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Our spring concert will feature music by the Wind Ensemble, Simply Strings Orchestra and Woodwind Quintet.
Guess the missing lyrics that WALL Radio shares on their Facebook page! That way you can chat with us and be featured on our website 😀 Do you have any songs or music trivia you want to tell us about? Post them to our Facebook or tweet us at @WALLfmRadioHV
- “Put on my blue _____shoes
And I boarded the plane
Touched down in the land of the Delta Blues”
Deborah DeVor DiStefano: Suede
Darrel Nelson: Great song
Gayle Klinzman: ‘suede’
Todd Bullock Jr.: Suede
Diane Last Suede. Great song
Doreen Cooper: in the middle of the pouring rain…
Sal D’Angelo: Snow
- “I’ve been in love and lost my senses. Spinning through the _____. Sooner or later, the fever ends”
Karen Rosso Town-Whitney Houston
- “How can you just leave me standing? Alone in a world that’s so ____ ? Maybe I’m just too demanding.”
Barbara Martinez Cold. Prince (RIP)
MC Schultz Cold—-prince
- “Once upon a time not so long ago. Tommy used to work on the _____. Union’s been on strike.”
Sal D’Angelo Back of a 3 legged horse
Andrew Smith Docks
- “She was more like a ______ queen from a movie scene.”
- “Call me on the line, call me, call me anytime. Call me my _____. You can call me any day or night”
Gayle Klinzman “love” …. such a great song!
David M. Medlar the Blondie song “Call Me”
Dave Freeman Friend
Tune in for Van Ritshie mornings, Kate Brannan mid-day, Jim Frey afternoons, and Mark West evenings! Giveaway contests during the morning show 🙂
Keep the song responses coming!
Paul Mancino: Nancy with the Laughing Face – Sinatra
Linda Sayre Smith: Nine to Five
Andrew Smith: Nowhere man – Beatles
Kim Regensdorfer-Sherlock: “Never” by Heart. “Never Going Back Again” – Fleetwood Mac
Marlene Ferrara: Nancy with the laughing face
Jo Dengler: National Anthem
Todd Bullock Jr. No Quarter by Led Zepplin
On Saturday, May 6th, from 4:00 pm to 7:30 pm, celebrate two historic tracks as Goshen Historic Track hosts its Third Annual Kentucky Derby Day. Share in the excitement of America’s premier horse racing event. Watch the Kentucky Derby races simulcast on several large screen TVs while enjoying the rest of the day’s festivities that also features great family-style BBQ food, beer, wine and soda. There will be a 50/50 and more…
OTB will be available. Fun–filled activities for the entire family will be ongoing. A crowd favorite, and open to all ages, is the annual Ladies Hat Contest. Games of horseshoes, cornhole bag tossing, cruise-style horseracing and other activities guarantee that there will never be a dull moment.