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A full hour of Pink Floyd every Sunday from 8:00am-9:00am with your host, Craig Bailey.

"Floydian Slip" is a one-hour, weekly radio journey through the history of Pink Floyd. Host Craig Bailey works classic Floyd songs, deep album cuts and Floyd’s unique brand of ambient segues into a seamless blend of music and sound best described as a listening experience.

Accented with succinct and thoughtful commentary, “Floydian Slip” is programming that becomes a weekly destination for classic rock fans.

 


Join host Dennis Mitchell for two hours of Fab Four Fun from 9:00am-11:00am every Sunday morning.

Beatles music, trivia, history, rarities, covers, and special interviews. Wake up and enjoy the longest running weekly Beatles radio show.

 


Join host Steve Black for two hours of celebration for all those who have chosen a life centered around the guitar 7:00pm-9:00pm every Saturday Night.

All aspects of rock music incorporate the guitar to some extent. This show invites the listeners to hear the songs they know and love from different perspectives, while occasionally introducing the audience to some guitar gems they may have missed.

 


The Tour Bus mixes the best party rock bands from the 80’s, 90’s and today including such classic bands as Van Halen, Motley Crue, Scorpions and Judas Priest all the way to today’s top rockers including Buckcherry, Five Finger Death Punch, and Avenged Sevenfold.

Hosted by Ralph Sutton and new co-host Melissa Krahnke, The Tour Bus features music news, tour updates, and weekly interviews while playing at least 10 songs per hour. Saturday Nights 9:00pm-Midnight.

 


Classic Rock was always about more than hit songs. It’s about albums, the stories behind the songs, and rare tracks. You’ll now be able to tap into the deep archives during ON TAP with Nik Carter every weeknight 7:00pm-Midnight!

From the Stones to Van Halen, Pink Floyd to ZZ Top, Nik will welcome rock royalty to his Rock Bar (in the heart of NYC’s Times Square) for interviews and performances. You’ll have unprecedented access to the expansive Vh1 archive of exclusive musical performances & interviews from the vaults of Storytellers, Unplugged, and more.

 


The Rockin’ 80’s is the only 80’s show with a mix of the best rock from the decade of excess plus “oh wow” tracks that add spice to the weekly line up. Features include rarities from the 80’s “Lost and Found”, an 80’s “Two-Fer,” spotlighting two contrasting songs from one band played back to back and much more.

Hosted by rock radio personality Zander Sunday afternoons 11:00am-1:00pm.

 


Flashback, the country’s number one retrospective radio program, is hosted by rock insider and MTV legend, Matt Pinfield. Travel back in time and celebrate killer classics with rockers that defined the time – Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Pink Floyd, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Eagles and many more.

Flashback fuses Classic Rock with the newscasts, TV and movie clips, vintage commercials and comedy that defined the time. As a living music encyclopedia, Matt not only connects the dots, but gives listeners a rich behind-the-scenes perspective unlike any other. Sundays 1:00pm-5:00pm.

 


“Rockline” is a syndicated national call in radio show that gives the listeners a chance to speak directly with the artists.

Rockline continues to attract the top names in the music industry including everyone from The Beatles to The Stones, from Led Zeppelin to The Who. Listen for Rockline every Sunday Night 5:00pm-6:30pm.

 
  • Introducing the Pearl Harts
    The Pearl Harts, a female rock and heavy blues duo based in London, are releasing their first single, Skeleton Made Of Diamonds, on Monday. The band feature Kirsty (lead vocals /guitar/ loops) and Sara (drums / vocals / samples), who met on the road whilst touring with other bands.
  • AC/DC couldn’t show pity to Malcolm Young
    AC/DC had to contain their reactions while Malcolm Young began to suffer with dementia during their Black Ice world tour, says frontman Brian Johnson.
  • Download: “Muse will push the boundaries"
    The longest-running rock festival of them all has pulled off a coup this year, with the announcement that Muse will headline Saturday June 13, 2015. The Devon trio, who are currently working on their new album with AC/DC and Def Leppard producer Mutt Lange, will make their Download debut, alongside returning headliners Kiss and Slipknot, plus Judas Priest, Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators, Faith No More, Black Stone Cherry and Mötley Crüe, the latter’s Sunday night Special Guest slot being billed as their last-ever UK festival performance. Promoter Andy Copping gave us his side of the story.
  • Scorpions: “We're finally coming back to the uk"
    The very first Ramblin’ Man Fair will take place at Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent on July 25 and 26. The two-day festival, brought to you by some of the people behind High Voltage, sees Teutonic metal legends the Scorpions play their first full UK show in eight years as Saturday night headliners, while southern rock icon Gregg Allman tops the bill on Sunday. As Classic Rock went to press, Camel and Marillion were also confirmed to appear, with more bands to be announced. For the Scorpions, the show forms part of their 50th-anniversary celebrations “At such an important time in our history it really means a lot for us to come back to play again for our UK fans,” vocalist Klaus Meine (left) tells us.
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