From the celtic, magical and uplifting to the relaxing, whimsical and heart touching ... life is about all this; so is our show! *******(updated Sep3,2006-more music!)
This radio broadcasts unconventional music mainly in the New Age, Celtic, New Medieval and Pagan folk style. As well as in the universe, there are no borders for the DJ in this inspirational music.
Join The Silver Fox for magickal music, inspiring invocations, guided visualizations, meditations and wyse words.
The Great Masters of Baroque (1600-1750) - Featuring Seasonal Choral Works - Welcome to the highest quality classical stream on the net! - Visit baroque247.com for additional streams & downloads.
Playing Celtic, Independent Musicians, Native American, and Folk - A great sounding mix to Soooothe Your Soul - Tune In - Now!!
World's finest performances of Medieval, Renaissance & Early Baroque secular & sacred, vocal & instrumental music, from the dawn of chant to the birth of the suite; colonial Latin America
Horror & Halloween Radio. oldies, novelty, horror movie soundtracks, horror punk, surf, psychobilly, deathrock, gothic, space, library, symphonic, progressive rock, electronic, soundscapes, rare and weird!
Viking Pagan Folk Metal (www.warriorradio.com)
All styles of music performed on the autoharp
Dark Cabaret, Circus Noir, Gypsy Punk, Carnivale, Southern Gothic and Funeral Ballads
The songs of Bob Dylan as performed by Bob and hundreds of the best artists of the past five decades.
Playing 24/7 Classic Rock - This station is dedicated to all who have lost their lives living The Dream.
This station may be discontinued soon. For great Celtic Christian music, I encourage you to listen to Celtic Christian Spirit. Check our station page for a link!
The best of the best! One song from each of my favorite indie artists, especially folk/singer-songwriters, with many from Boston/the Northeast. The cream rises to the top.
medieval, neo-classical, darkwave. 22 hours of no repeat enchantment
Selection of Early Music, ranging from Hildegard von Bingen to the height of the English Renaissance