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POTP Epi536: Hits From The 60s to 80s

30-Mar-24 16:00

POTP Epi536: Hits From The 60s to 80s

Join Patrick Teoh as he takes you on an exhilarating journey down memory lane, igniting nostalgic vibes by carefully curating a collection of timeless hits from the golden era of the 60s to the 80s. Prepare to be transported as he dusts off his cherished vinyl records, delivering foot-stomping beats and hand-clapping melodies that will surely leave you yearning for the music of yesteryears.

Produced by: Julian Yap

Presented by: Patrick Teoh


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