You'll hear music that you haven't heard in 50 years, things you forgot, but you loved when you were growing up and artists from the 60's you never listened to! Streaming 60's Psychedelic Internet Radio including Garage Bands. Psych Folk, Jazz and Surf music. If you like the famous bands or singers like : Jefferson Airplane, The Doors, The Velvet Underground, Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Ten Years After, Donovan, The Yardbirds, The Youngbloods...And other bands or singers like : The Seeds, Iron Butterfly, Moby Grape, The Leaves, The Human Beinz, The Zombies, The Easybeats, Spirit, The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, Tomorrow, The Nice, The Fallen Angels, The Moving Sidewalks-You'll LOVE our station! We also support new artists!
New bands with a 60’s vibe, get us a track (mp3) for airplay!
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Stevie Wonder isn’t just a legendary musician, he’s also been the owner of urban AC “Radio Free 102.3” KJLH, Los Angeles for the past four decades. And that’s given him a unique perspective on the issue of music copyrights and royalties. Wonder, like all other broadcasters, has faced increased expenses this year as Global Music Rights joined fellow performance rights organizations ASCAP, BMI and SESAC in requiring stations sign a licensing agreement.
“What is happening to independent station owners is that we are facing higher costs to play the music our audience wants to hear, but with no decent explanation of the how and why these higher costs are justified,” Wonder writes in an op-ed in Billboard magazine. “We have societies that lose significant artists to other societies but make no adjustment in the fees they charge to stations for their remaining roster. It almost feels like we are paying for the same thing twice.”
Wonder says GMR and SESAC—the two for-profit entities not governed by the...http://bit.ly/2lJ8lHL read more here
Monterey Pop lives. A 50th anniversary revival of the seminal peace-and-love gathering has unveiled its lineup, with Phil Lesh, Eric Burdon and Booker T. topping the bill.The event will run June 16-18 at the Monterey County Fairgrounds, site of the original festival that brought stardom to Jimi Hendrix, the Who and Janis Joplin.
Lou Adler, co-producer of the 1967 festival, said, “The Monterey International Pop Festival cannot be duplicated but can be celebrated and will be, by the performers and the attendees at the 50th anniversary festival.” The giant Woodstock festival that followed Monterey gave rise to several sequels, one disastrous, but there never has been an attempt to mount a followup to the seminal Northern California pop festival — until now. read more:
We the undersigned oppose the decision of The Copyright Royalty Board to not include a provision such as the Small Webcaster's Settlement Act of 2002 which allows for small webcasters to have the ability to pay affordable royalty rate fee's.
The rates set are totally unfair to those who do not have the revenue such as the larger broadcasters like Pandora and iHeart.
We the undersigned ask that a provision be included in this decision so that thousands of small webcasters and their listeners and services they do business with may continue to enjoy the music and environment they have created and not be crippled by the Fair Play , Fair Pay bill , as it is not fair at all!