Entertainment feeds the soul. Satisfying an appetite for music, musicians, and celebrities is a tall order; however, nothing fulfills that request more than The Brunch with Joe Johnson. The Brunch is a one-hour radio program showcasing songs and dialogue by the performers who seeded Rock ‘N Roll history, specifically the Beatles.
Veteran broadcaster and host of The Brunch, Joe Johnson has sustained an illustrious calling as a Beatles aficionado. Joe engages his audience across social platforms and welcomes visitors with compelling content, games, and contests from his home base website BrunchRadio.com and via a monthly e-newsletter.
The Brunch features content from:
· Recording Sessions
· Concert Tours
· Musical Collaborations
· Cover Songs
· Televised Special Moments of Contemporary Personalities
Joe quenches a thirst for knowledge of past and present musical giants from notable musicians from all genres whose contributions astonish every music lover. Artists featured in the program still sell out to crowds worldwide and to a majority of people between the ages of 18 to 40. The Brunch with Joe Johnson is essential to any radio listener.
12 Noon - 1 pm
This is the 60's
1 pm - 3 pm
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This is the 60's
Join host JJ Wilson every week for the best music from the best decade.
More than just an oldies show, This Is The ‘60s is a unique radio experience that immerses audiences in the groundbreaking decade through a creative blend of pop culture, trivia quizzes, movie and TV clips, vintage commercials, period news headlines, and of course the best music of the 20th century!
The show includes:
• The Spotlight Feature: A new topic each week highlighting six tunes from special song categories of the ‘60s, like the British Invasion, Women of the ‘60s, Songs of Protest, Music & the Movies, Psychedelia, and lots more.
• Inside the Song: A trip to the recording studio to see the creative production techniques, lyric inspiration, and pioneering song development of a classic ‘60s track. The segment often includes rarely-heard demos and isolated instrument and vocal tracks.
• Pop Culture Corner: Exploring fads, toys, games, TV, movies, dances, and other pop culture elements of the ‘60s, featuring movie clips, TV themes, vintage commercial jingles, and lots more.
• Newsbreak: Headlines and news clips for a specific month in the ‘60s.
• The Novelty Bin: A weekly comedy feature that highlights one of the many crazy novelty hits that populated the airwaves in the ‘60s.
• One-Hit Wonders: A weekly focus on a band or performer whose brush with fame lasted for merely one song.
• Deep Cuts: We’ll occasionally depart from the Top 40 to feature a quality album cut or B-side that’s rarely heard on radio.
• Cover Cut: Exploring some of the best cover tunes of the ‘60s, many of which were better than the original recordings.
• In Concert: A focus on some rare live tracks from some of the top ‘60s bands.
...And of course the best tunes to hit the Billboard Hot 100 chart between January, 1960 and December, 1969, with an emphasis on the mid to late ‘60s.