Good Times Show Highlights

1. Feelin’ Good The 21st century invigoration by Michael Buble. A Gin & Tonic. 2. The Way You Look Tonight Most cruisers know this song as popularized by Harry Connick Jr. Other modern covers include those by Rod Stewart, Chris…

Good Times Show Highlights

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1. Feelin’ Good

The 21st century invigoration by Michael Buble. A Gin & Tonic.

2. The Way You Look Tonight

Most cruisers know this song as popularized by Harry Connick Jr. Other modern covers include those by Rod Stewart, Chris Botti, Gloria Estefan, Marroon 5 and Michael Buble. A Rye Old Fashioned.

3. Rat Pack Medley

Sinatra’s classic Fly Me To The Moon, Dean Martin’s Ain’t That A Kick In The Head, Sammy Davis Jr.’s The Candyman. A filet minion and a nice Chianti.

4. Old Time Rock and Roll Medley

A rockin’ medley of Bob Seger’s Old Time Rock And Roll, Tina Turner’s Proud Mary, Jerry Lee Lewis’ Great Balls Of Fire. Whiskey and a beer back.

5. Copacabana / Rock With You

This pair of breakout 70s classics by Barry Manilow and Michael Jackson will hit dead center for many Baby Boomers. Vodka cranberry.

6. How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You

This Motown classic was a hit for Marvin Gaye in 1964 and was a #1 hit for James Taylor in 1975. Hot toddy.

7. Build Me Up Buttercup

The #1 hit single in 1969 for The Foundations. Millennials will fondly remember this song from 90’s classic movie comedy There’s Something About Mary. An anthem for the Los Angeles Angels, Wisconsin Badgers and the Boston College Eagles. Craft beer.

8. ‘Merica Medley

A medley spanning three generations of popular Americana: John Denver’s Country Roads, Zac Brown’s Chicken Fried, Ray Charles’ America The Beautiful. Budweiser.

9. Hallelujah

Popularized by American Idol, Dreamworks Pictures’ Shrek and hundreds of other renditions – possibly the most popular contemporary American ballad. Coffee and cookies.

10. Rock And Roll Medley

This finale includes the #1 hit I’m a Believer (Neil Diamond, The Monkeys and Dreamworks Pictures’ Shrek), Van Morison’s international hit Brown Eyed Girl, Neil Diamond’s breakout hit Cherry Cherry and Ray Charles’ What I Say. Cheeseburger and a domestic draft.

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