WARM AND THE MUSIC OF JUNE
June 1966 was a year of varied music on the WARM charts. The number one song was held down by an entertainment icon who held sway on the previous incarnation of WARM Radio in the 40s and 50s, the Chairman of the Board himself, Frank Sinatra.
Sinatra's "Strangers In The Night" dethroned the Four Seasons, stars at past WARM Day events who fell to number 2 with "Opus 17".
Johnny Sea debuted at number 20. Bobby Darin was at number 17 with "Mame," Jerry Vale was leaving the charts with his last top 40 record "Less Than Tomorrow.". But the song that really stood out was this one by country singer crossover artist Leroy Pullins.
This WARM chart really showed the diversity of the Top 40 at this time in its history.