ITG Radio hosts ‘San Francisco Nights,’ ‘Looney Tunes’ Sunday nights
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Inside The Gates Radio, Big Canoe's community radio station, streams the music of our lifetimes 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our music library is always on the rise with great music from the 1960s to now. We constantly refresh with songs that will take you back to some of the valued times where music played a significant role in your life experiences. Join us anytime, but particularly during our "live show" Sundays.
Sunday, Nov. 10: Shiraz Alikhan's San Francisco Nights starts at 4:30 p.m. and runs until 6:30. The greatest songs from artists and bands from the Bay Area: Credence Clearwater Revival, John Fogerty, Boz Scaggs, Jefferson Airplane, Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne and so many more will entertain you with commentary and history from Shiraz that you just don't hear anywhere else.
Craig Looney's Looney's Tunes will follow immediately after Shiraz around 6:30 p.m. Join us for three hours of a most eclectic music mix that crosses genres and artists like nowhere else. Want to get some little-known background on the artists and the songs? You've come to the right place. You never know what's coming next but you can count on it being excellent and most entertaining.
For you Apple users, please download our new app as the previous one will eventually phase out. Go to the App Store and search for BC Radio. The app is a very reasonable cost--FREE!
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You'll learn quite a bit about the great music we play for you.
*The first Beatles song released in the U.S. became #1 in the U.S. in February of 1964 and remains the best-selling single ever in the United States. What was the song?
*This artist was a member of the Kingston Trio and wrote some great songs including the Monkee's #1 hit. He gained further acclaim by engaging with a couple of members of Fleetwood Mac to make a terrific album and in particular a great song. Who was the singer/songwriter?
Join us this week on Inside The Gates Radio and thanks for tuning in!