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The Big Mix

12:00amWeekly

12:00amWeekly

From midnight til 6 a.m., we do Auto DJ. So you get a little bit of everything. 60s and 70s pop, rock, R&B, southern rock, AM & FM. It's a mixed bag until the morning comes.

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60s AM

6:00amWeekly

6:00amWeekly

Although Rock and Roll had been popping up on the radio in the late 50's, the 60s and AM Radio were the impetus behind a seismic shift in rock radio. With the British Invasion and an explosion of bands throughout the U.S., the pop stars and teen idols of the early 60s were being pushed off the charts by the Brits, Beach music, and Soul & R&B. Eventually the 60s would become a smorgasbord of styles from garage bands, folk rock, psychedelia, progressive, blues rock and roots rock. From small hometown stations to the mega-watt stations in the U.S. and Canada, rock took over the radio. In the mid 60s to the early 70s, AM radio was king. Towards the end of the decade, a newcomer in town started to grasp control. FM radio was becoming a major factor and would eventually end AM radios reign.

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70s AM

7:00amWeekly

7:00amWeekly

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60s FM

8:00amWeekly

8:00amWeekly

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70s FM

9:00amWeekly

9:00amWeekly

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70s Hit Mix

10:00amWeekly

10:00amWeekly

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Classic Rock

12:00pmWeekly

12:00pmWeekly

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Soul and R&B

2:00pmWeekly

2:00pmWeekly

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British Invasion

3:00pmWeekly

3:00pmWeekly

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70s Rock

4:00pmWeekly

4:00pmWeekly

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70s Hit Mix

6:00pmMonday - Thursday

6:00pmMonday - Thursday

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Classic Rock

8:00pmMonday - Thursday

8:00pmMonday - Thursday

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Soul and R&B

10:00pmMonday - Thursday

10:00pmMonday - Thursday

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60s AM

11:00pmMonday - Thursday

11:00pmMonday - Thursday

Although Rock and Roll had been popping up on the radio in the late 50's, the 60s and AM Radio were the impetus behind a seismic shift in rock radio. With the British Invasion and an explosion of bands throughout the U.S., the pop stars and teen idols of the early 60s were being pushed off the charts by the Brits, Beach music, and Soul & R&B. Eventually the 60s would become a smorgasbord of styles from garage bands, folk rock, psychedelia, progressive, blues rock and roots rock. From small hometown stations to the mega-watt stations in the U.S. and Canada, rock took over the radio. In the mid 60s to the early 70s, AM radio was king. Towards the end of the decade, a newcomer in town started to grasp control. FM radio was becoming a major factor and would eventually end AM radios reign.

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Soul and R&B

6:00amSaturdays

6:00amSaturdays

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70s AM

8:00amSaturdays

8:00amSaturdays

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1966

10:00amSaturdays

10:00amSaturdays

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1967

11:00amSaturdays

11:00amSaturdays

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1968

12:00pmSaturdays

12:00pmSaturdays

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1969

1:00pmSaturdays

1:00pmSaturdays

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Party at Fred’s

2:00pmSaturdays

2:00pmSaturdays

Back in the late 70s, I had the honor of meeting and living with a great group of guys at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. We went from the dorms to a big, old house. To make it more convenient for people to know where we lived, the house was named Fred's. So, if there were a party, all you needed to say was there was a "Party at Fred's". This is music from those parties, as contributed by many of the members of Fred's house. Hope you enjoy it!

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1970

4:00pmSaturdays

4:00pmSaturdays

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1971

5:00pmSaturdays

5:00pmSaturdays

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1972

5:00pmSaturdays

5:00pmSaturdays

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1973

7:00pmSaturdays

7:00pmSaturdays

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70s Hit Mix

8:00pmSaturdays

8:00pmSaturdays

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Classic Rock

10:00pmSaturdays

10:00pmSaturdays

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70s Hit Mix

6:00pmFridays

6:00pmFridays

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Party at Fred’s

8:00pmFridays

8:00pmFridays

Back in the late 70s, I had the honor of meeting and living with a great group of guys at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. We went from the dorms to a big, old house. To make it more convenient for people to know where we lived, the house was named Fred's. So, if there were a party, all you needed to say was there was a "Party at Fred's". This is music from those parties, as contributed by many of the members of Fred's house. Hope you enjoy it!

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Classic Rock

10:00pmFridays

10:00pmFridays

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70s Hit Mix

6:00amSundays

6:00amSundays

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60s AM

8:00amSundays

8:00amSundays

Although Rock and Roll had been popping up on the radio in the late 50's, the 60s and AM Radio were the impetus behind a seismic shift in rock radio. With the British Invasion and an explosion of bands throughout the U.S., the pop stars and teen idols of the early 60s were being pushed off the charts by the Brits, Beach music, and Soul & R&B. Eventually the 60s would become a smorgasbord of styles from garage bands, folk rock, psychedelia, progressive, blues rock and roots rock. From small hometown stations to the mega-watt stations in the U.S. and Canada, rock took over the radio. In the mid 60s to the early 70s, AM radio was king. Towards the end of the decade, a newcomer in town started to grasp control. FM radio was becoming a major factor and would eventually end AM radios reign.

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Soul and R&B

10:00amSundays

10:00amSundays

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British Invasion

11:00amSundays

11:00amSundays

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70s Hit Mix

12:00pmSundays

12:00pmSundays

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Classic Rock

2:00pmSundays

2:00pmSundays

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60s AM

4:00pmSundays

4:00pmSundays

Although Rock and Roll had been popping up on the radio in the late 50's, the 60s and AM Radio were the impetus behind a seismic shift in rock radio. With the British Invasion and an explosion of bands throughout the U.S., the pop stars and teen idols of the early 60s were being pushed off the charts by the Brits, Beach music, and Soul & R&B. Eventually the 60s would become a smorgasbord of styles from garage bands, folk rock, psychedelia, progressive, blues rock and roots rock. From small hometown stations to the mega-watt stations in the U.S. and Canada, rock took over the radio. In the mid 60s to the early 70s, AM radio was king. Towards the end of the decade, a newcomer in town started to grasp control. FM radio was becoming a major factor and would eventually end AM radios reign.

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Soul and R&B

5:00pmSundays

5:00pmSundays

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70s AM

6:00pmSundays

6:00pmSundays

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Classic Rock

8:00pmSundays

8:00pmSundays

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60s FM

10:00pmSundays

10:00pmSundays

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70s FM

11:00pmSundays

11:00pmSundays

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