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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 - July 31st

    1968: London’s Apple Boutique closes its doors for good.

    Founded as part of the Beatles’ Apple Corps business efforts, the store was in trouble from the start with bad management and rampant theft. On its final day, employees were instructed to let anyone have anything they wanted of the store’s remaining inventory without charge.

This Day in Rock History - June 21st

1968: Due to the recent assassination of Robert Kennedy, Steve Binder, the director of Elvis Presley’s upcoming Christmas special decides to ditch “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” as the closing number. On this day, he asks musical director, Bones Howe, to pen a “more socially conscious” song as a replacement.

The same afternoon, Howe writes “If I Can Dream.” Elvis likes it and the rest is music history.