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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 - Apr. 22nd

    1969: This is the day that The Who first performs their rock opera Tommy live in concert in Dalton, England.

    Five years later to the day (1974), they begin filming the movie version, directed by Ken Russell.

    Twenty-four years later (1993), the Broadway version opens.

This Day in Rock History - Apr. 8th

1967: NBC airs Petula Clark’s first and only TV special, Petula. During her duet with Harry Belafonte, she spontaneously reaches out and touches him on his arm. Sponsor Chrysler Motors wants the moment cut from the show, fearing a backlash from Southern viewers. Clark refuses and the show airs with the touch intact, becoming the first interracial contact to air on American television.

The nation, somehow, endures the shock. (Yes, that was sarcasm.)