Thursday, July 30, 2015
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Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Posted by Dangerous Curves at 5:49 PM
Help yourself, tune in at 8pm
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Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Monday, July 27, 2015
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Posted by Shouting Thomas Torment at 1:49 PM
Don Nix (56:00)
Thursday, July 23, 2015
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Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 5:11 PM
I've flipped out over my latest and greatest girl group, female fronted soul, and country pop 45's from the 60's and you will too, tonight at 7! Check it out - download the live stream or stream with Tune In Radio
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 6:00 AM
Sunday, July 19, 2015
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Thursday, July 16, 2015
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
garage garage garage garage garage and more garage ... listen now!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 3:46 PM
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Patsy Clinger (now Walker) tells the story of how the Clinger Sisters turned into the Clingers and became the first all-female rock group to sign to a major label in the US. From the very beginning as little kids learning to sing harmony to the mid 60's when they had their own record label and worked with pre-Millenium Curt Boettcher and Lee Mallory, right up to their musical culmination with Michael Lloyd and Kim Fowley and the Clingers version of Gonna Have A Good Time Tonight, Patsy tells the girls story and you won't want to miss it! So check it out now, in our archive!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 7:42 PM
Sunday, July 12, 2015
Posted by Shouting Thomas Torment at 11:52 AM
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Tonight we've got some surfin' some skirtin' and strange connections to the Steve Miller Band. It's all here on WHIG OUT! at 8pm, and you can find it HERE on the Ichiban stream!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 5:59 PM
Lots of girls and even a few guys tonight on Crayons to Perfume with sunny sunshiny 60's pop and flower power perfection! Just click here to have a listen!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 6:28 AM
Thursday, July 2, 2015
Musician and songwriter, Terry Knight started his career as DJ Terry Knapp as a teenager in Michigan in the early 60's. He used Knapp for a few years, then changed to Terry Knight - and even began working at CKLW in Windsor which is where he got the idea to start a band.
He was frustrated at having to fit into a particular radio format, and preferred a more freeform style. You gotta wonder if that's when he thought up How Much More
The Pack made some killer records! Check out Numbers!
Being in the Pack didn't stop Terry Knight from also being a DJ, he went on to work for WTRX, who apparently really liked his band!
Terry was also infamous for scoring a Capitol Records solo gig in the late 60's, sitting in on the Beatles White album sessions and writing his Paul is Dead song Saint Paul. He also put Grand Funk Railroad together with a few x-Pack members and a few ? & The Mysterians - hoping to manage and produce them. Everyone fired him.
Then he went on to start his own label in the early 70's but the drug scene won over.
In Nov. 2004 Terry Knight was stabbed to death by his daughters boyfriend as he tried to protect her from the assault.
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 2:10 PM
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Tonight the Fringe Factory pays homage to some Canadians and some Americans ... click here to listen to our free for all freakout at 8!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 6:24 PM
One little, two little, three - Canadians! We, love thee...and who doesn't love these girls! It's an hour of Canadian Cuties from the 60's on Crayons to Perfume! Tonight at 7pm
And here's one of the Cutest Canucks of 'em all! Jenny Rock!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 6:19 AM