TGIF! Thank Goddess It's Friday and time to sit back and relax to all time favorite hits from women of the Sixties INCLUDING A SPRINGLING OF HOLIDAY MUSIC! Have a great weekend! Thomas Callahan
We're back just like you remember !!! A Collection of Classic Hits of the 60's 70's & 80's. Compiled using Record Research books and 2UE Sydney's Top 40 Charts. This is the place for great music at work or at play
Playing both the classic hits & the rarities of 1950s & '60s R&B, Rockabilly, Doo-Wop, Instrumentals, Motown, early British Invasion, Teen Idols & Girls Groups. Elvis, Jerry Lee, Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly, Neil Sedaka, Dion, the one-hit wonders, & more.
Our Majik Formula of chart-topping Soft Rock hits, groovy Oldies and Pop favorites will “beam you up” to the Good Old Days and make a fan out of you. Here’s to good times and great oldies!
The NOSTALGIA Station !!!! Songs from the 1930s right up to the present day !!! (From Al Jolson to Adele) !!!!!
We Specialize In Playing The Oldies (60s & 70s) For The Office! We Rock But Not Too Hard!
The Soundtrack of your life
The Greatest Hits Of The 1970's. . If you like my station please pick it as your favorite.
We play Rock N Roll with a little bit of Doo Wop, Playlist inc: Buddy Holly, Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers, Dion & The Belmonts, Ricky Nelson, Paul Anka, Elvis and LOTS more! IF you have any comments please send me an email.
Restricted audience. Visit www.britishsixtiesradio.com to listen.
NON-STOP MOTOWN & NORTHERN SOUL CLASSICS including the best of STAX, ATLANTIC, CHESS and INVICTUS plus a touch of Rock and Pop
Playing Hits from the 60s, Oldies, and the British Invasion...Beatles, Beach Boys, Rolling Stones, Herman's Hermits, Dave Clark Five, Kinks, Byrds, Bee Gees, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, The Crests, Dion and The Belmonts, and many others
Due to cost and lack of listeners Jodash 50's will close on Aug13 you can listen to the 50's along with 30's & 40's by going to http://live365.com/stations/plod99 ,broadcasting In 24kam they way you used to listen
Where the pages of Tiger Beat Magazine come alive on your digital device
Playing all your favorite doo wop records from the '50s and early '60s, plus all the obscure doo wops you've never heard before!