Good Times

This music business lends itself to good times. How can you not have a good time when you're having breakfast with Brian Hyland or stopping for coffee with the likes of Jack Scott. It doesn't get much better than that. What a joy it is to run into some of our many listeners when we're out on the road. It's a great feeling to be able to play so many of their favorite songs. Check out this page for more good times.



Ed and Bill visited with Bowser at one of his recent Doo-Wop shows at Mohegan Sun casino. What a great time. It's always nice to see old friends.
Bowser is standing with some fans backstage.
Dave Summerville of the Diamonds is in the cafeteria backstage with Mike Bellea, formerly of WATD.
It was nice seeing Kathy Young Again. Ed and Kathy hadn't seen each other since her appearance at the Marshfield Fair.
The Impalas put on a terrific show.
Jimmy Jay of the Rewind show is interviewing Freddie Milano of the Belmonts.
Little Joe Cook came to the show at the invitation of Bowser. Here he is with the Teenagers. They worked together many times over the years.
Ed and legendary Boston DJ Arnie "WooWoo" Ginsberg pose for pictures at the Radio Hall of Fame luncheon.
Arnie "WooWoo" Ginsberg makes his debut on a WATD microphone.
Kendall, a member of the Tutti-Fruitties, plays several instruments. Recently she was asked to play the flute at an open house for an exclusive jewelry store, Brighton.
The event was well attended and people were impressed with Kendall's performance.
Kendall's friends Kate and Lily served refreshments during the evening.
This year's "Yesterday's Memories Christmas party was held at the home of marketing directors Steve and Bobbi Sands'. A great time was had by the whole crew. We want to thank them for their hospitality.
George and Moulty of the Barbarians talk with Dick"Needs" Smith.
Bobbi Sands and Gina of the GINAMARK Band sample some of the many goodies.
It's always great to see Mr. and Mrs, Jack Columbo. Jack is musical director for Charlie Thomas' Drifters.
Jack is telling Ed that he has to do something about his fleas. Justing kidding!
Sound engineer Steve Walsh says "Stay away from my dessert."
Emily, Brittany and Kendall of the Tutti Fruitties relax,I mean, really relax, during the party.
Dave and Pam Snell of American Computer Technologies are always welcome.
Gina has a good laugh. She must be looking at Ed and George.
The World of Wheels auto show in Boston, Mass. is an appropriate place to find "Yesterday's Memories"
Attending the giant "World of Wheels" auto show in Boston, Mass.
Ed and George broadcasting "live" from the "World of Wheels" auto show
Cruise nights are a favorite summer pastime. Ed and George broadcast from this bi-weekly cruise night in Plymouth, Mass.
Folks start to arrive early at most cruise nights. Weather is certainly an important factor. Owners won't risk taking these valuable vehicles out in questionable weather.
More and more folks arrive as the evening progresses. Cruise nights are a great family outing.
These cruise nights are a real social event. People really enjoy talking cars or anything else that happens to come up.
Corvettes are a real favorite.
This is a prize winning 1956 Mercury headed for statewide competition.
Brian Hyland relaxes after the show
Breakfast with the Silhouettes
Ed, Moulty, and Brian Hyland
relax after the show at the
Cape Cod melody tent
After the show with the Silhouettes

George buying more records
Look what I found!
Ed, George, Cheryl and Kendall at lunch with Tommy Roe, Brian Hyland, Ernie Valens
Make A Wish Dance 1998
Each year "Yesterday's Memories", WATD and join forces with the Silver Lake Auto Club to hold a fund raising show and dance for the Make-a-Wish Foundation of Greater Boston. Make-a-Wish grants the wishes of terminally ill children, giving them and their families a well deserved break from the stress and heartache they face each and every day. Many local bands and groups donate their time and talents to help make the night a huge success. We are pleasedand very proud to be a part of this worthwhile project.
Dave"Chico"Ryan of Sha-na-na and the Wing-it Band perform
Joel, Donna, Cheryl, and George enjoy the activities


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