The great, cool, groovy, golden oldies from the 1960s and 1970. THE MAGIC OLDIES MIX! Artists like the Beatles (Yesterday), Elvis (Love Me Tender), Doors (Light My Fire), Temptations (My Girl), Elton (Your Song), Janis (Me & Bobby McGee) and more!
SEX-E sixties. From 1960 to 1969. The best songs and the forgotten songs of the SIXTIES. Animals, Byrds, Cash, Iron Butterfly, rare live concert stuff, Movie & TV Themes. Check this site out and go back in time to the Sixties.
Your Oldies Super Station, bringing you the music of the 50's and 60's
We Specialize In Playing The Oldies (60s & 70s) For The Office! We Rock But Not Too Hard!
One-Hit Wonderland (The greatest one-hit wonders of all time)
LA's Legendary Late 60's Underground Radio Lives Again >> Originally broadcast from a church basement when rock was a culture not a product...and comedy was freshly absurd. A living audio tribute.
Classic Rock Deep Tracks
Little Julian Herrera, Sunny Ozuna, Doug Sahm, Little Joe, Tierra, Malo, El Chicano, Avizo, Bob Gallarza, Ruben Ramos, Rudy Tee, Joe Bravo, Augustine Ramirez, Henry Pena, The Royal Jesters, Little Junior Jesse, Freddy Fender, Dimas Garza, The Commands
The Best Of The Past/ When Times Were Laid Back/When Life Was Fun/When Friends Were Friends/ Bob Dylan, Peter, Paul & Mary, Deep Purple, Skid Row, Guns N' Roses,ect.
This is a brand new station with high quality rock music from the sixties and seventies - listen to it - we are growing fast, with one reason - the best music / tell a friend
The Complete Collection of Classic Hits. EvenRichardSteven.com plays golden oldies from the fifties, sixties, seventies, eighties, and nineties, including those hits radio stations used to play. Classic pop hits that touch your heart and soul.
Bringin' back those moldy oldies! (mostly late 50s, early 60s)..Dion, Connie Francis, doo wop, one-hit wonders
Pittsburgh Oldies Channel
Mix of Classic Oldies and Doo-Wop
This is a place where you can find the best songs from the 50s and 60s. Some classics from the 70s will also be heard.
Music from LT'S Library