Jivin’ Johnny Etheredge is your host for an eclectic mix of rock, pop, folk, and psychedelia from the sometimes chaotic, often controversial, but always exhilarating and provocative 1960s.
Get your weekend off to a tuneful start. Let Adam help you unwind after a hard day at work as he plays a crafted mix of eclectic rock and cool jazz.
Join Billy each week for an an hour of your favorites from the iconic Beatles. You’ll hear plenty of tracks by the most beloved band in pop music history from their catalog of more than 180 songs.
Greaser’s Garage is dedicated to trashy rock ‘n roll from the ‘50s to the present day. It’s for people who like straight-ahead rock ‘n’ roll. Stompin’ R&B and rockabilly, smokin’ surf instrumentals, primitive ‘60s garage sounds, loads of punk, and combos of them all.
Get in the groove with jam band music, from Old School to Nowsville. Taking turns holding the reins are the Grooveland Posse: Big B, Ted, Jordan, MattDawg and Professor Pete.
Guitar rock and electric blues — “guitar gods,” rockin’ blues, and lots of old and new rock ranging from rockabilly to metal, southern rock to alternative. You’ll want to crank up the volume for this one!
A magical, mystical three-hour excursion through music from the mid-1960s through the early ‘70s. Hear bands like Led Zeppelin, Jefferson Airplane, and Crosby, Stills, and Nash.
Latin Rock — in Spanish, it’s Rock en Español — is a fusion of rock music with Latin American rhythms. Latin Rock bridges both linguistic and cultural boundaries.
Hop in with Ed Kashin for a weekly radio road trip through the extensive catalog of the road band of road bands, the Grateful Dead.
Progressive rock from yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Genesis, Yes, ELP, King Crimson, Spock’s Beard, Porcupine Tree — and, of course, Hawkwind and Pink Floyd!
A musical journey through a wide variety of rock, blues, jazz, and electronica with “classics” from the likes of Bob Marley, the Ramones, Steely Dan, Queen, Neil Young, Elvis Costello, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, U2, and the Beatles along with newer sounds from Nine Inch Nails, Radiohead, Steven Wilson, Paul Weller, the Stepkids, and more.
How diverse can you get? John Prine, James Taylor, Barenaked Ladies, Jerry Lee Lewis, Shawn Colvin, Jimmy Buffett, Van Morrison, David Bowie, George Harrison, J.J. Cale, Michelle Shocked, Blues Traveler…And locals, too?
Think of the “Vinyl Revival” as having your own personal vinyl record collection. For two hours each Monday, you can go back to a time when vinyl records were king and almost everyone had a record player in their home.