Saturday Night STEREO DANCE PARTYpresently this show is being reproduced, future show time will be announced.
By popular demand this show returns again, hosted by HANS ' JEFF' BORGERour friend from OCALA
He was withusonwww.rwpr.us, Remember When Public Radio from 2004-2007. Matter effect I had his Christmas show on just before we had a studio fire and just now, we are finally returning to the airwaves with full steam and gusto again.
Since then, HANS has written and published a book; The Nostalgic Rambler , can be obtained on Amazon. We are looking forward to tapping,
waltzing, hopping , singing along and wearing the rug out by ourselves or with friends to his entertaining selections.
HANS among other things is an accomplished accordion and piano player. Him and his lovely wife, HEIKE, lives close by in our neighboring town of OCALA.
Hans has a great personal music library, great style of delivery, greater than most, knowledge of musicians and artists.
Here is a quote from HANS
Nostalgic Good Times......
Nostalgic ramblings and musings on Pop Americana of the 1940s to 1960s as seen through the time warped mind of Hans "Jeff" Borger.
News Flash! In addition to being a syndicated radio show, The Saturday Night STEREO Dance PARTYcan be heard now, in Central Florida on WMCW 97.7 FM in ASTOR, FL. every Saturday from 8-10PM EST. Please tune in and let me know you are listening!
I wrote a book "The Little Grownup: a nostalgic Michigan boyhood" which should appeal to most baby boomers. A mass market book? Well, not yet...but the potential is there! (Be sure to buy it at "finer on line bookstores" everywhere!)
The comments presented in "The Nostalgic Rambler" probably won't be of interest to the masses...anymore. If grandma and grandpa and their friends were still alive, then it would be a different story.
I live in the past. My time warp is a comfortable cocoon even if it sometimes drives my wife crazy. The music of the 1940s and 50s, the stars of those days were big stuff in their day, but are now almost forgotten. Oddly enough, I was born in '64 so those iconic years were for the most part over by that time.
Through "The Nostalgic Rambler" I maybe can help share my love and knowledge for those times and things...all at one time important pieces of Americana but now a bit faded in memory.