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dxnerd86

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Location: The Great Sydney Desert
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Posted: Jun 19, 2014 - 6:14pm

Apologies for the bump, but this station might satisfy the OP:

http://www.okemosbrewing.com/index.html

A broad variety of classic rock with the odd modern track thrown in. Mainly listener supported and run by an ex 70's rock DJ, but with the odd commercial now and then. 

You could also try KCDX (kcdx.com) if you want completely commercial free, but it has a more automated feel to it. 

 


Steve

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Posted: Feb 25, 2014 - 8:22am

The soundtrack of my formative years.
 

norvell

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Posted: Feb 17, 2014 - 10:10am

jukebox radio is a internet only station that is very similar to rp. I love both the same and split my time listening to each.
kurtster

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Posted: Jan 6, 2014 - 6:34pm

 buzz wrote:

{#Wave} i would listen

 
{#Wave}  Thanks !

I've been exposed to lots of good radio moving around the country over the years.  I'm especially fond of what I got to listen to in Philly during the late 60's on WDAS and WMMR.  One thing for sure, the segue is the all important animal in making any music listenable and appealing over the long run.
buzz

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Location: up the boohai


Posted: Jan 6, 2014 - 6:20pm

 kurtster wrote:

I wouldn't call Pearadio Classic Rock either, but there is enough there to satisfy my ears and keep me between here and there when i'm not listening to my own stuff.

I would love to try and launch a decent CR station with an AOR type format going deeper into albums.  I admit that I would be hard pressed to just limiting the tunage to stuff that is 30 or 40 years old though. 

I've been stuck listening to Cleveland terradio the past couple of weeks during my move cause I haven't finished hooking everything up.  I haven't listened to terradio much since landing here in 2001.  The repetition is amazing.  I really don't know how or why people can listen to the limited material over and over for all these years.  But they do.  I find it even more amazing that you can listen to these stations on the net.  Not that that is anything unique, but when one gets to the net to listen to music, why would anyone limit themselves to listening to their local terradio station is beyond me.

I know that you have been helpful to those wishing to try and launch their own stations over the years.  Perhaps after I get settled in over the next few months I would like to pick your mind on what it takes to do it properly if that would be possible.

 
{#Wave} i would listen
kurtster

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Posted: Jan 6, 2014 - 6:08pm

 BillG wrote:

I'll second that recommendation — though I don't know that I'd apply the "Classic Rock" label. I wish I knew something to recommend that fits that genre classification better — there's definitely room out there for such a thing, but I'm not aware of anyone doing it properly.

 
I wouldn't call Pearadio Classic Rock either, but there is enough there to satisfy my ears and keep me between here and there when i'm not listening to my own stuff.

I would love to try and launch a decent CR station with an AOR type format going deeper into albums.  I admit that I would be hard pressed to just limiting the tunage to stuff that is 30 or 40 years old though. 

I've been stuck listening to Cleveland terradio the past couple of weeks during my move cause I haven't finished hooking everything up.  I haven't listened to terradio much since landing here in 2001.  The repetition is amazing.  I really don't know how or why people can listen to the limited material over and over for all these years.  But they do.  I find it even more amazing that you can listen to these stations on the net.  Not that that is anything unique, but when one gets to the net to listen to music, why would anyone limit themselves to listening to their local terradio station is beyond me.

I know that you have been helpful to those wishing to try and launch their own stations over the years.  Perhaps after I get settled in over the next few months I would like to pick your mind on what it takes to do it properly if that would be possible.


DD gypsyman

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Posted: Jan 6, 2014 - 4:22pm

 kurtster wrote:


Its a pretty good alternative to here.

Very eclectic, sometimes NSF, but lots of giddyup.

 
I checked it out, and apparently my brain is now hardwired to RP, because I couldn't make any sense of it. {#Eh}
haresfur

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Posted: Jan 6, 2014 - 4:18pm

I'd actually like the converse - only recent music for people who like Radio Paradise.  Help me keep up to date but filter out most of the crud. I'm sure there's more out there than makes it to the RP playlist.
BillG

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Posted: Jan 6, 2014 - 4:06pm

 kurtster wrote:


Its a pretty good alternative to here.

Very eclectic, sometimes NSF, but lots of giddyup.

 
I'll second that recommendation — though I don't know that I'd apply the "Classic Rock" label. I wish I knew something to recommend that fits that genre classification better — there's definitely room out there for such a thing, but I'm not aware of anyone doing it properly.


kurtster

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Posted: Jan 6, 2014 - 10:17am

 benm wrote:
Hey,

like the title says, I'm looking for a Classic Rock radio station that comes at least somewhat close to the quality of RP. Ideally, commercial-free and listener supported. I'm talking Beatles, Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, you know the drill. I'm not that keen on Guns n' Roses, AC DC and such.

Appreciated! 

 

Its a pretty good alternative to here.

Very eclectic, sometimes NSF, but lots of giddyup.
benm

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Posted: Jan 6, 2014 - 9:56am

Hey,

like the title says, I'm looking for a Classic Rock radio station that comes at least somewhat close to the quality of RP. Ideally, commercial-free and listener supported. I'm talking Beatles, Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, you know the drill. I'm not that keen on Guns n' Roses, AC DC and such.

Appreciated!