We’ve got a fresh new way of programming the Oldies...big blocks of traditional boomers with a healthy chunk of the often missed younger boomers. Our playlist includes a unique blend of Rock Classics, the best of the British invaders, all your Motown favorites and a tasty sprinkling of Pop gold.
We also do a variety of features including the Lost 45 showcasing a seldom heard oldie 2 times a day and the daily Breakfast with the Beatles.
Beatles, Beach Boys, Supremes, Rolling Stones, Four Seasons, Creedence Clearwater, Simon & Garfunkel, Neil Diamond, Elvis Presley, Dave Clark Five, Johnny Rivers,Four Tops, Tommy James & the Shondells, Rascals, Herman's Hermits, Three Dog Night, Temptations, Lovin' Spoonful, Stevie Wonder, Miracles, Mamas & Papas, Association, Elton John, Grassroots, Monkees, Turtles, Marvin Gaye, Doors, Eagles, Animals, Righteous Brothers, Aretha Franklin, Hollies, Gary Puckett & The Union Gap, Buffalo Springfield, Sly & The Family Stones, Drifters, Dusty Springfield, Sonny & Cher, Dion, Wilson Pickett, Martha & The Vandellas, Van Morrison, Chicago, Paul Revere & The Raiders, Fleetwood Mac, KC and the Sunshine Band, Billy Joel, Bob Seger, Rod Stewart
The Beatle Years Saturday 8am
Take an hour long magical mystery tour every week! The Beatle Years is an intimate, all access journey into the world of the Fab Four. Venture into the recording studios at Abbey Road with producer George Martin, sit in the front row at Shea Stadium in New York or listen to the boys from Liverpool field questions from the press. The Beatle Years reveals the public & private sides of John, Paul, George and Ringo, every Saturday morning at 8.
The Beatle Break
Weekday mornings at 11:30am ET. Oldies Plus plays two songs from the Fab Four back to back, with some relevant chatter about the group. It has a custom intro/outro for each affiliate, which lets the station sell the feature to a local sponsor. It will run just before the 11:35 stopset, allowing the station to run a sponsor's commercial adjacent to it.
Lost and Found
45 Twice daily at 9:10am and 4:10pm ET we reach into our vast music archives and treat you to some of the greatest “oh wow” songs of all time, along with some background on the song.