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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.

 


Join Alice Cooper - the original 'shock rocker' - as he re-creates a little bit of rock theatre on 95.5 KMBR-FM every weeknight 7:00pm to Midnight all the way from Arizona or wherever he is at the time when he's on tour.

He plays mostly classic rock music from many of his comrades, as well as interviews with many of his friends in the music industry. Alice also entertains with Cooper's Covers, Alice's Freaky Facts, Cooper's Closet Classic, and he'll also take listeners back in time for 'This Day In Rock' to discover what happened on that particular day in rock history.

 


Rock Recall brings back the big guitars and attitude that dominated music throughout the 80’s, the bands who embraced big hair and questionable fashion choices, surrounded by the sounds and flavor from the decade with relevant audio that includes news clips, movie drops, sports highlights, classic commercials and more connecting you to your favorite memories.

How well do you remember your favorite music that rocked? Rock Recall will help jog your memory with two hours of classic favorites each and every Sunday afternoon from 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.




  • On this Day August 28, 2012
    Celebrity Net Worth named Ringo Starr as the world's richest drummer, with an estimated fortune of $300 million. Phil Collins was ranked second with $250 million, former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl was third with $225 million, The Eagles' Don Henley came in forth with $200 million and Metallica's Lars Ulrich was fifth with $175 million. Also making the top ten were U2's Larry Mullen and The Rolling Stones' Charlie Watts.
  • On this Day August 28, 2009
    Noel Gallagher quit Oasis saying he could no longer work with his brother Liam. Noel, the group's lead guitarist and chief songwriter, had recently been involved in a series of rows with Liam, and admitted he and his brother rarely spoke, did not travel together and only saw each other on stage. The guitarist said: "It's with some sadness and great relief to tell you that I quit Oasis tonight. The band were due to play the Rock en Seine festival in Paris but cancelled at the last minute. When the support band said Oasis would not be performing, many fans thought it was a joke.
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