Rockturnal With Scotty B

  • #5. Queen - Fat Bottom Girls

    Freddie Mercury of Queen holding a microphone that is in a Mic stand to his mouth pointing his right hand while looking at the camera and singing

    Freddie Mercury of Queen  1980″ (Photo by Steve Jennings)

    #5. Queen – Fat Bottom Girls

    Requested through – Facebook Request Line – Scotty B wdha

    Requested by – The Woodbridge Division Commander John L, Major Jenna L, and Ops Mama Tina L, in Woodbridge , NJ

    The Woodbridge Division is back on the list after getting knocked out earlier this week  as they almost tied with The El – Cappytan Bobby Bonzo’s record for six straight nights of making theTop 5 list. The WBD brings up the rear with their “Song’s About Girls” themed request for “Fat Bottom Girls” by Queen. “Fat Bottom Girls” was released as part of Queen’s 1978 album, “Jazz,” and was written by the band’s enigmatic frontman, Freddie Mercury. The song stands out with its distinctive blend of hard rock, pop, and a touch of vaudeville. From the iconic guitar riffs by Brian May to the powerhouse vocals of Freddie Mercury, the track showcases the band’s unparalleled musicianship and creative genius. Great Job Gang! Salute!

  • #4. Missing Persons - Words

    Dale Bozio  lead sing of missing persons singing with her  short jacket opened

    Singer Dale Bozzio of Missing Persons photo by Paul Natkin)

    #4. Missing Persons – Words

    Requested through – Facebook Request line – Scotty B wdha

    Rqested b y – The El- Cappytan Bobby Bonzo Rockturnaling and Working in Hasbrouck Heights , NJ

    Look out! He is back on the list at #4! The supreme record holder for six nights in a row of making the Top 5 List, The El – Cappytan Bobby Bonzooooooo! His request for “Words” by Missing Persons puts him in this spot. “Words” by Missing Persons was released in 1982 as part of their debut album “Spring Session M”. “Words” was crafted by the talented collective known as Missing Persons, fronted by the enigmatic vocalist Dale Bozzio. The song embodies the essence of 1980s new wave, blending pulsating synths, infectious melodies, and a mesmerizing vocal performance. With its signature electronic soundscapes and catchy hooks, “Words” introduced listeners to a captivating sonic journey. Great Job Bonzo! Salute!








  • #3. Shinedown - Diamond Eyes

    Lead singer of shinddown brent smith looking out a the crowd with mouth wide open hitting a screaming note

     Singer Brent Smith of the band Shinedown . (Photo by Scott Dudelson)

    #3. Shinedown – Diamond Eyes

    Requested through – Facebook Request Line – Scotty B wdha

    Requested by – Commander Mike H in Staten Island , NY

    TRaking command of the 3 spot is Commander mike H with his request for “Diamond Eye’s” by Shinedown. Shinedown has gifted the world with numerous hits. Among their impressive repertoire, “Diamond Eyes (Boom-Lay Boom-Lay Boom)” shines as a standout track that has garnered immense praise and resonated with fans worldwide. Released in 2008 as part of the album “The Sound of Madness,” “Diamond Eyes” bursts onto the scene with a thunderous energy that grabs the listener’s attention from the first note. The combination of heavy guitar riffs, pounding drums, and soaring vocals creates an adrenaline-fueled sonic landscape that leaves an indelible impression. Shinedown’s ability to balance raw power with melodic sensibility is showcased brilliantly in this track. Great Job Mike! Salute!


  • #2. Poison - Fallen Angel

    Brett Michaels, lead singer of poison shown clapping his hands in the air  performing with the band on stage in the 80's.

     Brett Michaels (left), lead singer for  Poison, and guitarist Bobby Dall  (Photo by George Rose)

    #2. Poison – Fallen Angel

    Requested through – Email Request Line – [email protected]

    Requested by – 1st LT. Nina M in Randolph , NJ

    1st Lt. Nina M takes the 2 spot with her request for “Fallen Angel” by Poison. In the vibrant and decadent era of 1980s glam metal, Poison emerged as one of the genre’s most iconic and influential bands. Among their arsenal of anthems, “Fallen Angel” stands as a defiant rock ballad that captures the essence of rebellion and longing. Released in 1988 as part of their album “Open Up and Say… Ahh!,” this unforgettable power ballad has resonated with fans around the world. Get your tickets for WDHA’s Rock the Park as we are teaming up with Brett Michaels Parti – Gras that will feature Night Ranger and Jefferson Starship and a surprise special guest at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel , NJ Sunday July 16th. Great Job Nina! Salute! 



  • #1. Megadeth - Sweating Bullets

    Lead singer and guitaris Dave Mustain playing his guitar on stage and singing into a microphone that is attached to a mic stand in the 1980's.

    Dave Mustaine of Megadeth(Photo by Paul Natkin)

    #1. Megadeth – Sweating Bullets

    Requested through – Email Request Line – [email protected]

    Requested by – Commander Kyle M in Hillsborough , NJ

    Commander Kyle M makes the list for 4 nights in a row  and takes the top spot with his” I’m Losing My Mind” themed request for ” Sweating Bullets” by Megadeth. Kyle M is hot on the heals of Bonzo to at least tie or hold a new record for making the Top 5 6 nights in a row. Can he do it? We shall see! Within the realm of heavy metal, Megadeth has solidified its place as one of the genre’s most influential and innovative bands. Among their vast discography, “Sweating Bullets” emerges as a gripping and psychologically charged masterpiece. Released in 1992 as part of their iconic album “Countdown to Extinction,” this enigmatic track showcases Megadeth’s musical prowess, intricate songwriting, and thought-provoking lyrics. Great Job Kyle! I think Bonzo is now Sweating Bullets! Salute!



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