WilderTime #72


NFL Draft and “Summer in the City”

For tonight’s WilderTime we have a special show for those that are enduring the NFL Draft, especially if you did not get your choice. And for those of you that did get your choice, you are loving it like “Deuces are Wilder” duo song set “Summer in the City”! Either way, enjoy the following:

  • How about some Monster Mash, American Rock ‘n’ Roll, Sunshine of your Love, and Mamasita from Boris Pickett and the Crypt-Kickers, Don Felder, Cream, and Ryan Hamilton’s the Harlequin Ghost!
  • Then find out who is playing Rock and Roll, Hochie Koo; Black Books; The Perfect Drug; Wait til’ My Bobby gets Home; and We both go Down Together. ???
  • After Deuces are Wilder, enjoy some Caper Clowns, Def Leopard, Bob Dylan, Roger Miller, Ian Hunter, and more!

Be sure to tune in tonight to hear the podcast on RadioWilder.com or your Itunes Podcast player or other favorite players like Spotify.

Our show will be up and going by tonight – Friday, April 26, 2019. Listen  and enjoy the show with your family, friends, and favorite beverage!

Don’t forget, call us on Harry’s hotline at 602-935-0545 and tell us what you are up too or leave a request for your favorite song.

Until then Rock On!

Harry and the Wilder bunch!


About the author, Terry

Music….My faithful, lifetime companion.

It started with my turquoise transistor radio when I was nine years old, at thirteen seeing teen idol Ricky Nelson wowing the girls with his singing and guitar playing. It was then I knew I wanted to be a rock n ‘ roll musician and who knows why, to play drums. My dream became a reality and I loved playing rock n ‘ roll with five different bands, getting to tour in California and experiencing the closeness that bands can feel when they become tight and are playing great stuff! I have come full circle and because of a wonderful, crazy life and never losing my love for rock n’ roll music, I am back playing music again in my personal music book, Radio Wilder. How cool is that?

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