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This is a music mix like nothing you’ve even heard (unless you’ve been here before). It’s created by radio professionals who went beyond the “oldies” mentality to provide a blend of the best music from the dawn of rock & roll right though today. You’ll hear greatest hits as well as some gems you might never have heard before from the biggest rock stars of all time.

Give our unique music blend just 60 minutes, we know you’ll be hooked because if you’ve been looking for Rock & Roll Heaven – you’ve found it!

  • This Day in Rock History - Oct. 18th

    1926: Happy Birthday to the man who contributed more to the founding of rock ‘n’ roll than perhaps any other artist: Chuck Berry would have been 92 today. Make sure and tell Tchaikovsky the news.






This Day in Rock History - Sept. 16th

1964: No longer confined to one-off appearances on shows like Ed Sullivan, rock & roll finally gets a prime-time TV series of its own when Shindig! debuts on ABC-TV.

The first telecast, created and hosted by L.A. deejay Jimmy O’Neill, features performances by Sam Cooke, the Everly Brothers, the Righteous Brothers, and their “house singer,” a kid named Bobby Sherman.

Unknown to us at the time, but Glen Campbell & Leon Russell performed as members of the house band, Darlene Love provided backing vocals and an occasional solo and a young Terri Garr was one of the original Shindig Dancers (although her young age meant she only appeared in a few of the shows - having to spend time in school, rather than the studio).