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New John Lennon Box Set To Be Released

A new box set featuring 36 John Lennon solo tracks will be released on October 9 to mark what would have been the Beatles legend's 80th birthday. "A collection of some of the most vital and best loved songs from his solo career will be released via Capitol/UMe as a suite of beautifully presented collections, titled 'Gimme Some Truth. The Ultimate Mixes,'" a press release said. Executive produced by Lennon's widow Yoko Ono and produced by their son Sean Ono Lennon, all 36 songs were handpicked by Yoko and Sean. All the songs have been "completely remixed from scratch, radically upgrading their sonic quality and presenting them as a never-before-heard Ultimate Listening Experience." Gimme Some

Appreciate Every Second on Earth

One of my most influential DJ's Harry Harrison always said "everyday should be unwrapped like a precious gift." This especially rings true with me at this time. My partner, Jim works at a hotel here in Rehoboth Beach along with another friend that lives in our community. I usually drop them off at work each day and our friends partner, Danny picks them up. It was about 11:15pm on Wednesday, August 26th when I received a call from my partner, Jim saying they were in an accident, please come quickly. I rushed out the door with my heart pounding and my hands shaking. As soon as I turned onto busy route 1, my heart sunk deeply into my chest. I saw a sea of flashing red lights, ambulances, polic

Successful Internet Radio Relies on A Solid, Stable Provider

I've been reading horror stories everyday about an internet radio provider that is so unreliable that leaving broadcasters ripping their hair out and listeners in the lurch. This service is constantly going down, their support is practically non existent and there are frequently long gaps between music segments. Running a business or even hobby is impossible under these circumstances, If doing what you love causes this much frustration, then you must take a deep breath and determine whether or not it's worth continuing. You can have the best equipment, best automation system but if your provider is not reliable, you cannot run a good, solid internet radio station. Luckily Live 365 is Edgewat

John Prines Song Used As A Tribute to Covid 19 Victims At DNC

The DNC Convention really moved me this past week. It was compassionate, informative, truthful and really struck a cord for the heart and soul of all of America. Here's a story from RTT Music news highlighting how a John Prine song was used. It was very touching. The late John Prine's song "I Remember Everything" was used to underscore a tribute video for the victims of the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic at the 2020 Democratic National Convention on Monday, August 17. On the first night of the virtual DNC, a video was shown in tribute to people who died due to the coronavirus. The in memoriam clip featured the last-recorded song from Prine. The legend was hospitalized in late March with

Specialty Radio Shows

I worked for a country radio station in the 1980's, The station played all of the top country hits but also included country gold some of which went back to the 70s. After working there awhile, I was asked to do a specialty show on Saturday nights. It was called The Saturday Night Country Party. Although the show included some of the current country hits, it also included lots of older, classic country. I was able to play Hank Williams Sr. Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash etc. We brought back country from the 50s and early 60s. I am proud to say that The Saturday Night Country Party was very popular. I asked my Program Director why I was able to stray from the main format and he explained that this

The Who Every Song, Every Album

If you're into music memorabilia, then you may be interested in this article published by RTT Music news. A new book that will sift through iconic band The Who's entire catalog will be out on October 28 from Sonicbond Publishing. According to the company's official online shop, "The Who: Every Album, Every Song" will be "the most comprehensive guide to The Who yet published." It will cover all of the band's studio albums, from their 1965 debut My Generation through 2019's WHO. The book will also examine non-album tracks, live albums, compilations and soundtracks. "The Who: Every Album, Every Song" was written by music journalist and longtime Who fan Geoffrey Feakes. Meanwhile, The Who are sc

Choosing Between Thousands of Radio Stations

The radio landscape has changed drastically over the past 20 years. Satellite Radio was the first innovation that enable listeners to choose over 100 stations anywhere in the US. The only drawback was that it is a paid service. We still have AM and FM radio but their programming is steadily going down hill. There's very little variety and usually these station cater to the very young. As internet radio became increasingly popular and offers a wide variety of formats and programs, making a choice can be a challenge for both the listeners and programmers. My advice to listeners, is to make a list of the types of music or talk that you enjoy most. When you find an internet station that you enj

Music Industry Reacts to Joe Biden Picking Kamala Harris as His Running Mate

I was very excited to hear that Joe Biden picked Kamala Harris as his running mate. Here's what the music industry has to say about Joe's selection. This was written by RTT Music news. Artists from the music world took to social media to react to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden naming California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. The reaction from artists such as John Legend, Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, Ciara, Sheryl Crow, Sara Bareilles and P!nk, was largely positive. Legend said he is "very much looking forward to voting for the Biden-Harris ticket to begin the difficult work of recovering from this nightmare presidency and building an even better future". Crow sai

Cousin Brucie is Going Back to Where it All Started

If you lived in the New York Area in the 60s or 70s or lived out of the signal area you probably fine tuned your radio at night to pick up WABC, a 50,000 watt clear channel station at 770 on your am dial. You probably heard Cousin Brucie. playing the hits, talking to listeners and making everyone feel good. Bruce Morrow or Cousin Brucie as he is referred to by the hoards of his adoring fans dominated the airwaves for nearly five decades. After WABC, the cousin moved to WNBC 66 am in New York, then later to WCBS-FM all in New York. About 15 years ago he made a move to Sirius XM radio. Last week, Cousin Brucie did his last show on Sirius XM to the disappointment of thousands of listeners but h

The Who Launched a Vintage Concert Series

Last Saturday, The Who kicked off a weekly concert series call Join Together @ Home. If you're a Who fan you can make it a part of your weekly agenda. Here's the full story from RTT Music news. The Who kicked-off a six-part weekly series "Join Together @ Home" last Saturday (August 8) at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. U.K. to mark the celebration of their live performances and as part of YouTube's #StayHome campaign. The series, produced by The Who, in partnership with Eagle Rock Entertainment, will feature some of the band's most memorable performances and will also include some previously unseen footage. It will stream live on the band's official YouTube channel. To start with, the first

Music About Emotions

Edgewater Gold Radio added a great new show called The Musical History Tour with Ronnie Sevean on Sunday nights. The show airs tonight from 7pm - 10pm. We stray from our typical oldies format to take a musical journey featuring a large variety of rock. The show is free form and Ronnie supplies his own music. Each week is different and the show usually features a particular theme. Last weeks show's theme was animals. This week the theme is emotions. Listen to Ronnie tonight from 7pm - 10pm and hear a large variety of music that have emotions as the theme. It's always an interesting ride on the Musical History Tour!

Stay On The Air With a Backup Plan

As hurricane then tropical storm Isaias barrelled up the eastern seaboard on Tuesday, I knew that we were in trouble as for as power outages were concerned. Delaware got hit very bad with tornadoes, high winds and power outages. We were updating our listeners as to the the status of the storm throughout the event, that is until the power went out. When that happened Edgewater Gold Radio's live stream went down but we were still on the air. How could that be? We have an auto DJ set up with a small part of our library stored in the cloud of our service provider Live 365. Rotations always play in the background and if the live signal goes out, Auto DJ kicks in. Our listeners experience a quick

Stevie Nicks Urges Fans to Become Spiritual Warriors and Wear Masks

So many people refuse to wear masks putting others in danger of getting the coronavirus. Stevie Nicks is urging her fans to put those masks on! Here's the full story from RTT Music News. Stevie Nicks called on her fans to become "spiritual warriors" by wearing face masks and staying inside to combat the coronavirus pandemic. The Fleetwood Mac vocalist and songwriter shared on Twitter on Wednesday a recent journal entry describing her thoughts and worries about the pandemic. "If everyone could just wear a mask and stay in as much as possible — you might be able to find this magical place I have found, in the early morning when everyone sleeps. And when you wake up, make it your mission to do

The Musical History Tour Arrives Today

The Musical History Tour with Ronnie Sevean debuts tonight on Edgewater Gold Radio. I'm pleased to add this show to our lineup. Edgewater Gold Radio plays the greatest variety of oldies from the 50s through the 80's. While we play all of the top hits from these decades, we also dig down deeper to songs that may not have hit the top ten but nevertheless were great songs and deserve to be resurrected. Ronnie's show is basically free form. We're pulling out all the stops and enabling Ronnie to do what he does best. Entertain you with rock based variety and interesting information about the music. His shows are often theme based. This week Ronnie will songs that have to do with animals. So joi

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