Radio Stations


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SHOULD be listening to? Not. Just listen to what you like. But here's what I like:

NPR -- National Public Radio, News, Information, Talk and Politics
XM 102 -- Ngoma Music from Africa
XM 94 Caliente -- Mostly neo-classic salsa and merengue
XM don't remember number -- Frank's place Frank Sinatra plus Soft, smooth jazz standards from the 40's and 50's

Local stations, genre only

smooth jazz
Classic R&B from the 70's to today
Dance/Pop/Club Radio
Popular/Crossover C&W
Contemporary Christian Soft Rock
Oldies -- Mostly American pop from the sixties
Classical music
Classic rock (a la Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, etc.)

Can you tell? I switch stations a lot. :lol: :D


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wvbr -- 93.3 fm -- mostly shows like the swing show on saturdays from 1-3:00p.m., also webcast


Local jazz station...

Been spending a lot of time listening to CDs lately, so the other stations don't come to my mind right now..
I must say that I'm oblivious to current events and new songs. I don't even turn the radio or the TV on to listen to the weather. Except football on sundays.

Don't like the salsa radio stations play, too many comercials, and too many negative vibes from news channels... I rather do with out them. A good book or a good conversation will do for me.
#8's very difficult to give exact stations as we all live in different areas of the world and radio stations will not be the same in each location. Here is a list of the radio stations in my area I usually listen to:

Q90 FM - contemporary Christian (seems to be all I listen to right now)
Mix 95.9 - r&b, hip hop, pop
K107 FM - r&b, hip hop, pop, rock
WIXX 101.1 - r&b, hip hop, pop
The Fox - rock, heavy metal

The best advise I can offer is to just spend some time trying out your local stations until you find something you like. You may want to look through the yellow pages in your area phone book for specific station names, then look them up online to see if they fit your style.

All the best in your search for music!

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