Songs of the American Cowboy. The beauty, tradition, humor and romance of the West. Release your Inner Cowboy!
Playing the music that I love to listen to... Surf, Swing, and Psychobilly
Old-time radio music programs like The Bing Crosby Show, Mario Lanza and Jubilee. It features artists like Al Jolson, Perry Como,and others. Big Band Remotes featuring Shaw, Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller.
Bringing back those musical memories of yesteryear! (Is that even a word?)
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.
Your selected favorite songs !
WITCHES TAILS, ESCAPE, THE CREAKING DOOR, THE HAUNTING HOUR, THE HERMITS CAVE, Great Detectives, Westerns and Comedy from the Golden age of Radio, and more for your Old Time listeni
Enjoy the greatest music by women artists from the Sixties hosted by Thomas Callahan 24/7! SEE BROADCAST SCHEDULE FOR OUR HALLOWEEN SPECIALS ON OCTOBER 31st !
One-Hit Wonderland (The greatest one-hit wonders of all time)
Lounge music at it's best. Vintage crooners and steamy divas. Retro commercials and sound tracks! Now sound!
R&B, Doo-Wop group harmony from the 50's & early 60's. Right now only available to VIP subscribers. Old shows running while station is in hiatus. Check oldiesloon.com or right here for any news on this station and when new shows will be on.
Music for your Lounge, Elevator or Stylish Bachelor or Bachelorette Pad....Swing on Over!! Great for Work - it's definitely Shaken, Not Stirred!!
Music for the classical guitar, including solos, chamber pieces, and concertos.
Yesterday USA - Blue
Guitar Instrumentals, Jazz, Big Band, Pop Standards, Classic Easy Listening, Lounge, Surf & Oldies for hours of great listening.
Soundtracks and Comedy! At work or home. Film and TV music, stand-up comedy and everything in between. Dean Martin to Hans Zimmer, James Newton Howard to James Bond, Thomas Newman to Jim Carrey, Dane Cook to John Williams.