1949: Jukebox Rhythm Review, part 2 this week on The Juke In The Back!

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Once again, it’s time to put the ol’ Rockola Jukebox in the spotlight as we blast back 70 years on our annual Jukebox Rhythm Review. Matt The Cat loads up the Juke with the biggest jukebox hits of 1949. This week, part 2 focuses on the most requested records from the second half of 1949. It was a big year for artists’ debuts. Ray Charles as part of the Maxim Trio, Ruth Brown and Billy Wright all debuted in ’49. The great Louis Jordan scored his 16th and 17th #1 singles this year as “Saturday Night Fish Fry” replaced “Beans And Corn Bread” at #1. Pianist T.J. Fowler provides a jumpin’ instrumental and Jimmy Witherspoon sings his signature tune, “Ain’t Nobody’s Business, which he would go on to re-record countless times. The original is featured here. So fill your pockets with nickels and get ready to jive n’ wail to the biggest R&B tunes from the second half of 1949 on this week’s “Juke In The Back” with Matt
The Cat.
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