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Congratulations … As of December 15th … Gulch Radio has become a fully licensed LPFM station with coverage all the way to Flagstaff. … [the, ed.] format is outstanding, commercial free, eclectic, diverse, and wonderful, especially if you love music from the Golden Age. If you aren’t near Jerome, take a listen to it online and send … a great big pat on the back. Fan mail is always welcome. A lot of work goes into building and maintaining a station like this. It’s a labor of love and it’s entirely done for your benefit. The least you can do is drop an email to say thanks and congratulations.

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  1. Hey Richard
    Christine and i are enjoying your music this morning and get to listen until we leave for our class at 8:30. As always; love your music and Christine will be tuning in also when she goes back to Calgary

    • Hey cool! Thanks for tuning in! Must be a beautiful morning in San Carlos – maybe we’ll do a remote from the beach someday.

    • Must have tuned in at a bad time dude wtf are you playing ? Almost punched my radio off the shelf and had to change the station! The old blues you play is great I thought I found a new station but being stuck inside listing this morning about killed me !

      • Hey Mike – Sorry to jolt the train, we change up the music a bit on the weekends. Some folks like it and some don’t. Thank god they put dials on radios. Thanks for listening, we’ll be back to normal Monday morning.

        Regards,
        Ric

  2. Love, love, love the edition of your station to the Verde Valley. Do you have, or are you planning on creating bumper stickers? I would love to get one to help you advertise. I’ve been telling people by word of mouth. So far I’ve noticed a buzz. Keep up the good work!

    • Hi Angela – glad you enjoy the station. WE do have bumper stickers, if you will send us an email to: gulchradio@hotmail.com with your address we’ll send you some. You can also pick them up at Tommy Rocks Music Store in Jerome, just below the Post Office on Main St. Thanks for listening and writing.

    • Yes! I have found word of mouth is like..yelling! Gulch is here to stay! Have talked with many fans. .they are HAPPY! Bumper snickers really need to b obtainable down the hill from Twinkle-Town!

      • Hi Laurie – thanks for the note. I’ll see if I can line up someone in Cottonwood to distribute bumper stickers, meanwhile we will mail them to anyone that drops us a note with their mailing address, either here on the website or by writing to us at :gulchradio@hotmail.com

        • Better late than never as to my reply to thank u for that. I would gladly drive round down here to distribute snickers. .too few visible in C-wood. U hav my info..many establishments on my list and yors. Thanks,again,GULCH RADIO,for bringing THE BEST MUSIC to the Verde Valley. .and ALL OVER THE WORLD!

  3. So glad I found you, been telling all my friends. I’m a mail carrier in sedona so know a lot of people. Gulch reminds me of a station I listened to in early 70’s out of Gilroy, CA. Called KFAT. First time I heard mothers of invention. Keep it up so refreshing. Any chance you have access to any “cold blood” Lydia pence? Can’t find much. Thanks.

  4. Absolutely love the station been trying to find decent radio since moving to Sedona. This is a real 70’s style FM station impossible to find in 99% of the country. Keep it up and if you are ever looking for a partner let me know…….i think you could have a TV play with this as well

  5. i found you yesterday , i’m listening from killeen tx. you guys have a great groove , reminds me of the the fm stations in ca. during the 70’s . i WILL pass the word about you.

  6. So when I stream the Gultch on my iPad there is no “Pause” or “Stop” button. The only way I have found to stop it is to shut down and restart the iPad. Really?

  7. Ahhhh, it is an endless loop. Click on “PLAY” on the home page takes you to the License page where you click on the GREEN button… that starts playing and reloads the Home page. This loop repeats never showing the “Pause” option.

    • When you click on play, normally a mini-player page opens up off to the side with a pause button, album cover, volume, etc. I have never tuned the station in on an ipad so I’m not sure how the player behaves, although I have tuned in on an iphone and that is what happens, One way to turn it off would be to close the page. Or – go to the appstore and download the tunein.com app, search for “gulchradio” and you will have a choice of streams to chose, 32 or 96 – the tunein app will run in the background while you do other things on the ipad.

  8. We recently spent three weeks in the Cottonwood, Sedona area, my scan button found your station immediately and I never changed it. Back in Wisconsin we listen on the net. Keep up the good work, you have brightened our day!

  9. Gulch radio is a genuine gem of Jerome! Please keep the “Music and Morons” show … Lenny and Michael have it all covered. (“Nyaaaah!”)

    • Fur sher! EVRY WKEND! LENNY&MIKE r so talented! I know they can give up their Saturdays without their families missing them!! Cuz ALL the GULCH fans are family, too!

  10. I just love u..all the time! So much so I am burnin’ burgers rite now..wait..wait..just flipped ’em..all is good! Today is the 1st day I listened to Friday News Roundup with D.Rehm.and my favorite SciFri with the most entertaining “science geek”..I have been into “MY GULCH” so much..I think I need a nite in the Grand Hotel Further on..I shall save Friday morning for my NPR..just morning, mind u..the rest..Thanks! C U @ Music&Morons! I will have a “fan” surprise for u soon. .you’ll c it ’round c’town. GOTTA GO..BLUES ON! YAAHHH! THANKS!

  11. Richard,

    Your station is like listening to KDKB in the 60’s. I LOVE it. So glad we get it now up in this neighborhood.

    Thank you so much,

    Mary Conlin

  12. Richard,

    Your station is like listening to KDKB in the 60’s. I LOVE it. So glad we get it now up in this neighborhood

    • Thanks for the note Mary, we’re flattered by the comparison and we’re glad to be in your neighborhood. Thanks again for writing.

  13. Heard a widespread Panic song around 9:45 Friday morning May 8th
    Great song with a lot of percussion!! Sitting on the Sonny side!!

    If there is anyway to give me the name and album for the song it would be greatly appreciated!!

    Thanks for the great music!!!

    • Hi Scott – that was the live version of “Arleen” by Widespread Panic from the album “Another Joyous Occasion”

      Thanks for listening.

  14. Now when I get to where I am going I don’t want to get out of my vehicle and turn the radio off. But yesterday, 5-26-15 at 2:45 pm mst I had to. what the heck was playing?

    • Glad your listening – every now and then we play something somebody hates – it’s inevitable.It was either “Little Wing” Stevie Ray Vaughn or “Shame the Devil” by Robin Trower. Neither of which will play again for five weeks so you are safe.

      • oh, sorry, wasn’t clear. I really didn’t want to shut it off. I had to take care of business. i thought it might have been jack bruce or an updated version of an old Cream tune. it was especially “colorful” sounding…

  15. Having moved to Cottonwood, as an AZ. Local of 37 years…I have to remark that your station is one of the ‘Freest’ on the airwaves, that Ive heard in a long while.

    Though Im old enough to not be gullible about how free you actually might be [what with advertising dollars and what not] I do still think you all are doing a great job at keeping the airwaves clearer, in these times of suffocation mediocrity.

    Please dont stop… oh Baby, please dont stop!.

  16. Listening to your station all the time from the bottom of the hill. You guys are awesome! Best station I’ve listened to in a VERY long time. Picked up my Gulch bumper stickers at Tommy Rocks and had Anne Bassett autograph my copy of “Home Sweet Jerome”. It was a great Jerome weekend!

    • Hey Claire in Clarkdale – thanks for the note, we’re glad you’re tuned in and enjoying the station and Tommy, indeed, rocks!

  17. Hoping u get some bumper snickers @ some fine establishments down here in Old Town C-wood..like Hippie Emporium, and further on like Verde Lea Market..Desert Dancer….Walmarts (ha!, just kiddin’! Thanks!

  18. Thanks for THE BEST-EVER!!!!,broadcast of the DEAD I hav heard thus far.I was lucky enuff to take part in their concert, OUTSIDE!, in Farmington, Maine back in college days..they SANG to us for…atleast…4&1/2 HOURS!!! 2nite’s show (thanks to you),has definitely brought back wicked fond memories. Thanks to David..for a thrilling compilation!

  19. All afternoon on Saturday 8/1/15, you guys have been killing it musically. Great music, song after song. We live in Florida, but find ourselves listening to this station almost exclusively. Thanks for the great tunes 1

  20. Just heard my song “Remember When” by the Earls and wanted to say thanks. I only listen to The Gulch now as the music is great and the 2nd best part…NO COMMERCIALS! Keep up the great work

    • Due to technical limitations on our equipment, when we are broadcasting live, in the studios our stream can’t capture the song titles so it just shows the name of the show. One of these days we’ll figure it out.

      Thanks for listening.

    • Hmmmmnnnn –
      not sure which song that was, but “Don’t Waste My Time” by Catch 22 played at about that time. Sorry took so long for me to respond.

  21. I don’t know how you do it, but the tunes you’ve been playin’ this afternoon have swept me away to another place & time — don’t want to ever leave.
    Smiles that have no words,
    Lynn
    Phx

    • Hi Lynn – hey, thanks for the note. It’s great to hear from listeners enjoying the music. Glad we could help you get to that other place!

    • Hey Cindy -thanks for the good words – we appreciate it and I will pass your note onto Gregg the show host. Thanks for listening, hope you are staying nice and warm!

      Ric

  22. Geez,
    So how old are you anyway? I’m 72. (Though I’d check on your Geezer chops.)

    A Dead Head from Palo Alto, Ca. Fell in with Indians up in Flag – 4 corners some years ago. They let me hang around.

    In October, I got a hip replacement and need to go back to work to pay the surprise co-pays etc. Great thing is I have a better attitude since mobility is increased.

    I’ve been interested in lpfm, pirate radio style, (I own a sailboat on a trailer.) I’ll wear an eye patch, no peg leg, no over watt broadcasting,,,

    Idea?

    Is the office as open as it seems in the picture on the website?

    It’s been a couple of years since I’ve been to Jerome…

    CactusHeaven

    cactus7@cftc.biz, and mitch.mccann@gmail.com

    • Hey Mitch – the Geezer is 71 – I do believe he qualifies for membership in the club of beat up but probably perky oldies.

      Glad to read your hip replacement has helped out the declining mobility, The Geezer know first hand how tough that is Not sure what you mean by “the office open” – if you mean is the town open and friendly yes it.

      Thanks for listening!

      • More beat than beat up, I’d say, about the geezer. I only ask the imper tenant question because lots of young’uns with grey hair have been tried to assert seniority, lacking about 30 years of life experience.

        Been trying to get the 100.5 signal around the Flag area. Not much luck. I got a fresh allocation of bandwidth and am listening to your excellent stream now.

        I’m still working on alternative to commercial media/radio aka pirate radio. I own a low power fm transmitter which is legal so I don’t think it qualifies as really “pirate,” though I think it might if I get an eye patch…. at least stylistically. I don’t think I even really need to get the eye patch if I can effect a swashbuckling affect. The temptation to push the legal limits on the low power thing is in me.
        I’m busy hot-roding The limited equipment I have to do DJ type blogs with audio clips or etc. Two of the tire/wheels for the “pirate ship’s” trailer are still doing utility trailer cleanup duty. But the ship is about to launch. Licence for the trailer, etc.

        Office open? I mean how when would it be good to meet, perhaps explore space where co-operation might be fun.

  23. love the webcam, but one suggestion….a shroud of some sort would be great so as to protect the lens from rain/snow….gets difficult to observe anything! Thanks again!

    • Thanks for the note – we call the distortion “art” – actually we’re learning as we go along, The camera is up there pretty high so accessing it is a challenge.

  24. The short test of my volunteer micro power translator of your signal east of STAR school on 88.3 good. Noise from cheap audio cables(?) noticeable. Cheap microphone did well especially with only $4 expectations. No complaints yet; probably nobody but me heard anything.

  25. Bleatings!* modern pirate radio style introduction! >> D R A F T <<
    I am Cactus 7, your low powered cloud based media dead-head.

    In America, on April 8, 2015 at 10:43 am Michael O’Rielly, a commissioner of USA’s FCC, wrote: “Everyone should agree that pirate radio stations – by any definition – are completely illegal.”
    *emphasis cactus 7
    CFTC.biz
    a pirate style modern media experiment

    CFTC is an alternative media adventure yet to be fully discovered. “Pirate style radio” is the closest way to share a glimpse of my vision. CFTC strives for strict legality while upsetting convention and breaking traditions whenever artistically interesting.
    Wherever the law is unclear, or contradictory, CFTC aims at being helpful, having fun, and being adventurous. Come along with us. Let the adventure begin!

    Audio: the “the Warf Rat” https://archive.org/details/gd71-02-18.sbd.orf.107.sbeok.shnf #10

    Cactus 7. A Posed Pic!
    [real identity available, on request but not pushed because of a sense of new age searchability risk practicality and perhaps modesty.]
    Business non-plan: Unknowingly brought up in a right-wing religious community believing, “in the final days, all things will be held in common,” and that that was the ideal, My “business” plan for my low powered media head operation is to charge right wing conservative capitalist talk show hosts / producers for interviews with me, a real live, (though aged to the point of being head-dead,) comunista! I should point out that I am not a Stalinist, I’m a “comMUNE-a-list.”
    CHOPS: In the 1970’s I lived on what the neighbors called a “hippy commune.” Now I live a mostly tribal life with Native Americans. Being a visible white man, I endure my portion of prejudgment. Mostly I am thought of as being white-man lazy.

    controversy, I am for Obama, and Care. Giddily happy that the Americans have elected Obama giving hope to the majority of Americans children who are not white as the driven snow.

    Could a pirate radio station be or have been?

    1 One of the offshore, (and therefore legal?,) stations that played rock and roll, (Beatles,) for otherwise captive BBC audiences in the 1960’s.
    2. Any station that transmits their signal with more than the authorized power, or violates some other regulation.
    3. Stations whose staff dressed up in costumes paying allegiance to thieves,,, think of suits promoting exploitive deals.
    I’ll stop here, hoping that there will be much more discussion of the concept of piracy. On the open seas lone sailors are protected only by themselves, obscurity, or by traveling in convoy lanes protected by heavy traffic and powerful maritime nations navies.

    Alternative Radio Adventure

    Clicking around the net and especially the FCC’s sites, my low power / internet radio gypsy pirate style radio is seeming more complicated than it did at first. The micro power only reaches a couple of hundred feet, even on a tall, ( Mast of a trailered boat,) antenna. The low power is non commercial licenses are no longer acted upon. These are the most interesting to me. They include “travelers information” stations and I think they are the ones I have seen and heard at the entrances to some of the national parks and monuments in the area.

    The Art of Modern Style Radio Piracy

    Cactus 7, the modern style radio pirate will conquer enslaving mediocrity without physical violence. Cactus 7, radio style pirate, sails seas congested with selfish capitalistic traffic. The confusion zone near “Illegal,’ and “outside the enforcement zone”, are familiar waters to radio Pirate, Cactus 7.

    Bleatings = bleat + greet + ings = blog greetings q.e.d? (or sound of a lamb?)

  26. JERRY RIOPPELLE ??? Arizonas “King of Rock n Roll” ??? wheres the RIOPPELLE ????? (keep up the good work—FT LAUDERDALE,FLA)———-

  27. Hey, from a couple of listeners in North Wales, UK. Could you let us know the artist of the “Runaway” track we hear when you are signing off the Rick n Roll Breakfast show?

    • Hi Fiona and Michael – two guys do that, I think David Grissmon is one and I don’t remember the other artists name. Sorry I’m not more help there.

    • Thanks Michael ~ Glad you enjoyed it. Stay tuned to the Gulch for a lot of great shows! And come back especially in 2 weeks for my next show.

      Carsos

  28. Hi! This is Sonia from Punta del Este, Uruguay. Robert and I are watching the sunrise at Jerome and enjoying your music. Big hugs!

  29. Great station. Whoda thunk something this good from our very own Jerome? forgive me if this comment has already been made, but it would be nice if the live feed was not lost every time you switched between pages on the site. Keep it up. You guys are doing a great job.

    • Thanks for the note. Glad you enjoy the station and happy to hear the problem fixed itself – I wish they all would.

  30. Thank you for the jams. Chilling on the deck, watching the storm, the current playlist is helping. Stevie’s version of little wing just brought tears. So thankful for all of us. Chaka. Adobe Adam in sedona.

  31. found the gulch last year while visiting friends in cornville-yaaaay! i listen to the radio most in the car and i cant tell you how many times i got to where i was going and didnt want to get out of the car cuz the music was so perfect…and not just til the end of the song..many times for several songs before i would get out.. fantabulous stuff! when i got back to calif i immediately found out how i could listen from here!! thanks for makin that possible~! rock on.

    • Hi Karen – very cool, glad you found us and thanks for taking us on the road with. We appreciate the letter – they keep us going.

      Thanks again!

  32. Aloha, Listening to gulch radio in Hawaii! It’s island stranded time here, sounds good with the ocean in the background! Best station in AZ, keep rocking!

    • Hey Wyatt! Glad to have you surfing the tunes on Gulch Radio, thanks for writing and we’ll do our best!

  33. You played “Feelin’ Good Again” by Robert Earl Keen today and I caught it by chance. I’d never heard of him before and now I’m hooked. Thanks!!

    • Cool -glad you like it. REK does lot’s of great songs. Thanks for writing and thanks for listening.

  34. THANK YOU GULCH RADIO – you have saved my sanity and have lifted me out of my deep depression about the mainstream radio stations available in this area (Prescott, Verde Valley, Flagstaff). I actually float on the River of Peace, Love and Happiness when I’m listening to all the GREAT music you play . Many thanks and much gratitude from me to you !

    • Hi Cottonwood Listener – glad we can contribute to sanity – it’s our pleasure. Thanks very much for listening and writing. We’re happy to be floating that river with you.

      Best regards,
      Ric

  35. I wish for a more diverse stream of music… more unknown, more female vocalists, more ssttrreettcchh…. less repetition… less blues… more current bluegrass, and whatever happened to punk rock?… pleeeezzz. and q.

    • Sorry I didn’t respond sooner, just found your letter – if the mix doesn’t please you, what can we say, there are 60,000 streaming radio stations and 14,000 over the air stations to choose from, many play punk and whatever so check’em out, we’re sure that you can find something that pleases you.

      Good luck – rock on!

      Ric

  36. WhaT IS UP,the left channel over the air in Sedona not very strong,also online weak thanks best station in the world!!

    • Thanks for writing – our mixing board just failed so it’s going to take us a little while to get it fixed. Thanks for listening and sorry for the funky audio.

      Ric

  37. Hi Folks

    I am listening to Gulch Radio here online in Pakistan and you guys are playing some good rock n roll tunes. I usually listen to Gulch radio at work and just cruise through time. Good variety!

    • Hi Ali – thanks for writing to us. We love to hear from listeners, especially from other parts of the world. Glad you enjoy cruisin’ to the tunes.

      Best regards!

  38. Hi, Love your station! I was driving home tonight, 7/27, and around 8:40 you were playing a song with a South American tone, with acoustic guitars harmonizing, conga, and other instrumentation. There were no vocals in the part of the song I heard. The acoustic guitars kind of had a CSN quality (Judy Blue Eyes) in certain spots of the song. I love it and would like to know what song it is. I need to get a copy of it.

    • Hi Pam- that was Steve Morse from his album Prime Cuts – “Wooden Music

      Thanks for listening and thanks for loving!

      Ric

  39. Me and my wife are visiting Sedona and found your station. By far the best thing on the radio. Looking forward to streaming when we get home. We would love to stop by and say hi. OK what we really want is a T-shirt or two. Is there some in Jerome? We leave in the morning and plan on stopping by Jerome and do some shopping. Love you all.

    • Hi Raymond – thanks for the letter, glad you are enjoying the station. Sorry, no t-shirts yet, we’re a non-profit and we can’t afford them, BUT we do have terrific bumper stickers. Made In Jerome Pottery and Designs On You clothing may have some, if they don’t you send us your address, send it to gulchradio@hotmail.com we’ll send you some.

      Best regards, safe travels,
      Ric

  40. Hello
    I am Brazilian and I live in the city of Goiânia near Brasilia, the capital of Brazil.
    I listen to the radio every day.
    The best of the world…
    Congratulations and good work.
    Sorry for my English …
    Carlos GO
    Brazil

    • Hi Carlos in Brasil – thanks for writing to us and thanks for listening. Your English is perfect.

      The best to you and yours as well!

      Ric

  41. Most of the time while driving, when I hear great music that I don’t recognize, I just live with not knowing but tonight I am compelled to make an exception. I would like the bits on the last tune playing right before “Rockin’ In the Days of Confusion” began. this mystery song may have been cut short for the program to begin on time. What was the name of that song and who was performing? It was 7:59 p.m. on 2/17/2017. Thanks. Also, great job. Best radio station since the early 70’s KMET in Los Angeles.

    • Good morning Mark – thanks for listening and writing, never hurts to be compared to KMET. The song you wanted was “Stratus” by Billy Cobham from the album Spectrum on Atlantic Records.

      Have a good one!

  42. hello peoples…I think the way to start off here is to first tell you, YOU’RE AWESOME!! IDK how you are hand picking your playlist so freaking well, your musical palate (if you will) is off the chart amazing, and I thought I had a good knowledge of music..SO re-energizing but in a subtle way, in a day when radio stations suck you are salvation for me. I just want give you folks an attaboy, I can’t tell you enough without getting weird or annoying. best regards and please don’t stop..Marty Helbig

    • Hi Marty – thanks for the good words, we’re glad you are enjoying the station. We enjoy putting it together and letters like yours are a great reward.

      Hope you have great weekend.

      Thanks again for writing,
      Ric

  43. Hello
    I was listening to Gulch today 11:30 am to around 1 pm. I liked many of the songs and wanted to listen again but when I tried to locate the playlist it did not show the songs just the name of the show for those times.
    Please advise
    Betina in Cottonwood

    • Hi Betina – you were listening to UnderCurrents show number 4228, hours 3 and 4. Go to UnderCurrents website: http://www.undercurrentsradio.net When you are there look across the top and click on “playlists” Search for 4228, which would be about a week ago (original air date) and look for hours 3 and 4.

      Thanks very much for listening and this should get you there.

      Ric

  44. Hello, saw you on the Hamilton Transmitter site. listened in on 96 and 36 KBS both sound good..I did not know 36 kbs could sound so good.

    I have that same tower and I am looking to get a Rangemaster Transmitter. Do you have any gear left over I could buy ?

    Thank you and if you have the Ham. Rangemaster I am interested

    • Hi Don – thnaks for the good words about our stream – took a little work to get the 32kbps stream to sound good. Sorry to tell we sold all of the AM gear except for a professional quality audio equalizer. One transmitter went to texas and the other to Las Vegas.

      Have a good one!

      Ric

  45. Hey I have been unable to listen tonight to your station. And neither your website or Tune in app are working.And my Spotify is working and called my cable company and no problems with them.Sure hope this is fixed soon.Your station only thing keeps me sane thru intense back pain.thx Dan Colorado.

    • Hi Dan – sorry, a situation beyond our control. A backhoe dug up the internet lines serving Northern Arizona yesterday morning. Service was back around 10:40 PM last night.

      After a little work this morning resetting things, we are up and running.

      Regards,
      Ric

  46. WHY CAN’T I STREAM YOUR STATION FROM WORK. I WORK IN COTTONWOOD AND WHEN I CLICK ON NOTHING KEEPS HAPPENING. PLEASE EMAIL YOUR SUGGESTIONS/REPAIR SOLUTIONS TO ridesafe@breezydog.net. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP AND KEEP UP THE GOOD TUNES.

    KEITH KAUFMANN
    928-301-5570

  47. Love your music station and the livecam. Together, they are the things that I go to when I need some peace. And that’s often. Every single day. I can endure being here in Texas if I can get my sound and vision of Jerome, Arizona. But you’ve been dark for a few days now. Absolutely killed me. I see your note about the problem and its fix…but I’m still not getting anything. Anyway, hope you get back on your feet. Thanks for all you do. You people are awesome.

    • Hi Jack- everything is currently working. The camera is up as of today but we don’t know for how long. thanks for
      listening. For listening problems, please write to us at: gulchradio@hotmail.com – let us know if get it working or are still having problems.

      Ric

  48. Good job on the Houston sound pray for Texas ……zzz top …..Rodney Crowell another great singer song writer from the Houston Area would be cool….

    • Hey james – thanks for writing. If you are listening we are featuring a bunch of Texas artists right now. God bless you all, wish I could be there to help you. Too old, just get in the way.

  49. Love your music if there’s a chance to shout out and ask for a request I like to do so if you can play a little bit of Pat Travers maybe a little bit of Aldo Nova or some Triumph whichever hour that would all fit in that would be fantastic! Keep it up Gulch!

    • Thanks for the note Mark. Glad you are enjoying the Gulch. We don’t have any songs by those artists, but we will check them out.

      Thanks again.

      Ric

  50. Linda and William enjoying your station every morning from Prescott, can you play some Jackson Browne?

    Sidenote…We recently saw Danny O’Keefe-Tom Rush 10/8 concert at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts!

  51. Good Morning Ric from Linda and William great picks this morning, always love to hear some Van Morrison, we’ve been listening to him for over 4o yrs, saw him in concert twice, just got his new album…Roll With The Punches..so glad we found your station recently!

    • Hi Linda – the playlist compiling company changed their software and it took several days for out lists to catch up – they are working now. Thanks for listening.

      Ric

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