“50s Malt Shop Jukebox Crooner” is a vintage, retro crooner-styled track that hearkens the listener back to the good old days of the 1950s, when daddy-o’s went to the malt shop, ordered a cherry phosphate, and sat down with their favorite dollies. As dreamy dames giggle and greaser fellas run combs through their slicked-back hair, the diner air is filled with the classic sounds of the 50s….and with young love. The high-school boys look on with envy as the girls swoon at the dulcet tones emanating from the vintage jukebox, a love song leaving them pining for a slow dance…cheek-to-cheek. Isn’t that peachy keen?
The nifty scents of french fries, bright pink bubble gum, and hamburgers linger through the diner while the sounds of wholesome positivity and optimism of the 1950s youth gently beams from the jukebox. Nervous pals ask their best gals to go steady, Johnny shows off the radio in his red mustang in the parking lot, and dames tell dudes not to get fresh.
Clean, wholesome, and dreamy, “50s Malt Shop Jukebox Crooner” brings you back to the malt shops, ice cream parlors, and diners of 1950s America, and, in doing so, the 50s American culture comes to life again with a sweet gentle melody piing through a transistor radio.
So pack up your flux capacitor…it’s a jim dandy of a tune that will take you back down memory lane…to the 50s… the ice cream parlor, diner, malt shop…or maybe even make-out point!
Sounds like Elvis Presley, Booby Darin, Roy Orbison, Bobby Vinton, Sam Cooke, and Nat King Cole.
Files in download
- 50s Malt Shop Jukebox Crooner.wav | 2:41
- 50s Malt Shop Jukebox Crooner.mp3 | 2:41
- 50s Malt Shop Jukebox Crooner No Melody.wav | 2:41
- 50s Malt Shop Jukebox Crooner No Melody.mp3 | 2:41