GR80s 16 July 2020


THIS WEEK IN…

1982 A second Prince’s Trust charity concert is held at the Dominion Theatre in London. Performers include Robert Plant, Madness, Phil Collins, Kate Bush and Joan Armatrading.

BIRTHDAYS this week include:
Stewart Copeland from The Police who will be 68 and Brian May from Queen who will be 73

PLAYLIST

Prince – Let’s Go Crazy
Hazel O’Connor – Will You
A-ha – Manhatten Skyline
Def Leppard – Pour Some Sugar on Me
Berlin – Take My Breath Away
Alison Moyet – Invisible
Stevie Wonder – Master Blaster (Jammin’)
Spandau Ballet – Instinction
Haircut 100 – Love Plus One
Aswad – Give a Little Love
Joan Armatrading – Drop The Pilot
Kate Bush – Babooshka
Queen – Another One Bites the Dust
Police – Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Diana Ross – Upside Down
Howard Jones – Things Can Only Get Better
Rod Stewart – Baby Jane
Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler – Back To Life
Simply Red – If You Don’t Know Me By Now
Elton John – I’m Still Standing
Men at Work – Down Under
Paul Young – Love Of The Common People
Guns & Roses – Paradise City
Whitney Houston – Love Will Save the Day
Hue & Cry – Labour of Love
Fine Young Cannibals – Good Thing
Erasure – Who Needs Love (Like That)
Black Box – Ride On Time
Inner City – Big Fun
Wham! – Everything She Wants

A big thank you to all of the companies and organisations which help to support Phoenix FM all year round

Business Club Members: The Beeches | Blue Serif | Brandler Galleries | Foretell Digital | Hallmark Care Homes | Kinetic Podiatry | Newboulds Solicitors | RCH Brentwood Care Centre | Saint Francis Hospice | Utilize

Other sponsors: Abacus Shutters | Ashwells | Bennetts Funerals | Foxtel | Healthwatch Essex | Landons Solicitors | Liberty Hygiene | Pinney Talfourd | Ramsay Health Springfield Hospital | RP2 Media | Shepherd Neame


© Phoenix FM 1996-2020. Written using Notepad and PHP.