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What’s your fav radio station and where is it from?

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  1. henderman

    henderman Most Honored Senior Member Strat-Talk Supporter

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    vintage 1983 !

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    Grateful Dead station and BB King’s Bluesville.
    And the news stations.
     
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    rockon1 Strat-Talker

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    What is this thing you call "radio"?
     
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    Here in the Villages in FL WVLG 102.7 plays tunes I haven’t heard or even thought in in years. Driving home from Thanksgiving at my mothers they played Wings Magneto & Titanium Man then the Everly Brother’s Version of Love Hurts...Great station...I’ve heard them play a tune from Hank Williams then they’ll play something from Madonna or Donny Osmond, Isley Brothers, Kingston Trio, Blue Oyster Cult, Patsy Cline, Donovan, Andy Williams....
     
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    On my car radio it's 1600 AM "El Voz de Argentina en Boston." It usually kicks in around 10 AM on a Saturday and starts with Carlos Gardel "Mi Buenos Aires Querido."
     
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    ^^^^I'll agree with this.

    It's been a long time since I've lived in the Chicago area but it was (and I assume it still is) the best radio station in the Chicagoland area. Pretty diverse programming. They would also simulcast live shows from local venues (i.e. Cabaret Metro) which was a treat, I remember recording on cassette tape the Bob Mould Workbook solo show from the Metro.
     
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