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Program Directory


  • Juke In The Back

    Matt The Cat presents the soul that came before rock n’ roll: 1950s rhythm and blues. Each week, this under­rat­ed and rol­lick­ing music plays on that old Rock­o­la Juke­box in the back.

    If you want­ed to hear rhythm & blues dur­ing the 1950s, you couldn’t get it from the juke box in the front. No, no! In order to hear that glo­ri­ous, down and dirty R&B, you had to go to the low-lit, spit-shined Juke In The Back.” These songs are the build­ing blocks of rock n’ roll. These are the records that inspired Elvis and sin­gle-hand­ed­ly led to the rock n’ roll explo­sion of the mid-1950s.

  • Night Train Cocktail Lounge

    The lounge rides into the past, fea­tur­ing music and lost sounds from the 1860s to the 1970s. The show fol­lows the rails amid a mix of direc­tions, includ­ing surf, sound­tracks, garage, pro­to-punk, pop, No Wave, jazz, com­posed, blues, com­e­dy, cylin­der and 78 record­ings, rock n roll, old coun­try, field record­ings from around the world and what­ev­er is scratched onto warped vinyl hid­den in the the bot­tom of those box­es tucked away in your grand­moth­er’s attic.

  • Ripped Hat Blues Show

    Bring­ing you the blues.

  • Sixties Expressions

    Six­ties Expres­sions will bring you all the music the 1960s had to offer! Hav­ing no genre or lan­guage bounds such artists played could include The Rolling Stones to Fran­coise Hardy and Frank Sina­tra and even The Oscar Peter­son Trio. Some shows will have spe­cif­ic themes such as dif­fer­ent pop cul­ture move­ments like the British Inva­sion or polit­i­cal­ly inspired anti-war music. 

  • Swing Radio

    Big bands, blues, swing and jazz; music from yesteryear.

  • That Driving Beat!

    That Dri­ving Beat is an all-vinyl radio dance par­ty spin­ning 1960s soul, rhythm & blues, garage rock, pop, and oth­er movers and shak­ers from the 1960s! These tunes come from Detroit to Mem­phis, Mus­cle Shoals to Lon­don, New York to New Orleans, and any­where else upbeat dance tunes and juke joint anthems were get­ting laid down and pressed on wax. You can call some of it North­ern Soul, most of it Mod, but it’s all got That Dri­ving Beat!