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Sounds of The 70s with Gary Jackson 6 July 23
Jul 6 2023
Sounds of The 70s with Gary Jackson 6 July 23
ROX Radio PresentsSOUNDS OF THE 70SWith Gary JacksonFrom Punk to disco, prog rock to reggae, the 70s had it all, and every genre is covered in this show. Sounds Of The 70s is a well worn format in a one hour show, and when you include events ‘on this day’, the ‘sloppy bit in the middle’, the ‘Book Of Days’ and the closing ‘chart entry’ feature plus one or two requests, it’s a packed hour!Like many radio presenters, I started as a mobile DJ. In 1976!! From there I went on to hospital radio, and when the FM frequency beckoned I jumped at the chance to join Skyline Gold in Southampton.Gary Comments" It soon became apparent that other stations were sometimes short of presenters, and the norm in those days was to play automated music. In 2011 I offered a show to Forest FM – Sounds Of The 70s – which I still present there to date, and I soon realised that here was a gap that needed filling elsewhere.Other stations followed including the legendary 1260KYA in San Francisco, Castledown Radio in Wiltshire, and the Bigl, today’s equivalent of 60s pirate station Radio London. (I have been broadcasting live on the BigL from my south coast studio six days a week since 2013).Soon stations all over the world started airing the shows. Some have used the shows for a while then replaced them with live presenters when available, others have given them their own permanent slots.Many people have asked who was my favourite interviewee, and the answer has to be Stu Cook of Creedence Clearwater Revival. Not only did Stu give me around twenty minutes, he was happy to talk about the days when things weren’t good, and after all, Creedence was my all time favourite band in the 70s.For the 60s, it has to be The Searchers who are friends, and I have published their official website since 1997. As I have often said “On the rare occasions when things were hard going I went to see The Searchers. Their sheer hard work and professionalism put me to shame and gave me the kick up the backside I needed”. My shows often feature guests, and interviews have included chats with Frank Allen of The Searchers – always a delight, Mike Rutherford (Genesis), Paul Carrack (Mike and The Mechanics, Squeeze), Justin Hayward, Alan Clark (Dire Straits), Tom McGuiness of Manfred Mann, Deborah Bonham, Simon Townsend, Stu Cook (Creedence) Dave Clark (Dave Clark Five) and just about every other 60s band still working!Not only that but household names like Jenny Eclair and Toyah Willcox have also joined me!My live radio work has taken me to California, and my shows now air from Tenerife to Tasmania!Very much a fan of personality radio, I try to remember that the listener comes first, I try to give my shows a live feel and keep listeners interested with features like the “A side B side”, “same difference” and the “slipped disc” song."New edition every Thursday at 11pmStream 24/7 365 from our websitewww.roxnetwork.co.ukOr from Spreaker:https://www.spreaker.com/show/rox-radioOr find us on most music/audio streamerssearch for ROX Radio or ROX Network#60s,#70s,#80s,#sixties, #eighties,#seventies,#music,#goldenoldies,#rock,#pop#rox,#roxradio,#roxnetwork#heavy,#heavymetal,#thrash,#indie,#grunge,#punk,#numetal,#AORhttps://www.garyjacksonradio.com/theshows/sounds-of-the-seventies/
ROX Skool 6 July Fake musician news
Jul 6 2023
ROX Skool 6 July Fake musician news
ROX Radio PresentsROX SKOOLROX Radio brings you a great interview, documentary, concert or feature from rock's past,present or future trends in rock and metal. This week: Musician Fake NewsHere's some fun for the week. Often musicians will create a false story and the press will run with it. About a month ago, Diddy suggested he was paying Sting thousands of dollars per day for the use of a song. Everyone reported it. It was not true. Fake News. We have a whole list of other fake music news.Brought to you by ROX Network. New edition every Thursday at 7pmStream 24/7 365 from our websitewww.roxnetwork.co.ukOr from Spreaker:https://www.spreaker.com/show/rox-radioOr find us on most music/audio streamerssearch for ROX Radio or ROX NetworkMany of our shows on ROX Skool are courtesy of Rock School.Joe and Tammy BurnsAs of August 2015, my wife Tammy joins me as the full time Rock School co-host. That makes four co-hosts now. Name them? OK. Chad P. Best West. Monique Gregoire. And now Tammy. It's like she's the lead singer for Van Halen.It's only fitting. We met at a radio station in Florence Alabama - WQLT, 107FM. It was a 100,000 watt flame-thrower stuck way up in the corner of the state. I was the afternoon jock and she was the copywriter. That meant she wrote the commercials. We dated even though we had both signed a document at the station saying we wouldn't.I knew she really liked me when I got a job programming an AM/FM in Utica, New York and she left with me. We married less than a year later.She been with me through seven radio stations, six states, a masters degree and a Ph.D. and two children we adopted from Guatemala. We've been married pushing 27 years so it look slike it's going to stick I guess.Her? Oh, well, she's from Hackleburg, Alabama, has two undergraduate degrees which she paid for through work and student loans, a respiratory degree and a respiratory registry. She's worked at level one hospital trauma wards in three major cities and has stories that would make your toes curl.She currently sells drugs - she's a pharmaceutical rep.And she hosts a radio show. Did I mention that?Website: https://www2.southeastern.edu/kslu/rock_schoolWe also play content courtesy of PRXhttps://exchange.prx.org/#60s,#70s,#80s,#sixties, #eighties,#seventies,#music,#goldenoldies,#rock,#pop#rox,#roxradio,#roxnetwork#roxie #roxy #eddie#heavy,#heavymetal,#thrash,#indie,#grunge,#punk,#numetal,#AOR
Dr Ducks Guitar Prescription 6 July 23
Jul 5 2023
Dr Ducks Guitar Prescription 6 July 23
ROX Radio PresentsDR DUCK'S GUITAR PRESCRIPTIONWith John DuckDr.Ducks Guitar Prescription Radio Show is a series of one hour celebrations of guitar players and guitar music in general - we play the most incredibly awesome guitar music in the world coming to you one right after another - with commentary, quotes, historical perspective and trivia on the evolution of guitar playing - tying it all togetherComing to you straight from out here in the desert of Las Vegas Nevada USA. - the entertainment and party capitol of the world !!New edition every Wednesday at 10pmStream 24/7 365 from our websitewww.roxnetwork.co.ukOr from Spreaker:https://www.spreaker.com/show/rox-radioOr find us on most music/audio streamerssearch for ROX Radio or ROX Network~Dr.Ducks Guitar Prescription Dose #5 Score~(58 minutes)1)- 2:14 >>>BABY WON'T YOU LET ME ROCK & ROLL YOU 2)- 3:00 >>>Someday After a While (You'll Be Sorry)3)- 3:40 >>>LUXURY LINER4)- 2:52>>>ROBINSON COUNTY/PEACOCK RAG5)- 3:46 >>>>285 6)- 2:31 >>>>TICO TICO 7)- 1:57>>>> CHINATOWN, MY CHINATOWN8)- 2:23>>>>I FEEL FINE9)- 2:34>>>>I'LL FEEL A WHOLE LOT BETTER 10)- 3:42>>>>THE LAST TIME11)- 2:28>>>>GUYS GO TO GO12)- 4:03 >>>SEXY TINA 13)- 4:13>>>>KILLING FLOOR14)- 3:42>>>A TRAIN OF ANGELS15)- 2:52>>>TOO TIRED16)- 5:21 >>>HONKY TONK Part I & II #60s,#70s,#80s,#sixties, #eighties,#seventies,#music,#goldenoldies,#rock,#pop#rox,#roxradio,#roxnetwork#heavy,#heavymetal,#thrash,#indie,#grunge,#punk,#numetal,#AOR
The Alternative Hour with Jarrod Hayson 3 July 23
Jul 3 2023
The Alternative Hour with Jarrod Hayson 3 July 23
ROX Radio PresentsTHE ALTERNATIVE HOURWith DJ Jarrod HaysonThe Alternative Hour! Your one stop shop for the best, the worst, and the hidden gems of the past 30 years of Alternative Music. The Alternative Hour is a FREE weekly radio show with a focus on presenting music from all over the Alternative Music spectrum, from established artists such as Green Day and All Time Low, all the way to independant artists such as Ollie Hayes and Waxflower.Hosted by Jarrod Hayson, each episode is also packed with friendly and knowledgeable banter to keep the show flowing from song to song.Alongside featuring some of the best alternative music, each episode also contains two segments:Release Radar: Keeping the listeners up to date with all the latest and greatest Alternative Music, from both new and established artists.Artist Spotlight of the Week: 3 Songs played back-to-back from a single Artist. Highlighting a new, up and coming artist; an album that is celebrating an anniversary; or playing some deep cuts that don’t get a lot of love or attention.At the beginning of each month, we also do a full album playthrough, focusing on albums that are celebrating an anniversary. We also do Artist Interviews, and have previously done interviews with artists and musicians such as Atom Willard (former drummer of Angels & Airwaves and Social Distortion), and Ollie Hayes (UK Independant Alt-Pop Artist).Jarrod Hayson is a 25 year old Video Editor/Motion Graphics Designer from Auckland, New Zealand. He has over 4 years radio experience, having worked as an Intern at the Edge Radio Station in 2015, and had a 3 week stint on Chichester Hospital Radio whilst on holiday in the UK in 2017. He has been producing The Alternative Hour since November 2020 after seeing an ad on Seek Volunteers for show producers. He continues to produce the show in his spare time, and since beginning the show has never missed a week. Outside of the show, Jarrod spends his time writing his own music for his band, and working on both his Video Game and Vinyl Record collection.New edition every Monday at 8pmStream 24/7 365 from our websitewww.roxnetwork.co.ukOr from Spreaker:https://www.spreaker.com/show/rox-radioOr find us on most music/audio streamerssearch for ROX Radio or ROX Network#60s,#70s,#80s,#sixties, #eighties,#seventies,#music,#goldenoldies,#rock,#pop#rox,#roxradio,#roxnetwork#heavy,#heavymetal,#thrash,#indie,#grunge,#punk,#numetal,#AOR
That 70s Sound with Dave Edwards 3 July 23
Jul 3 2023
That 70s Sound with Dave Edwards 3 July 23
ROX Radio PresentsTHAT 7OS SOUNDWith DJ Dave EdwardsGreat music and great memories from the 1970s The show explores the popular, and highly influential music, of the 1970’s.The shows, are sometimes based upon a particular theme,such as ‘Travel’ or ‘Food & Drink’.The show always covers a wide range of Pop Music genresfrom the 1970’s.The shows also includes several ‘Music Based Features’.These include, amongst others, the following –TV Times – a much loved TV theme from the 70’s.Music Chain Quiz – Five questions about the music of the 70’s.The 12 Inch Disco Remix – A Disco favourite fully extended.Dave Edwards has been associated with the world of Radio Broadcasting for over 40 years, having started as many do, in Hospital Radio. He was one of the driving forces behind the formation of The Loughborogh Hospital’s Broadcasting Service (LHBS) back in 1975.In fact Dave was the Station Manager for several years.He was also associated with Leicester’s Radio Fox in the early 1990’s. He produced and presented the Sunday Breakfast Show.Dave has, over the years, worked for both Commercial and Publicly funded radio stations both here in the UK, as well world-wide.He started as a Studio Assistant at BBC Radio Leicester in 1976.He was used as a Commercial ‘Voice Over’ talent by both Radio Trent in Nottingham and Mercia Sound in Coventry in the nineteen eighties.Dave’s voice has worked for Radio Stations in the USA, Canada and Indonesia.Dave has spent the past few years providing ‘Voice Overs’ for several USA based Radio Stations, producing them in the studio that he has set up at his home.Having lived through and experienced the Seventies, he has a genuine love for the popular music of that decade.This is fully reflected in ‘That Seventies Sound’ which he produces and presents each and every week.The show is heard on many quality Radio Station’s around the globe.New edition every Monday at 7pmStream 24/7 365 from our websitewww.roxnetwork.co.ukOr from Spreaker:https://www.spreaker.com/show/rox-radioOr find us on most music/audio streamerssearch for ROX Radio or ROX Network#60s,#70s,#80s,#sixties, #eighties,#seventies,#music,#goldenoldies,#rock,#pop#rox,#roxradio,#roxnetwork
Andy Fox Classic Rock Show 2 July 23
Jul 2 2023
Andy Fox Classic Rock Show 2 July 23
ROX Radio PresentsTHE ANDY FOX CLASSIC ROCK SHOWAndy Fox’s Rock Show is a classic rockshow playing ‘Classic to Modern Rock, Progressive to Metal and all things in between, regular featured album, guest interviews, and rock history and rock news.Andy Fox is one the most experienced and respected members of the GTFM team, having been involved in radio since the early eighties. He cut his broadcasting teeth under the guidance of the legendary Johnnie Walker and worked with the likes of Bob Harris, Dave Cash and even sports reporter Jonathan Pearce!His encyclopaedic knowledge of music and ‘rock’ in particular, ideally suits the GTFM Rockshow style and he has interviewed all the ‘rock greats including Ozzy, Lemmy, Robert Plant, Ian Gillan, Ritchie Blackmore, Status Quo, Alice Cooper and even newer bands like The Darkness, The Answer and Roadstar.Andy has worked on several different radio stations in the South West and Wales area and also throughout the nineties was Ents. manager at the Bristol Bierkeller booking acts like Marillion, Extreme, Magnum, Thunder, Soundgarden, Manic Street Preachers, Faith No More and the only local gigs for both Nirvana and the Stone Roses.He brings his wealth of knowledge and experience to the Album Chart Show (Saturdays 12-2pm) and the GTFM Rockshow (Thursday 9-Midnight) playing ‘Classic to Modern Rock, Prog to Metal and all things in between’. (This programme is also now broadcast by BCfm 93.2 in Bristol, for more details and their ‘listen again’ facility allowing you to hear recent shows, see www.bcfm.org.uk)The rockshow regularly features guest interviews, featured album, rock history, rock news from the web and the weekly competition for current CD’s, DVD’s, tickets etc.New edition every Sunday at 8pmStream 24/7 365 from our websitewww.roxnetwork.co.ukOr from Spreaker:https://www.spreaker.com/show/rox-radioOr find us on most music/audio streamerssearch for ROX Radio or ROX Network#60s,#70s,#80s,#sixties, #eighties,#seventies,#music,#goldenoldies,#rock,#pop#rox,#roxradio,#roxnetwork#heavy,#heavymetal,#thrash,#indie,#grunge,#punk,#numetal,#AOR
Staffords World Classic rock  1 July 23
Jul 1 2023
Staffords World Classic rock 1 July 23
ROX Radio PresentsStafford's WorldWith With Mark StaffordStafford's World launched at the end of May 2006 and is now over 12 years old. After nearly 10 years of broadcasting shows across Europe on satellite, firstly via EKR and then from Radio Caroline, I just thought it might be a good idea to try to get the show heard in a few other parts of the world. For those that have never heard the show, here's a bit of general background information. Let's start with the answers to some questions. What is “Stafford's World”? “Stafford's World” is a syndicated radio programme which launched at the end of May 2006. The show currently broadcasts via local transmitters in the USA, Germany, New Zealand,Spain, the UK, France and Italy, along with worldwide internet coverage. The show is presented by Mark Stafford and is an extension of his very popular specialist shows which have been broadcast (via Satellite) throughout Europe since 1997, firstly on European Klassik Rock then, from 1999 to the present day on Radio Caroline.Musically the show covers the the area of oldies plus adult rock and quality pop/rock. Weekly shows alternate between the general “Flashback” type shows and “The Rock Flashback”. Both feature music from the early 60’s to the early 80’s. But, the “Flashbacks” lean towards a mix of Pop, Rock & Soul. Whereas, the “Rock Flashbacks” are a Rock/Pop blend.Features in the “Flashback” shows include “Ah..But They Did It First” which focuses on the original versions of hit songs. “I Know I Shouldn’t But I Love It” which is a chance to break all the boundaries and play some of those awful songs that have stuck in your mind over the decades! Plus, “The Song Stories” looking at the story behind some of those great hit songs.The “Flashback Shows” alternate with the “The Rock Flashback” ones. These shows concentrate on a particular year from 1964 to 1983 and in particular focus on a particular month by looking at The Top 10 Rock Singles in America, The Top 10 Rock Albums in Britain and the Top 10 Rock Singles in Britain. Along with news and nostalgia clips from the month in question.New edition every Saturday at 7pmStream 24/7 365 from our websitewww.roxnetwork.co.ukOr from Spreaker:https://www.spreaker.com/show/rox-radioOr find us on most music/audio streamerssearch for ROX Radio or ROX Network#60s,#70s,#80s,#sixties, #eighties,#seventies,#music,#goldenoldies,#rock,#pop#rox,#roxradio,#roxnetwork#heavy,#heavymetal,#thrash,#indie,#grunge,#punk,#numetal,#AOR
Sounds of the 70s with Gary Jackson 29 June 23
Jun 29 2023
Sounds of the 70s with Gary Jackson 29 June 23
ROX Radio PresentsSOUNDS OF THE 70SWith Gary JacksonFrom Punk to disco, prog rock to reggae, the 70s had it all, and every genre is covered in this show. Sounds Of The 70s is a well worn format in a one hour show, and when you include events ‘on this day’, the ‘sloppy bit in the middle’, the ‘Book Of Days’ and the closing ‘chart entry’ feature plus one or two requests, it’s a packed hour!Like many radio presenters, I started as a mobile DJ. In 1976!! From there I went on to hospital radio, and when the FM frequency beckoned I jumped at the chance to join Skyline Gold in Southampton.Gary Comments" It soon became apparent that other stations were sometimes short of presenters, and the norm in those days was to play automated music. In 2011 I offered a show to Forest FM – Sounds Of The 70s – which I still present there to date, and I soon realised that here was a gap that needed filling elsewhere.Other stations followed including the legendary 1260KYA in San Francisco, Castledown Radio in Wiltshire, and the Bigl, today’s equivalent of 60s pirate station Radio London. (I have been broadcasting live on the BigL from my south coast studio six days a week since 2013).Soon stations all over the world started airing the shows. Some have used the shows for a while then replaced them with live presenters when available, others have given them their own permanent slots.Many people have asked who was my favourite interviewee, and the answer has to be Stu Cook of Creedence Clearwater Revival. Not only did Stu give me around twenty minutes, he was happy to talk about the days when things weren’t good, and after all, Creedence was my all time favourite band in the 70s.For the 60s, it has to be The Searchers who are friends, and I have published their official website since 1997. As I have often said “On the rare occasions when things were hard going I went to see The Searchers. Their sheer hard work and professionalism put me to shame and gave me the kick up the backside I needed”. My shows often feature guests, and interviews have included chats with Frank Allen of The Searchers – always a delight, Mike Rutherford (Genesis), Paul Carrack (Mike and The Mechanics, Squeeze), Justin Hayward, Alan Clark (Dire Straits), Tom McGuiness of Manfred Mann, Deborah Bonham, Simon Townsend, Stu Cook (Creedence) Dave Clark (Dave Clark Five) and just about every other 60s band still working!Not only that but household names like Jenny Eclair and Toyah Willcox have also joined me!My live radio work has taken me to California, and my shows now air from Tenerife to Tasmania!Very much a fan of personality radio, I try to remember that the listener comes first, I try to give my shows a live feel and keep listeners interested with features like the “A side B side”, “same difference” and the “slipped disc” song."New edition every Thursday at 11pmStream 24/7 365 from our websitewww.roxnetwork.co.ukOr from Spreaker:https://www.spreaker.com/show/rox-radioOr find us on most music/audio streamerssearch for ROX Radio or ROX Network#60s,#70s,#80s,#sixties, #eighties,#seventies,#music,#goldenoldies,#rock,#pop#rox,#roxradio,#roxnetwork#heavy,#heavymetal,#thrash,#indie,#grunge,#punk,#numetal,#AORhttps://www.garyjacksonradio.com/theshows/sounds-of-the-seventies/
ROX Skool Interview with Scott Shea
Jun 29 2023
ROX Skool Interview with Scott Shea
ROX Radio PresentsROX SKOOLROX Radio brings you a great interview, documentary, concert or feature from rock's past,present or future trends in rock and metal. Brought to you by ROX Network. New edition every Thursday at 7pmThis week is another new episode of Rock School!An interview with author Scott G. Shea who has writtenmany books including his latest "All the Leaves Are Brown: How the Mamas & the Papas Came Together and Broke Apart"Stream 24/7 365 from our websitewww.roxnetwork.co.ukOr from Spreaker:https://www.spreaker.com/show/rox-radioOr find us on most music/audio streamerssearch for ROX Radio or ROX NetworkMany of our shows on ROX Skool are courtesy of Rock School.Joe and Tammy BurnsAs of August 2015, my wife Tammy joins me as the full time Rock School co-host. That makes four co-hosts now. Name them? OK. Chad P. Best West. Monique Gregoire. And now Tammy. It's like she's the lead singer for Van Halen.It's only fitting. We met at a radio station in Florence Alabama - WQLT, 107FM. It was a 100,000 watt flame-thrower stuck way up in the corner of the state. I was the afternoon jock and she was the copywriter. That meant she wrote the commercials. We dated even though we had both signed a document at the station saying we wouldn't.I knew she really liked me when I got a job programming an AM/FM in Utica, New York and she left with me. We married less than a year later.She been with me through seven radio stations, six states, a masters degree and a Ph.D. and two children we adopted from Guatemala. We've been married pushing 27 years so it look slike it's going to stick I guess.Her? Oh, well, she's from Hackleburg, Alabama, has two undergraduate degrees which she paid for through work and student loans, a respiratory degree and a respiratory registry. She's worked at level one hospital trauma wards in three major cities and has stories that would make your toes curl.She currently sells drugs - she's a pharmaceutical rep.And she hosts a radio show. Did I mention that?Website: https://www2.southeastern.edu/kslu/rock_schoolWe also play content courtesy of PRXhttps://exchange.prx.org/#60s,#70s,#80s,#sixties, #eighties,#seventies,#music,#goldenoldies,#rock,#pop#rox,#roxradio,#roxnetwork#roxie #roxy #eddie#heavy,#heavymetal,#thrash,#indie,#grunge,#punk,#numetal,#AOR