This weekend, Forgotten Hits celebrates its TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY!!!
That's right ... Forgotten Hits was first launched (as an emailed newsletter to 35 original subscribers!!!) over Thanksgiving Weekend, 1999! (Guess you could say we've grown a little since then!!!)
It remained an email-only publication until about 3 1/2 years ago when we launched our two websites.
Since then, about a million and a half folks have stopped by to check out what we're doing ... and word of mouth has stayed consistently good over time. (Every once in a while we even surprise ourselves ... our recent Salute to The Ed Sullivan Show played to rave reviews for three weeks and inspired memories from several artists who appeared on the program back in the day.)
We've also helped THOUSANDS of readers solve their own "musical mysteries" over the years with our popular HELPING OUT OUR READERS feature. (In fact, you'll find a couple of those coming up next week in Forgotten Hits!)
Anyway, we just wanted to say "Thank You" again for all of you who've stuck with us ... and told others about what we do here. It's ALL about the music ... and Keeping Yesterday Alive ... but we couldn't do it without your help and support ... so please join us in celebrating as we launch our 13th Year of Forgotten Hits ... by featuring again the very first Forgotten Hit we ever ran:
SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME by MAX FROST AND THE TROOPERS