Hi Jeffrey


Best wishes to you and family for the Christmas holidays. A rare time for family & friends to share some quality time together.

I’m always glad to know Tunetown Radio Oldies is still going strong. You’ve treated people to so much music and sidebars of those golden days that they would have never known. Thanks for making it happen!

The best TV placement for 2017 was Bates Motel on the A&E network.
The show , episode 1, season five used “ Only in My Dreams “ over the opening scene and credits. They used the full recording at strong volume and great scenes.

Attached Phoenix radio chart from April 16th, 1960 

Hope to get to talk one of these days. That would be nice.

Your friend in the Sixties

Frank Fafara


Only In My Dreams  ~  Frank Fafara Album
Original Rock 'n' Roll Recordings  1959-1964

All Songs Written & Sung by Frank Fafara

Frank Fara
PO Box 19720
Fountain Hills, AZ  85269





Hi Jeff, I was and still am a big fan of Dr. Demento, do you remember him? I haven't heard him on the radio in quite a while so when I heard you on Saturdays I thought you were just as much if not more off the wall then the good Dr. Which is a good thing.
I didn't know that the Sounds Like Us were from Duluth. I remember the first time I heard their song, 'The Clock On The Wall' I went right out and bought the 45. I was able to put it on my I Pod from the original record. Good stuff.
Keep up the good work, Denis Liljedahl. Can you pronounce it correctly?

BTW... I have been getting positive feedback from people who have

 listened to your show here on the station.

 They think you guys are insane and need help... And the love your

 show...... Keep it up guys... You rock!!!!8-)  wtym 102.9Type your paragraph here.

Mark Fermenich
Just saw your website and wanted to drop you a quick line.  My dad is Kendall Fermenich and he was the bass player for some local bands in Duluth in the 60’s such as The Tadman Twins, The Wanderers, Transfer and The French Connection.  I recognize the name Chet Orr and I’ve met and talked to Vic Martinson.  I was just checking to see if you have any information or recollection of the bands that my dad was in.  Also, on a side note just wanted to see if you knew where I could get a copy of some music from the Titans.  Thanks!


I welcome your show and look forward to airing it on Hawaiian Pacific Radio, KOGY 95.  By the way love the chemistry between the two of you.
Regards,

Mika'ele Partin
Director of Operations 
Aloha Jeff,
Mahalo  from Hawaiian Pacific Radio regarding your shows. 
We do play music of the 60's and 70's in addition to our other programming along with several syndicated shows.  I personally love the 50's and 60's, our listening audience all over the world tune to the 60's.  Currently we are heard in 114 countries.