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  1. Tim Hoyt Duncan

    Mike, we would appreciate it very much if you could play a song on your show today, celebrating the wedding anniversary of our good friends Ron and Marcia on Long Island. We just recently moved from there to South Carolina, and miss them a great deal. Ron is the one who introduced us to your radio program, and we have been listening ever since. The song we’d like played is “It Had to be You” by Frank Sinatra.
    Thanks so much. ~Tim and Nancy

  2. Hello Mike,
    We listen every Sunday, my Mom comes over for supper. Could you please play, either this week if you have time..if not then next week.
    “Nobodies Child” not sure the artist. And or “Tiny bubbles” or ” knock three time”.
    For Barbara the Queen of Chateauguay. Lol! Thank you.
    Keep up the good work.

  3. Mike, today October 1, saturday is my wonderful husband’s birthday, I would appriciate it if you could play Happy Birthday my Darling(oldies song on utube) was put on line 7 years ago sept 2009, thank you so much.
    Dedicated to Mike (Chateauguay by Janice, loving wife)

  4. Mike is now 73 years old, Janice

  5. Sandra Heinz

    Dear Mike Sky:
    We have been listening to your show since 4:00 today and we have noticed that almost everyone of your song artists start with the letter “E”. Can’t be a coincidence can it?
    We love your show. Keep up the great work.
    Sandra and Howard, Dollard des Ormeaux

  6. Pete Douglas

    I listen to both your Friday and Sunday shows. I am glad I was home today watching the Super Bowl and was able to call and tell you how much I enjoy your shows.

    I just love how you present your ten years after music on the Friday show. That’s the music I grew up with in the 60s up to the 80s.

    Just wants to say thanks for the memories.

  7. Gerry Ginsberg

    Hi Mike,
    Longtime regular listeners from Toronto. The most amazing songwriter nobody knows. Bert Berns also known as Bert Russell and Russell Byrd as an artist wrote 51 hit songs even though he tragically died at the young age of 38. Here is a sampling of his genius…….”A Little Bit of Soap” The Jarmels (1961)
    “Twist and Shout” The Top Notes (1961), The Isley Brothers (1962), The Beatles (1963)
    “Cry to Me” Solomon Burke (1962)
    “Tell Him” The Exciters (1962)
    “Cry Baby” Garnet Mimms (1963), Janis Joplin (1971)
    “One Way Love” The Drifters (1963), Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers (1964)
    “I Don’t Want To Go On Without You” The Drifters (1964), The Moody Blues (1965)
    “Everybody Needs Somebody to Love” Solomon Burke (1964), Wilson Pickett (1967)
    “Baby Let Me Take You Home” The Animals (1964)
    “Here Comes the Night” Lulu (1964), Them (1965)
    “I Want Candy” The Strangeloves (1965), Bow Wow Wow (1982)
    “Hang On Sloopy” The McCoys (1965)
    “Down in the Valley” Solomon Burke (1964) Otis Redding (1965)
    “I’ll Take Good Care Of You” Garnet Mimms (1967)
    “Are You Lonely For Me Baby” Freddie Scott (1967)
    “Piece of My Heart” Erma Franklin (1967), Big Brother and the Holding Company featuring Janis Joplin (1968), Dusty Springfield (1968)[9]
    “Twenty Five Miles” Edwin Starr (1968)
    But the song we would love to hear is by Austin Taylor from 1960 and is “Push Push”. If you could play it around 5 today both of us will be listening. Best regards, Gerry and Janet.

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