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Progressive Shores on Aural Moon live Thursdays, 9pm-11pm ET...Hosted by Sean McFee. For many people, progressive rock is only about England in the 1970s. But the progressive mindset spans all parts of the globe, with many cultures offering their own take on the progressive rock ideas and philosophy. Progressive Shores is a show dedicated to touring the world and unearthing some of this music. From the 70s to the present day, from styles that closely resemble progressive to those that share only a forward-looking aesthetic, each week we'll will focus on something different, in order to share new ways of looking at music with the progressive-minded.
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Roadhouse Radio Roger was the co-host of the WBZC staple from 6pm to 10pm on Saturday nights titled Roadhouse Radio. He has been our assistant for interviews with many of the artists who have joined us. He has been in some classic interviews with Percy Jones and Djam Karet.
Back in the early days of WBZC, we did many outings and promotional events in the local area of Burlington County...Butch's was a one time rib joint/Sports Bar that was a meeting point for us...Butch's would later close down, but his BBQ lives on...
For those who love old time radio, and the Doo-wop classics...tune in to Destination Doo-wop on Thursdays and Saturdays for Chuck Gagliardi's Music Hour. Chuck Gagliardi is my Uncle, and my radio idol...he plays a variety of great oldies music from the 50's and early 60's.. Chuck is a Philly DJ mainstay. He began his broadcasting career in 1970, at WSSJ, in Mount Holly, New Jersey, hosting a Saturday morning music program. Later that year, Chuck moved to WFIL, Philadelphia's then Number One rated radio station, as a summer driver and on-air traffic reporter for WFIL's famed Prize Patrol, and as an afternoon air talent for WCHE, West Chester, Pennsylvania. For several years, Chuck hosted Saturday oldies shows at WSSJ, formerly WCAM, Camden, New Jersey, and at WPGR, Philadelphia. He also has produced, directed, and hosted cable television shows in Philadelphia from 1975 through 1999 and has appeared on air for WHYY, Channel 12, Philadelphia's public television station. He currently works part-time for Comcast Digital Cable in Philadelphia and is a proud member of the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia, a group that includes some of the most renown names in Philadelphia radio and television history.
The Jacob's family has made great WBZC collectable prints over the years...visit Bonnie J Designs
http://phillyart.net/ronjohnson/ Philadelphia painter Ron Johnson is making headways as one of today's premiere artists. I am flattered and honored to know him and his work. It is timeless and unforgettable.