PITTSBURGH, Nov. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The MY MUSIC series has been preserving the greatest songs of the 1960s on PBS for a dozen years and now presents THE BEST OF THE '60s, a special of original hits from the sounds of pop, rock, folk and and soul – covering the British Invasion to Motown. This new program is hosted by WJRZ-FM/WJRZ.com radio personality TJ Lubinsky. Relive the peace, protest and love of this pivotal era in MY MUSIC: THE BEST OF THE '60s premiering on PBS stations starting November 30 (check local listings).
Among the hits featured are Cherish by The Association, Time of The Season by The Zombies and Born To Be Wild by John Kay & Steppenwolf. Also seen are final performances by Rob Grill of The Grass Roots (Let's Live For Today) and Scott McKenzie's Summer of Love anthem anthem San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair). The special closes with a segment devoted to the late Davy Jones of The Monkees in his last television concert singing favorites such as Daydream Believer.
SOURCE TJL Productions