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.
Jump start your week with a breakfast of funky blues! Start with pre-1930s blues, then meander slowly through the decades, all the way to today’s regional artists.
A tasty sampler from nine decades of the bluest of the blues. Brad’s entrees are mostly older, classic blues with the occasional tasty side dish from the “blues news.”
Start your Sunday morning with double shots of your favorite blues artists! And don’t miss the occasional live interviews and in-studio performances.
Get down and blue with greats like Buddy Guy, Billie Holiday and Etta James. Start your Thursday morning off right with a wide mix of blues.
Spike moves your Tuesday morning into the fast lane, serving up a tasty assortment of the blues.
Tune in as Coffee Jack, your Barista of the Blues, pours out harmonica blues old and new, acoustic and electric.
Big B brings you the best in funk — new skool, old skool, and nothin’ but funk.
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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.
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.
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Tune in for Sidetracks every Friday as Adam will dig deeper into albums, starting with a familiar song then followed by another track you may have overlooked the first time around.
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.
Reggae with an emphasis on conscious ’70s roots. Of course it’s Bob Marley and the Wailers and Ziggy Marley, but it’s also many other artists who will expand your reggae horizons.