BELLAIR, Ohio — Think of the stage gyrations of the late great rocker Jerry Lee Lewis when you don’t think of his stunning performance of one of rock’n’roll’s biggest hits, “Great Balls of Fire.” can you do it?
This is just one of many timeless songs listeners will hear when WBWC’s DJ Jon Basara takes to the airwaves for his 15th Annual Music Artist Tribute Show on January 1 from 6pm to midnight. just one.
Deceased greats to be mourned include Lewis, Olivia Newton-John, Seals & Crofts’ Jim Shields and The Judd’s Naomi Judd.
“We hear a little bit about their careers and then we play their songs,” Basara said.
“Most artists only play one song, but more for major deaths. Jerry Lee Lewis is the biggest loss of 2022,” Basara said.
Listeners can hear three of Lewis’ hits. 1957’s ‘Great Balls of Fire’; “Rock and Roll Time”.
Olivia Newton-John had big hits in the 1970s and 1980s with “Have You Never Been Mellow” (1974-1975) and “Physical” (1981-1982), reaching number one on BillBoard Magazine. Her biggest hit, ‘Hot’, will also be broadcast on the 100-inch hit chart for 10 consecutive weeks.
The music of Ronnie Spector of the Ronettes is also featured, including 1963’s “Be My Baby” and the George Harrison (of The Beatles) song “Try Some, Buy Some (1971)”.
Also featuring Taylor Hawkins, the drummer of the hit rock band Foo Fighters, who is currently active. Listeners can hear Hawkins, who died in March 2022 at the age of 50, sing “Cold Day in the Sun” from the Foo Fighters release “In Your Honor.”
Here’s a rundown of this year’s WBWC Music Artist Tribute Show:
6-7pm—1950s and 1960s Artists; 7-7:30pm—Country Music Artists. 7:30-8:00 PM, Country and Soft Rock, 8-9:00 PM. Rhythm & Blues/Soul music, various rock artists from 1pm to 11pm, and less commercial music such as metal, punk and progressive from 11pm to midnight.
Winner: Local college students inducted into the Dayton C. Miller Honor Society of Baldwin Wallace College include Mason Birkbeck of Berea, a graduate of Wadsworth High School, majoring in cybersecurity analysis, and Mason Birkbeck, a graduate of Strongsville High School, majoring in biology. Including Paul Brown of Berea, where he majors. .
Members are selected for this honor by consistently maintaining excellent academic performance.
Each year, students admitted to the Dayton C. Miller Honor Society represent the top 100 students by grade point average who earned at least 70 semester hours in at least 32 semester hours at BW.
Founded in BW in 1948, the Society honors the memory of BW alumnus Dayton C. Miller, who graduated in 1886.
Miller was a longtime professor of physics at the Case Institute in Cleveland, where he conducted remarkable research in acoustic science and amassed the unique collection of flutes now owned by the Smithsonian Institution.
Miller served as secretary and later president of the BW Board of Directors, and was active in the university community until his death in 1941.
To view inductee profiles and learn more about the association and Dayton C. Miller, visit http://daytoncmiller.org.
Blood Donation Campaign: The Berea Kiwanis Club will sponsor an emergency blood donation on December 29 from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the Berea Branch of the Cuyahoga County Library (7 Berea Commons).
To reserve, visit RedCrossBlood.org online and enter sponsor code Berea or call 1-800-RED-Cross (1-800-733-2767).
List of presidents: Berea’s Janelle Ludwick is one of the Capital University students who made the 2022 fall semester presidential honoree list.
Capital has three lists of educational backgrounds for students seeking full-time degrees. List of Chancellors, List of Chancellors, List of Deans. A list of rectors indicates the highest level of academic performance.
Students must achieve a grade point average of at least 3.85 on a 4-point scale to be named on the list.
Dean Award: Brenelli Diaz Soto, a Berea High School graduate with a degree in Psychological Science and Spanish, was awarded the Fall 2022 Dean’s Award at Colgate University.
Students who complete at least three courses during the semester and achieve a semester grade point average of 3.3 or higher are eligible for this honor.
SCAN Hanger Center Pantry: 39 W. Bagley Road, Williamsport Plaza. 440-260-7226. Open from 10 AM to 2 PM on the 2nd Friday of each month and from 4 PM to 7 PM on the 4th Friday of the month.
Church Street Ministry Pantry: 1480 Bagley Road, 440-239-0549. Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from noon to 2pm.
rise in love: Complimentary hot meal at St. Adalbert Catholic Church, Keller Center, 66 Adalbert St. on the third Sunday of each month from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. The next meal is January 15th.
Complimentary communal meals: St. Paul Lutheran Church, 276 E. Bagley Road, held services on the second and last Wednesday of each month from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. Drive up only.
People’s Community Church Pantry: 628 Wesley Drive, 440-234-0609. Open every third Saturday of the month from 10 AM to noon. The next open pantry is January 21, 2023.
Second Mile Outreach Pantry: 1480 Bagley Road, 440-239-0549. Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from noon to 2pm.
Bread Ministry: Berea United Methodist Church, 170 Seminary St. 440-234-3525. Bread and baked goods only. Noon – 2 PM on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. Go to the Church Addin on the north side of Church Street off Seminary. The pantry has brown double doors.
Free meals for students: Brook Park Branch Library, 6155 Engle Road. Open Monday through Friday, 3:30pm-4:30pm, in partnership with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank for students 18 and under.
Pet food pantry: Animal Rescue Friends, 10015 E. River Road, Columbia Station, every Sunday from 10am to noon. For more information, please contact 440-234-2034 or email@example.com.
Mini pantry: Two Little Free Pantries are located near the People’s Community Church at 628 Wesley Drive and the Berea Chapter of Cuyahoga County Library at 7 Berea Commons. The Prospect Pantry is located on the corner of Prospect Street and Jacqueline Drive.
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