!
Here is Tommy James & The Shondells performing “I Think We’re Alone Now”: