Tonight’s One Hit Wonder Wednesday – The 1990s
Tonight on the One Hit Wonder Wednesday Night Shift with Craig Allen - The 90s get all the attention. Listen to 96.7 The River from 7 pm to midnight to hear it all.
7 pm: Len - "Steal My Sunshine"
Reached #9 in 1999
"Steal My Sunshine" from the Canadian band Len sampled another hit from the disco era. Find out what that was coming up tonight.
8 pm: Deep Blue Something - "Breakfast At Tiffany's"
Reached #5 in 1987
Everything is big in Texas, right? Well, this band from the Lone Star State had ONE big hit.
9 pm: Eagle-Eye Cherry - "Save Tonight"
Reached #5 in 1997
Eagle-Eye Cherry wasn't the only one in the family to have a hit. His half-sister Neneh Cherry had not just one hit, but two. "Buffalo Stance" in 1988 (#3) and "Kisses on the Wind" in 1989 (#8). So sister can not only brag that she had a bigger hit than her little brother, but more of them.
10 pm: The Rembrandts "I'll Be There For You"
Reached #17 in 1995
If you're one of the few that remembers "That's Just Way It Is Baby", then you know they really shouldn't be on this list. That song was a bigger hit than the song everyone knows. And that's precisely why they are on this list.
11 pm: OMC - "How Bizarre"
#11 in 1980
How big was this song for this New Zealand band? Big enough to where the country named it one of the greatest New Zealand songs of all time. So, that should tell you all about the New Zealand impact on the world music scene.