It's our off-week tomorrow at BassPro. See you to wrap up the week in Cumberland with the RICOA Friday evening.

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Today in 1966

Jerry Samuels, a recording engineer
at Associated Recording Studios in
New York
City (who billed himself as
Napoleon XIV
), had the best selling
single in America with a novelty tune
called "They're Coming To Take Me
Away, Ha-Haaa
!"













Apparently, not everyone thought it
was funny, as s
everal radio stations,
including WABC and WMCA in New
York, would ban the song because it
seemed to ridicule the insane.
July 30th
This day in Music History
Celebrating 30 years on the air:
1983 - 2013
On the way this
Sunday, our 5th
annual "Wheels
for Wishes" at the
Mishnock Barn in
West Greenwich.  
Check the Calendar
Page for details.

Join us at
McDonalds in
the Stop &
Shop Plaza
on Rt 122,
across from
the former
Ann & Hope
location.
Getting ready to wrap up the week
tomorrow night with the RI Chevy
Owners' Cruise in Cumberland.