If you think you've heard all the great music from the 60s, think again! Norman gets out the LPs, EPs and singles to play you the songs that should have been hits, the B sides that should have been A side, the album tracks that should have been single - plus a few lesser known tracks by famous bands. Norman's Hidden 60s show is on Monday evenings from 8pm to 9pm.
Tune in. But don't drop out!
Norman gets out the LPs, EPs and singles - and sometimes the 78s too - for an eclectic mix of jazz, blues, swing, country and a lot more besides, from the 1920s to the present day, with the emphasis on the laid back. Norman's show is live on Sunday mornings from 10am to noon, and repeated on Thursdays from 9pm to 11pm.
Norman says: "In my shows, I like to play records, and I do mean records, that are a little bit offbeat, such as obscure versions of well-known songs, rare B sides by famous artists, tracks that spring a surprise. You'll hear everything from 1920s jazz, 1930s dance bands, 1940s country, and 1950s blues through, (occasionally!) to the latest CD. Nowhere else will you hear Jelly Roll Morton, Ken "Snakehips" Johnson, Cab Calloway, Jack Hylton, Big Bill Broonzy, Georgie Fame, Eartha Kitt, Manfred Mann, Jamie Cullum and Hank Williams on the same programme!
"I like the fact that Seahaven FM is genuinely local, and I have a good chance of knowing those who call or email in to the programme. And it's great to be able to share my records with others. Music has always been very important to me."
Norman lives with his family in Lewes.