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Today in Rock History – June 17

Rock history June 17 1965, Working at Abbey Road studios in London The Beatles completed work on the new Paul McCartney song “Yesterday” with the overdubbing of an additional vocal track by McCartney and a string quartet. They also recorded “Act Naturally” for Ringo’s vocal contribution on the Help! album and the song “Wait” in…

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Celebrating 40 Years of Teen Angst: The Breakfast Club

The events in the iconic John Hughes movie took place on March 24, 1984. The Breakfast Club – Universal Pictures This film, directed by John Hughes, was part of a memorable decade in cinema history, defining a generation and resonating with audiences everywhere. Lets revisit the halls of fictitious Shermer High School and celebrate the legacy of this terrific coming-of-age classic. Despite being released in 1985, the events of…

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Interview with Eminence Ensemble

Denver area six-piece jam band releases new album. Founded in Boulder by childhood friends Justin Neely (guitar/vocals), Nick Baum (vocals/percussion), Zac Flynn (bass/synth), and Tanner Bardin (drums), the group has become a live Denver-staple, playing Mission Ballroom, Cervantes, The Fillmore, and The Ogden. They’re also an experienced studio project, endearing themselves to audiences through a…

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Morrissey Reissues Live Album

Former Smiths singer Morrissey announces two Las Vegas shows. LOS ANGELES, CA – Morrissey announces Beethoven Was Deaf (2024 Remaster) will be reissued for the first time since its original release in 1993. The album was recorded during the Your Arsenal tour in Paris at the Zenith in 1992 and has now been remastered at Abbey Road Studios. The album will…

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Unveiling Rock History: The Who’s Live at Leeds Concert at Leeds University

The Who’s show at Leeds University – a seminal concert in rock history takes a larger than life role. Embark on a sonic journey through rock history as we delve into The Who’s groundbreaking “Live at Leeds” concert, a defining moment that echoes through the ages. Join us in exploring the legendary performance at The…

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Our Radio App (por Español)  (en Francais)  (en Portugues) (auf Deustch) (App Referal ID’s) The app is now available for download: Show support for your favorite station by registering for free with their unique promo code. We are pleased to introduce a mobile app that includes not only our flagship station, Acid Flashback Radio, but a collection of forty-nine music stations of the highest quality for your listening enjoyment. These include some of our friends like Handcrafted Radio, PlanetRadio, and Radio Free Phoenix, as well as some of our favorite independent, hand-curated stations on the Internet like Radio Paradise, and Radio Brent. Discover unique stations such as…

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The Harmony Between Streaming Radio and On-Demand Music Services

Major platforms can coexist harmoniously, offering listeners the best of both worlds. In today’s digital age, music lovers have an array of options to enjoy their favorite tunes. Two popular choices are streaming radio and on-demand music services like Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal. While they offer distinct experiences, these platforms can coexist harmoniously, offering…

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TNT Sports Deal for College Football Playoff Games With ESPN

TNT Sports to Exclusively Televise Two First Round Games Each of Next Five Seasons; Additionally, Two Quarterfinal Games Beginning with 2026 Season. ESPN and TNT Sports have reached a five-year agreement for TNT Sports to sublicense select College Football Playoff (CFP) games from ESPN, beginning with the upcoming college football season.  TNT Sports will present…

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Music News

Morrissey Reissues Live Album

Former Smiths singer Morrissey announces two Las Vegas shows. LOS ANGELES, CA – Morrissey announces Beethoven Was Deaf (2024 Remaster) will be reissued for the first time since its original release in 1993. The album was recorded during the Your Arsenal tour in Paris at the Zenith in 1992 and has now been remastered at Abbey Road Studios. The album will…

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Go to our live radio stations page to hear any of the 50 InternetFM streaming stations. Acid Flashback is a live streaming Internet radio station whose format is a psychedelic blend of  classic, prog rock, new wave, indie rock, jam bands, reggae, blues, and jazz.  Our focus is on mixing popular songs with live versions, outtakes, deep cuts, rarities, and covers to bring the listener back to the days of album rock and free form radio. All the music is hand curated and mixed with pop culture references to create a one of a kind listening experience. With a playlist encompassing more than 15,000 songs and greater than 2500 artists, Acid Flashback presents a bigger and better variety of music and song choices than just about any other station. For those who grew up with stations like WBCN, WNEW, WMMR,…

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InternetFM Launches Subscription Model

Low cost plans aim to support stations and musicians. (LAKE BLUFF, IL) – InternetFM is rolling out a new update featuring a subscription plan for our music streaming platform. Listeners can choose from two options: $4.99 per month or $49.99 a year. We have been free since launch in 2018. We want to turn our radio venture from a hobby into a business. Music isn’t free. All radio stations must pay publishers’ royalties to broadcast recorded music. Traditional over-the-air radio stations sell advertising to cover their…

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Psychedelic Time Warp – Show 49

Psychedelic Time Warp is hosted by Bart Shore. This is a generic radio show featuring an alternate version of The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour, as was as loads of live music from The Who, Moody Blues, Los Lobos, Doobie Brothers, Genesis, Fleetwood Mac, Robyn Hitchcock, Pink Floyd, James Taylor, Talking Heads, REM, U2, Steve Winwood,…

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Top Albums of 2021

Bo Burnham takes the top spot this year. He epitomized and put the entire pandemic (up to that point) and put it into perspective. Plus it has great songwriting and performing. It delivers on the the promise of his early YouTube career as comedic musician. Bo Burnham “Inside” Andrew Gabbard “Homemade” Courtney Barnett “Things Take Time, This Time” The Rugged Nuggets “Odds + Ends” Ryley Walker “Course in Fable”…

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The Harmony Between Streaming Radio and On-Demand Music Services

Major platforms can coexist harmoniously, offering listeners the best of both worlds. In today’s digital age, music lovers have an array of options to enjoy their favorite tunes. Two popular choices are streaming radio and on-demand music services like Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal. While they offer distinct experiences, these platforms can coexist harmoniously, offering…

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Song of the Day – Death Walks Behind You by Atomic Rooster

Atomic Rooster was a British rock band initially formed in 1969 when organist Vincent Crane & drummer Carl Palmer (Chris Farlowe’s Thunderbirds, ELP, Asia) left The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, best known for their highly theatrical performances & the hit single “Fire.” Atomic Rooster quickly added Nick Graham on bass & vocals on…

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