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Saturday 4/2/16 3:00pm et Saturday 4/9/16 10:30am et Deena Shoshkes & Rebecca Turner host The Saturday Afternoon Song Swap A monthly gathering of NYC area songwriters in Millburn, NJ. Aired at various times on Cygnus Radio (and assorted others)… More episodes to air, as we get them – stay tuned!
CygnusRadio.com and Cafe` 9 present: The Sunday Buzz – a series of rock ‘n roll matinee shows at Cafe` 9. 3-6pm every Sunday – come share a buzz with us. March Schedule: Sun. Mar. 6th – Sarah Borges Band w/Eric Ambel Sun. Mar. 13th – Parade Day Party w/The Jovial Crew Sun. Mar. 20th –
Wingnut’s Psychedelic Bubblegum Shop Saturdays 11:00am et Re-Broadcast Tuesdays 8:00pm et Host: Ronald Webb I’m bringing you that sticky sweet, guitar fuzz from all those years ago. Step inside to hear the retro classics, the one hit wonders, the b-sides, LP cuts, garage, glam, funk, rocked up along with some Saturday morning TV themes dashed with
Thursdays 7:00pm et Re-Broadcast Fridays 9:00pm et w/ Chip McCabe Lover of Heavy Metal and his children (not necessarily in that order). Chip’s been a metalhead for over 30 years, and a parent for over 20. He has stories to share about both and then some. One part parenting, one part music, welcome to The
http://cygnusradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/This-Years-Model-1956.mp3From here, and for the rest of the 50s, there are plenty of all-time classics each week. This year, we had “I Walk the Line,” “Heartbreak Hotel,” “Twenty Flight Rock,” “Roll Over Beethoven,” and “Let The Good Times Roll” to name a few, and that’s ignoring the debut of Buddy Holly, a version of “Fever”
The Saturday Album Sat: 11:00am & 11:00pm Starting April 4, 2015 Each week The Saturday Album will feature one album played in its entirety without interruption. Cygnus Radio knows that the album is really the highest art form of popular musical expression. However, the album seems to have been reduced to a footnote in this
http://cygnusradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/This-Years-Model-1955.mp3 So much much for 1955. Obviously, I’m biased, but I’ve been really delighted at the series so far, and how much great music I’ve been able to squeeze in. This is one of those weeks where I’ll listen to this as a playlist throughout the year. When Dave Brubeck and the Everly Brothers are
http://cygnusradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/This-Years-Model-1954-20150211.mp3 Harry Belafonte unlocks the spiritual lurking in the folk tune “John Henry” and Thelonious Monk unlocks something great in “Just A Gigolo.” A couple more timeless doo-wop records and 1954 takes shape as a fascinating, eclectic year. With Bill Haley’s “Rock Around the Clock,” we’re fast running out of reasons to call this the
http://cygnusradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/This-Years-Model-1953.mp3 After a week’s delay for computer issues, 1953 did not disappoint. There were a ton of great tunes from relatively obscure stuff to all time classics like “Sh-Boom,” “Mess Around” and “Your Cheatin’ Heart.” Once again, we have a ton of bonus material in the archive that didn’t make the proper set. A sign
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