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John-Talk Radio . We have two shows weekly on JTR. Saturday evening at 6 pm is our ''One on One'' music interview show . This is a one hour show that is dedicated to the guest, where we discuss their music career and play their music. On Wednesday we air ''Independent Music Showcase''. This is where we play music from independent artist to showcase this great music.

Upcoming Broadcasts

Friday, February 7, 1964 began the renaissance of ‘rock ‘n' roll music in America as the Beatles landed at the JFK airport in New York City and became the vanguard of the British Invasion. The Timmons Brothers will analyze and review the contemporary reports of 1964 and the skepticism that surrounded the possibility of success for British artists in the United States. Such questions as timing, the music landscape and the type of artist before 1964 will be addressed and why 1964r may be the benchmark year in rock's history.
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On-Demand Episodes

Hicks kicked off 2013 with two European hits on the European Country Top 40, he then represented Sweden at the CMA Global Show in Nashville as part of the CMA Fest week in June along with various acts from around the world and... more

A speciall Bithday shout out to my departed Dad on his Birthday, Happy Birthday George , thanks for everything .

Matt is a solo artist and a member of Western Avenue, a contemporary country music band from central Ontario, is winning over audiences with its original material. Nikki English, Keith Robertson and Matt Williams showcase their... more

Lets celebrate National Radio Day with great Indie artists and their music.

David (Fuzzy) Fore drummer of The Bubble Puppy will be our guest to discuss the history and current status of this historic Psychedelic band.

We will delve into the Psychedelic rock scene in Texas (San Antonio / Austin) in the late 60's early 70's.

Homer was the original drummer for Sweetie Jones and The Dixie Kats. Sweetie Jones and his musical backup group, the Dixie Kats, from Macon, GA, was popular in the SE during the mid 50s and early 60s, and he cut several records... more

This special episode of Independent Music Showcase will feature a block of music from Sweetie Jones and a block of music from Bunny Sigler...Amazing artist / amazing music spanning 50 years .

Philly Soul pioneer Bunny Sigler will be my guest on John Talk Radio .

We will play songs from Jeff Stone and friends, Katie Mac, Tom Guerra,John Henry Harvey, Ken Tucker,Jon Gillispie, Sweetie Jones, Bunny Sigler,Bradford Loomis and Beth Whitney, BD20 and Iron Line, Colin McGrath,Chris Daniels,and... more

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