We’re back, and we’ve got something special for you. Actually, we’ve got a bunch of something specials for your ears. We’re practically bursting with all you need to know about this week’s nighttime broadcasts. Plus, and this is a big plus, we’ve got a new show debuting next week that is like nothing we’ve ever broadcast before. Details coming this Wednesday.
Meanwhile, let’s get down to specialty show business. Jammin’ James Riley’s Catching a Wave, Brian Bringelson’s Needle Meets Vinyl, and the weekly Beatles roundtable, Things We Said Today, are all new this week. Get ready for some must-listen-to programming right here on your number one, 24-hour Internet radio station playing the greatest melodic pop music from the ’60s to today.
First up, tonight at 8 pm ET, is an all-new episode of Jammin’ James Riley’s Catching a Wave. Jammin’ James spins an hour’s worth of summery tunes from such diverse artists as King Curtis and the Noble Men, the Fantastic Baggys, the Surfaris, Bruce Johnston, and Los Straitjackets. Wax up your surfboard, get the barbeque going, and tune in for a fun time under the virtual sun.
Wednesday night at 8 pm ET, Anchor and Bear’s Brian Bringelson switches on the Vinyl Only sign to bring you the latest entry in his Needle Meets Vinyl series. Gather round your Internet radio receptacle for a triple-play of Monkees sides and classic numbers from the Beatles, the Both, Bob Dylan, ELO, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, the Rolling Stones, and a whole lot more.
Ken Michaels, Steve Marinucci, Al Sussman, and Allan Kozinn gather round the microphones on Thursday night at 8 pm ET for a timely edition of Things We Said Today. The Beatles’ Eight Days a Week film, now showing in limited release in specialty theaters and spooling daily on Hulu, is the number one topic of conversation for Fab Four fans. Our esteemed panel covers the plusses and minuses of Ron Howard’s look at the Beatles’ touring years in a show you won’t want to miss.
It’s another week’s worth of top-flight specialty shows, right here on Pure Pop Radio. And don’t miss news of a brand new show coming to our airwaves next week; we’ll have all the details for you this Wednesday.
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