In the summer of 1972, the US was withdrawing forces from Vietnam, there were talks of a mysterious burglary at the Watergate Hotel, the first episode of The Price is Right aired, and for two weeks Chuck Berry’s “My Ding-a-Ling” was the number 1 song in America. It was rock and roll progenitor Berry’s only number 1 and it’s awful! Or is it? Why did it go to number 1? A huge swath of folks in their 30s and 40’s were deeply nostalgic for the 1950s, radio DJs had a massive influence, and don’t forget the stunning work the crowd did singing in rhythm and on key!! Watch as Q and Tim dive in to figure it all out.

April 18, 2024

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