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Jonesville Station
Includes interviews and live performances by rock legends.

July 18, 2005: Eric Carmen and Jim Bonfanti of The Raspberries. Also Rick Derringer. | Listen

April 18, 2005: Johnnie Johnson (pianist for Chuck Berry) (re-broadcast from June of 2003) | Listen

March 28, 2005: Billy J. Kramer joins Jonesey for a conversation regarding his life and times. | Listen

February 21, 2005: Singer and songwriter, Jimmy Webb | Listen

January 3, 2005: Donovan live (from August 16, 2004) | Listen

September 27, 2004: Neil Innes of the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band and The Rutles | Listen

December 8, 2003: Record Producer Jack Douglas discusses John Lennon | Listen


Greasy Kid Stuff
    This show has some great novelty songs and fun songs for kids.


Fool's Paradise
This show features funky old songs from the 50's and 60's.


Aircheck
This show features tapes of DJ's and unusual shows from the past.

June 23, 2005: 1960's Soft Drink Jingle Jungle. Some highlights from amazing stream-of-consciousness collection of nonstop soda spew, from the likes of the Troggs, Nancy Sinatra, Tom Jones, the Box Tops plus plenty of random jingles creating a mind-numbing blur. | Listen

August 21, 2003: Huey Meaux. Best known as a record producer, Huey "The Crazy Cajun" Meaux lit-up late night radio. Broadcasting out of Pacifica's KPFT in Houston back in the 70s, Meaux mixed in raunchy rock and roll with drunken call-ins and prison dedications. | Listen

June 12, 2002: Spotlight on Huey Meaux. Also: Jean Shepard's The Roscoe & the Diner (2/26/65 airdate) | Listen

Beatles Hysteria and Jean Shepherd. From July 3, 2002. Listen to the whole show.

John Lennon takes over KHJ, 1974, plus Jean Shepherd's. From June 26, 2002. Listen to the whole show.

Lost WABC tapes! In the 80's, Chris T. pulled several unmarked reels of quarter-inch tape out of the garbage, board recordings of WABC's 1967 Go-Go-era content, including jingles, news, Stan Freberg, local battle-of-the-bands & more. From September 11, 2003. Listen to the whole show.

NOTE:  In the 2006 season, AIRCHECK may air another Crazy Cajun Show,
which was taped off the air in 1974 by Bill Thompson.



Three Chord Monte

Interview with Beatles author Larry Kane (2-3-04)
 

George Harrison Tribute (12-6-01)



Teenage Wasteland
Obscure rock songs.

Sinner's Crossroads
Gospel music.


Music to Spazz By
Rock, soul and funk.

"The Surfsiders Sing the Beach Boys Songbook"


Thomas Edison's Attic
Historic recordings dating from 1888 through 1929.


Beware The Blog


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