Results of The 60s Official Site Visitors Poll:
60s Top Ten Countdown
On May 24, 2009 our visitors poll for nominating their favorite song of the 60s was
completed and the results are in. The participation was far beyond my expectations and the email I received for the
favorites of the 60s not listed on the ballot was tremendous and kept me busy most of the day. I truly want to
thank all of you for your participation.
As an added treat, instead of me typing and uploading each song for you, I want to welcome Larry
Ravenswood of The Strawberry Pop Show, as the guest DJ to play and count down the top ten songs of the 60s
decade, according to the survey results.
Larry will count them down in a style that only he can do. Take time to review Larry's bio while
you listen to the countdown 60s style of the top ten songs of the 60s decade based on your vote.
If this page is not playing the countdown then
you do not have shockwave flash enabled on your computer or your computer does not accept those files. In
that case go to the bottom of the page where I have set up the program in 4 parts that you can play by
Larry Ravenswood at the
controls for our broadcast of the top ten countdown
Larry Ravenswood was born in Chicago in the early 1960s, and practically from the point of
birth , he had always had a happy ear for music, especially popular music. He remembers his mother playing
Beatles records(and that means RECORDS ..VINYL!) when he was in the playpen. As the 60s became the 70s, Larry
carried his enthusiasm for pop music into a whole new ecstacy: American Top 40. Not a week would go by where
Larry wasn’t glued to his favorite radio program listening to Casey Kasem’s every word..it was
From 2004-2005 Larry produced and hosted a program called “The Strawberry Pop Show” on KFAI
radio Minneapolis/St. Paul. The program attracted many listeners and(in Larry’s humble opinion) became a late
night cult classic. The format featured many sights and sounds that Larry heard in his youth..and then some!
These days, the Strawberry Pop Show is less of a current radio program and more of a “virtual
simulation” of what a show might’ve and could’ve sounded like back in the “day”. Stay tuned for future info and
happenings with the Strawberry Pop Show.