Steve is an avid record collector, lover of music, and student of musical history. He brings an extensive knowledge of the huge library of 60’s and 70’s hits that only Oldies 92.7 features. In 2017, Steve was inducted into the Arizona Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame honoring his great career entertaining the Valley. 


Friday afternoon at 3, strap yourself in for a Super 60’s Weekend with all the good stuff from what many consider to be the most creative decade of rock and roll. Motown, British Invasion, Garage Bands, American Groups, we’ll cover all the bases… But who were the biggest acts of all? Here’s five of the top 10…tomorrow I’ll finish the ... Read More »

Listen To The New Paul McCartney Single – Album September 7

All that talk last week about the immediate release of a new Paul McCartney album was half right. Here’s the story from Paul’s own blog: ‘I DON’T KNOW’/’COME ON TO ME’ AVAILABLE WEDNESDAY 20th JUNE on CAPITOL RECORDS Following a whirlwind week that saw his Instagram presence rebooted as he played one of the most intimate gigs of his storied ... Read More »


Did you ever have one of these? It’s amazing what we put away in a drawer and forget about, until we do a major cleaning. This past weekend while doing my own major summer cleaning, I found this trinket from Tower Records…still in its original wrapper with instructions – and then it hit me… I had bought two of these, ... Read More »

Happy Birthday Sir Paul McCartney

He’s 76. I knew that was the first question you were going to ask, so let’s just get it out of the way. As a member of The Beatles, they scored 21 #1 hits on Billboard’s Hot 100 and 17 chart toppers in the U.K. He has written and co-written 188 charted records that break down like this: 91 hit ... Read More »

Elvis Presley’s First Drummer D.J. Fontana Has Died

One of my most prized musical items is a Sun Records sleeve signed by Scotty Moore and D.J Fontana, who passed away Wednesday at the age of 87. In the mid-80’s, I had D.J over at the house for an entire afternoon- and tape was rolling as we talked…tomorrow I’ll be going through my archives looking for it. It was ... Read More »

Paul McCartney: New Album and Carpool Karaoke?

The Daily Edition has posted that Paul McCartney will have new album out tomorrow. If that’s the case, you have to give his organization credit for keeping it under wraps at this late stage in the game. Next Monday Sir Paul will celebrate his 76th birthday. Also next week he’ll be on The Late Late Show with James Corden during ... Read More »

Heat-Relief Station Locations Around The Valley

Today is another excessive heat day across the valley, which means hydration is essential for all of us. Here’s a list of heat relief stations providing water and areas to cool off anytime an Excessive Heat Warning is issued in the valley (like today). – STEVE GODDARD 605 E Broadway Ave, Apache Junction 85 E Saragosa St, Chandler 241 E ... Read More »

Klaus Vorman Joins Ringo Starr On Stage In Germany

Longtime Beatles fans will know that Klaus met Ringo in Germany bin 19960, before he joined The Beatles. Later, Klaus moved to London where he joined up with Manfred Mann to play bass, and in 1966, designed the cover for The Beatles “Revolver” album. After missing a scheduled Sunday show in Hamburg due to illness, Ringo recovered and took to ... Read More »

Former Fleetwood Mac Guitarist Has Died

Sad to hear of the death of former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Danny Kirwan who appeared on fiveof the group’s albums from 1968 through 1972, with ‘Bare Trees’ being the last. No cause of death has been revealed. Danny Kirwan was 68… Read More »

Byrds Founding Members To Celebrate With 50th Anniversry Sweetheart Tour

The Byrds “Sweethearts of the Rodeo” wasn’t their biggest album. It only crept up to #77 on the Billboard album chart before falling off 10 weeks later. But in the years since, it has taken on legendary status as a pioneering country-rock album that paved the way for Bob Dylan’s “Nashville Skyline”, Poco, and later The Eagles own brand of ... Read More »