Triple Threat Tuesdays

Here is a list of all of our Triple Threat Tuesdays

5/22/18:  Bang the Drum All Day by Todd Rundgren, Green Tambourine by The Lemon Pipers and The Happy Organ by Dave Cortez. The theme was songs with musical instruments in the title. (Buy a Musical Instrument Day)

5/15/18: The Ballad of the Green Berets by Barry Sadler, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy by The Andrews Sisters, In the Navy by Village People. The theme was songs about Military for Military Appreciation Month.   

5/8/18: One by Three Dog Night, One Headlight by The Walflowers, and One Bad Apple by The Osmonds. The theme was songs with the number one in the title celebrating our first anniversary.  

5/1/18: No Triple Threat Tuesday due to technical issues.

4/24/18: Memory by Barbra Streisand, You Don't Bring Me Flowers by Barbra & Neil and I Finally Found Someone by Bryan Adams & Barbra Streisand. The theme was songs by Barbra Streisand. (Celebrating her birthday)

4/10/18: (They Long to Be) Close to You by The Carpenters, ABC by The Jackson 5 and One Bad Apple by The Osmonds. The theme was songs by siblings. (Sibling Day)

4/3/18:  Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows by Lesley Gore, True Colors by Phil Collins and Over the Rainbow by Judy Garland. The theme was songs about colors. (Find a Rainbow Day)

3/27/18: I Am Woman by Helen Reddy, I'm Every Woman by Chaka Khan, and I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor. The theme was Songs by Women. (celebrating Women's History Month)

3/20/18: No Triple Threat Tuesday due to technical difficulties  

3/13/18: Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds by The Beatles, Emerald Eyes by Fleetwood Mac, and Ruby Tuesday by The Rolling Stones. The theme was Jewels or Precious Stones.

3/6/18: Ahab the Arab by Ray Stevens, A Boy Named Sue by Johnny Cash, and Barbie Girl by Aqua. The theme was unique names. (celebrating Unique Names Day)

2/1/18-2/28/18: No Triple Threat Tuesday due to the Month of Love

1/30/18: Stop In The Name Of Love by Diana Ross & The Supremes, Roll Over Beethoven by Chuck Berry, and I Get Around by The Beach Boys. The theme was Popular music artists that have never won a Grammy. (Celebrating the 60th Grammy Awards that happened on 1/29.) 

1/23/18: These Boots Are Made For Walkin' by Nancy Sinatra, Get On Your Feet by Gloria Estefan, and Footloose by Kenny Loggins. The theme was songs with feet in the title. (Celebrating National Measure Your Feet Day)

1/16/18: Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You by Glen Medeiros, Making Love Out Of Nothing At All by Air Supply, and Nothing From Nothing by Billy Preston. The theme was Nothing. (Celebrating National Do Nothing Day)

1/9/18: I Fought The Law by The Bobby Fuller Four, I Shot The Sheriff by Eric Clapton, and Every Breath You Take by The Police. The theme was Law Enforcement. (Celebrating Law Enforcement Appreciation Day)

1/2/18: Heaven Is A Place On Earth by Belinda Carlisle, Dust In The Wind by Kansas, and Ring Of Fire by Johnny Cash. The theme was Earth, Wind and Fire (Celebrating the groups appearance at the Rose Parade Jan. 1st)

12/26/17: No Triple Threat

12/19/17: Rudolph the Red Nosed Raindeer by Gene Autry, Grandma Go Runover By A Raindeer by Elmo & Patsy, I Want A Hippopotamus for Christmas by Gayla Peevey, and The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late) by The Chipmunks. The theme was Christmas songs about animals. (The only Triple Threat Tuesday for Christmas) 

11/28/17: No Triple Threat Tuesday (Due to Christmas Music)

11/21/17: Come Thou Fount Of Every Blessing by Chris Rice, Come Ye Thankful People Come by The OCM Choir, and Table Of Plenty by John Michael Talbot. The theme was songs for Thanksgiving. 

11/14/17: No Triple Threat Tuesday

11/7/17: One Piece At A Time by Johnny Cash, Drive by The Cars, and 18 Wheels On A Big Rig by Trout Fishing In America. The Theme was songs about cars or car parts.

10/31/17: Casper The Friendly Ghost by James Horner, The Munsters Theme by Jack Marshall, and The Addams Family Theme by Vic Mizzy. The theme was TV Themes for Halloween

10/24/17: Life Is A Highway by Tim Crochane, On The Road Again by Willie Nelson, and Should I Stay Or Should I Go by The Clash. The Theme was Traveling. 

10/17/17: Method Of Modern Love by Hall & Oates, Respect by Aretha Franklin, and Lola by The Kinks. The theme was songs that spell out part of their title in the lyrics.
10/10/17: Africa by Toto, Ahab the Arab by Ray Stevens, and Surfin' U.S.A by The Beach Boys. The theme was songs with continents and countries in their title.
10/3/17: 99 Luftballons by Nena, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover by Paul Simon, and Knock Three Times by Tony Orlando & Dawn. The theme was Numbers.
9/26/17: (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay by Otis Redding, Sugartime by The McGuire Sisters, and Betty Davis Eyes by Kim Carnes. The theme was songs that were TV Commercials. 
9/12/17: No Triple Threat Tuesday (We took a week off)
9/5/17: 9 to 5 by Dolly Parton, She Works Hard For The Money by Donna Summer, and Working For The Weekend by Loverboy. The Theme was Working. (Celebrating Labor Day which was 9/4) 
8/29/17: Still the One by Orleans, Eight Days A Week by The Beatles, and Sixteen Tons by Tennessee Ernie Ford. The Theme was Numbers. 
8/22/17: Here Comes The Sun by The Beatles, Seasons In The Sun by Terry Jacks, and House Of The Rising Sun by The Animals. The Theme was the Sun. (Celebrating the Great Eclipse that happened 8/21/17)
8/15/17: WKRP in Cincinnati by Steve Carlsile, Believe It Or Not (The Greatest American Hero) by Joey Scarbury, and Thank You For Being A Friend by Andrew Gold. The Theme was TV Themes.
8/8/17: Do You Know the Way to San Jose by Dionne Warwick, Chattanooga Choo Choo by Glen Miller, and Last Train to Clarksville by The Monkees. The theme was Songs with American Cities in the title.
8/1/17: The Rose by Bette Midler, Kodachrome by Paul Simon, and Ebony and Ivory by Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder. The Theme was Colors. 
7/25/17: I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch) by Four Tops, Follow You Follow Me by Genesis, and You're The Inspiration by Chicago. The theme was Pronouns.
7/18/17: This Diamond Ring by Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Emerald Eyes by Fleetwood Mac, and Ruby Tuesday by The Rolling Stones. The theme was Jewelry or Precious Stones.
7/11/17: Eye Of The Tiger by Survivor, Stray Cat Strut by Stray Cats, and Octopus's Garden by The Beatles. The theme was Animals.
7/4/17: No Triple Threat because of Independence Day
6/27/17: Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) by the Eurthimics, (I Need You Now) More Than Words Can Say by Alias, and The Wedding Song (There Is Love) by Paul Stookey. The theme was Songs With Alternate Titles.
6/20/17: Suddenly Last Summer by The Motels, Summer Nights by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, and Walking On Sunshine by Katrina and The Waves. The Theme was Summer.
6/13/17: S.O.S. by Abba, Take On Me by A-ha, and Still The Same by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band the theme was palindromic names. 
6/6/17: You May Be Right by Billy Joel, December, 1963 (Oh, What A Night) by The Four Seasons, and Calendar Girl by Neil Sadaka. The theme was months or have to do with months of the year.
5/30/17: I'll Be Over You by Toto, I Am Woman by Helen Reddy, and I Will Remember You by Amy Grant. The theme was the letter I.
5/23/17: Rose Garden by Lynn Anderson, Paper Roses by Marie Osmond, and Every Rose Has Its Thorn by Poison. The theme was Roses.
5/16/17: Jambalaya (On The Bayou) by the Carpenters, Incense and Peppermints by Strawberry Alarm Clock, and Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows by Lesley Gore. The theme was Food. 
5/9/17: Who's Zoomin' Who by Aretha Franklin, How Deep Is Your Love by the Bee Gees, and Who's Johnny by El Debarge. The theme was Questions.





       

         


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