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This Sunday night at 8pm on 100.3 The Sound of Los Angeles, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson will feature the music of Yes and conversation with bassist Chris Squire, keyboardist Rick Wakeman and singer Jon Anderson. Check out this preview!

#51 - Dec. 27
Best Of '15

#50 - Dec. 20
Christmas

#49 - Dec. 13
Steve Perry/Journey

#48 - Dec. 6
Pink Floyd

#47 - Nov. 29
The Kinks

#46 - Nov. 22
Boston

#45 - Nov. 15
Queen

#44 - Nov. 8
Cream

#43 - Nov. 1
Robby Krieger/
The Doors

#42 - Oct. 25
Jon Anderson/
Yes

#41 - Oct. 18
John Fogerty/
CCR

#40 - Oct. 11
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

#39 - Oct. 4
The Who

#38 - Sept. 26
David Bowie

#37 - Sept. 19
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

#36 - Sept. 12
Pat Benatar/
Neil Giraldo

#35 - Sept. 5
Peter Frampton

#34 - Aug. 30
The Doobie Brothers

#33 - Aug. 23
Andy Summers/
The Police

#32 - Aug. 16
Jimmy Page/
Led Zeppelin

#31 - Aug. 9
Paul McCartney

#30 - Aug. 2
Alice Cooper

#29 - July 26
Fleetwood Mac

#28 - July 19
George Thorogood

#27 - July 12
Yes

#26 - July 5
Styx

#25 - June 28
Steve Miller

#24 - June 21
Def Leppard

#23 - June 14
Joe Perry/
Aerosmith

#22 - June 7
Rush

#21 - May 31
The Rolling Stones

#21 - May 24
Foreigner

#20 - May 17
Jeff Lynne/
ELO

#19 - May 10
Paul Rodgers/Bad Company

#18 - May 3
Ringo Starr/The Beatles

#17 - April 26
John Mellencamp

#16 - April 19
Eagles

#15 - April 12
Randy Bachman/
Guess Who/BTO

#14 - April 5
Jimi Hendrix

#13 - Mar. 29
The Cars

#12 - Mar. 22
Jimmy Page/Led Zeppelin

#11 - Mar. 15
Cheap Trick

#10 - Mar. 8
Paul Rodgers/
Bad Company

#9 - Mar. 1
The Allman Brothers Band

#8 - Feb. 22
Bob Seger

#7 - Feb. 15
Supertramp

#6 - Feb. 8
Deep Purple

#5 - Feb. 1
The Doors

#4 - Jan. 25
Ann Wilson/
Heart

#3 - Jan. 18
Sammy Hagar

#2 - Jan. 11
Joe Walsh

#1 - Jan. 4
Lynyrd Skynyrd

2015
Off The Record
Schedule


#52 - Dec. 28
Best Of '14

#51 - Dec. 21
OTR Holiday Show

#50 - Dec. 14
Jimmy Page/
Led Zeppelin

#49 - Dec. 7
Nick Mason & David Gilmour/
Pink Floyd

#48 - Nov. 30
Yes

#47 - Nov. 23
Andy Summers/
The Police

#46 - Nov. 16
Brian May/
Queen

#45 - Nov. 9
Joe Perry/
Aerosmith

#44 - Nov. 2
Don Henley

#43 - Oct. 26
Jackson Browne

#42 - Oct. 19
Doobie Bros.

#41 - Oct. 12
Stevie Nicks

#40 - Oct. 5
Geoff Emerick/
The Beatles

#39 - Sept. 28
Tom Petty

#38 - Sept. 21
John Fogerty/
CCR

#37 - Sept. 14
Boston

#36 - Sept. 7
The Doors/
Queen/
Jac Holzman

#35 - Aug. 31
Jethro Tull

#34 - Aug. 24
The Guess Who/BTO

#33 - Aug. 17
The Rolling Stones

#32 - Aug. 10
Foreigner

#31 - Aug. 3
Pretenders

#30 - July 27
Graham Nash/
CSNY

#29 - July 20
Peter Frampton

#28 - July 13
Led Zeppelin

#27 - July 6
Bob Seger

#26 - June 29
Heart

#25 - June 22
Paul Stanley/
KISS

#24 - June 15
The Who

#23 - June 8
Supertramp

#22 - June 1
Don Felder/
Eagles

#21 - May 25
Alice Cooper

#20 - May 18
The Kinks

#19 - May 11
Styx

#18 - May 4
Cheap Trick

#17 - Apr. 27
Def Leppard

#16 - Apr. 20
Deep Purple

#15 - Apr. 13
ELO

#14 - Apr. 6
Scorpions

#13 - Mar. 30
Benmont Tench
Petty's Heartbreakers

#12 - Mar. 23
Steve Miller

#11 - Mar. 16
Journey

#10 - Mar. 9
Doobie Bros.

#9 - Mar. 2
Rush

#8 - Feb. 23
Pink Floyd

#7 - Feb. 16
Jimi Hendrix

#6 - Feb. 9
The Doors

#5 - Feb. 2
Fleetwood Mac

#4 - Jan. 26
U2

#3 - Jan. 19
Pat Benatar

#2 - Jan. 12
Bad Company

#1 - Jan. 5
Allman Bros.

2014
Off The Record
Schedule


#52 - Dec. 29
Best Of '13

#51 - Dec. 22
Holiday Show

#50 - Dec. 15
Boston

#49 - Dec. 8
The Beatles

#48 - Dec. 1
Steve Perry/
Journey

#47 - Nov. 24
CCR

#46 - Nov. 17
Stevie Nicks

#45 - Nov. 10
Brian May/
Queen

#44 - Nov. 3
Guess Who/BTO

#43 - Oct. 27
Heart

#42 - Oct. 20
Sammy Hagar

#41 - Oct. 13
Jethro Tull

#40 - Oct. 6
Def Leppard

#39 - Sept. 29
CSNY

#38 - Sept. 22
ELO

#37 - Sept. 15
Led Zeppelin

#36 - Sept. 8
Bob Seger

#35 - Sept. 1
Bon Jovi

#34 - Aug. 25
Rolling Stones

#33 - Aug. 18
Joe Walsh

#32 - Aug. 11
Boston

#31 - Aug. 4
Roger Hodgson/
Supertramp

#30 - July 28
Styx

#29 - July 21
The Kinks

#28 - July 14
U2

#27 - July 7
Peter Frampton

#26 - June 29
Aerosmith

#25 - June 23
Eric Clapton

#24 - June 16
Steve Miller

#23 - June 9
Paul Rodgers/
Bad Co.

#22 - June 2
The Doors
Ray Manzarek Tribute

#21 - May 26
Fleetwood Mac

#20 - May 19
Cheap Trick

#19 - May 12
Deep Purple

#18 - May 5
Def Leppard

#17 - Apr. 28
Justin Hayward/
Moody Blues

#16 - Apr. 21
Michael McDonald/
Doobie Bros./
Steely Dan

#15 - Apr. 14
Rush

#14 - Apr. 7
David Bowie

#13 - Mar. 31
Don Felder/
Eagles

#12 - Mar. 24
Pink Floyd

#11 - Mar. 17
Steve Lukather/
Toto

#10 - Mar. 10
Jimi Hendrix

#9 - Mar. 3
Tom Petty

#8 - Feb. 24
Led Zeppelin

#7 - Feb. 17
Neal Schon/
Journey

#6 - Feb. 10
Queen

#5 - Feb. 3
The Who

#4 - Jan. 27
The Police

#3 - Jan. 20
Deep Purple

#2 - Jan. 13
Pat Benatar

#1 - Jan. 6
Bad Company

2012
Off The Record
Schedule


#52 - Dec. 30
Best Of '12

#51 - Dec. 23
Holiday Show

#50 - Dec. 16
Guess Who/BTO

#49 - Dec. 9
John Lennon

#48 - Dec. 2
Doobie Bros.

#47 - Nov. 25
Pretenders

#46 - Nov. 18
Paul Stanley/
KISS

#45 - Nov. 11
Yes

#44 - Nov. 4
Don Felder/
Eagles

#43 - Oct. 29
John Mellencamp

#42 - Oct. 21
U2

#41 - Oct. 14
Bob Seger

#40 - Oct. 7
CSNY

#39 - Sept. 30
Ann Wilson/
Heart

#38 - Sept. 23
Peter Frampton

#37 - Sept. 16
CCR

#36 - Sept. 9
Brad Delp/
Boston

#35 - Sept. 2
Steve Miller

#34 - Aug. 26
Eric Clapton

#34 - Aug. 19
Lynyrd Skynyrd

#33 - Aug. 12
Alice Cooper

#32 - Aug. 5
Journey

#31 - July 29
The Kinks

#30 - July 22
Ken Caillat/
Fleetwood Mac

#29 - July 15
George Thorogood

#28 - July 8
Rush

#27 - July 1
The Doors

#26 - June 24
Def Leppard

#25 - June 17
Ken Scott/
David Bowie

#24 - June 10
Styx

#23 - June 3
Joe Walsh/
Eagles

#22 - May 27
Scorpions

#21 - May 20
Bill Wyman/
Rolling Stones

#20 - May 13
Sammy Hagar

#19 - May 6
Glenn Frey/
Eagles

#18 - April 29
Bad Co.

#17 - Apr. 22
Queen

#16 - Apr. 15
The Who

#15 - Apr. 8
Jethro Tull

#14 - Apr. 1
Tom Petty

#13 - Mar. 25
Led Zeppelin

#12 - Mar. 18
Fleetwood Mac

#11 - Mar. 11
Doobie Bros.

#10 - Mar. 4
Pink Floyd

#9 - Feb. 26
Roger Hodgson/
Supertramp

#8 - Feb. 19
Jimi Hendrix

#7 - Feb. 12
ELO

#6 - Feb. 5
Deep Purple

#5 - Jan. 29
Gregg Rolie/
Santana/
Journey

#4 - Jan. 22
Lynyrd Skynyrd

#3 - Jan. 15
The Police

#2 - Jan. 8
Aerosmith

#1 - Jan. 1
Best Of '11

2011
Off The Record
Schedule


#52 - Dec. 25
Holiday Show

#51 - Dec. 18
CCR

#50 - Dec. 11
Bob Seger

#49 - Dec. 4
Journey

#48 - Nov. 29
Guess Who/BTO

#47 - Nov. 20
Jethro Tull

#46 - Nov. 13
Bad Company

#45 - Nov. 6
Styx

#44 - Oct. 30
Carmine & Vinny Appice

#43 - Oct. 23
Eric Clapton

#42 - Oct. 16
Grateful Dead

#41 - Oct. 9
Alice Cooper

#40 - Oct. 2
Pink Floyd

#39 - Sept. 25
Chickenfoot

#38 - Sept. 18
Tom Petty

#37 - Sept. 11
The Beatles

#36 - Sept. 4
Fleetwood Mac

#35 - Aug. 28
Peter Frampton

#34 - Aug. 21
Jimi Hendrix

#33 - Aug. 14
Steve Miller

#32 - Aug. 7
Kansas

#31 - July 31
The Who

#30 - July 24
Yes

#29 - July 17
Queen

#28 - July 10
George Thorogood

#27 - July 3
Doobie Bros.

#26 - June 26
INXS

#25 - June 19
Led Zeppelin

#24 - June 12
Heart

#23 - June 5
Def Leppard

#22 - May 29
Styx

#21 - May 22
Boston

#20 - May 15
Ray Davies
The Kinks

#19 - May 8
ZZ Top

#18 - May 1
John Mellencamp

#17 - Apr. 24
The Doors

#16 - Apr. 17
Sammy Hagar

#15 - Apr. 10
Eagles

#14 - Apr. 3
Neil Peart
Rush

#13 - Mar. 27
Rolling Stones

#12 - Mar. 20
Roger Hodgson
Supertramp

#11 - Mar. 13
Bob Seger

#10 - Mar. 6
Pink Floyd

#9 - Feb. 27
Deep Purple

#8 - Feb. 20
Steve Lukather

#7 - Feb. 13
The Kinks

#6 - Feb. 6
CCR

#5 - Jan. 30
Aerosmith

#4 - Jan. 23
CSNY

#3 - Jan. 16
Paul Rodgers

#2 - Jan. 9
The Police

#1 - Jan. 2
Best Of '10

Joe Benson has hosted the nationally syndicated OFF THE RECORD program since 1998. Not only does Uncle Joe share his vast knowledge of classic rock artists and play their their best music, through his in-depth conversations with the artists, you'll hear many of their behind the scenes stories. Off The Record airs weekly on over 80 stations nationwide.

For more information, drop Joe a line!

The weekend of August 22nd, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Queen and conversation with guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor, bassist John Deacon and singer Freddie Mercury. Check out this preview!

The weekend of August 15th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Toto, Don Henley, Yes and Emerson, Lake and Palmer as well as Joe's brand new conversation with Toto founding member/keyboardist/vocalist Steve Porcaro. Check out this preview!

The weekend of August 1st, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Santana and Journey as well as Joe's extensive conversation with founding member/keyboardist/vocalist Gregg Rolie. Check out this preview!

The weekend of August 1st, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Rush as well as more conversation with Neil Peart. Check out this preview!

The weekend of July 24th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Aerosmith as well as more of Joe's conversations with Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Brad Whitford, Joey Kramer, Tom Hamilton, Jack Douglas and John Kalodner. Check out this preview!

The weekend of July 17th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of U2 as well as conversation with Bono, The Edge and co-producer Daniel Lanois. Check out this preview!

The weekend of July 10th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Styx as well as more of Joe's extensive conversations with guitarist/singers James 'J.Y.' Young and Tommy Shaw. Check out this preview!

The weekend of July 3rd, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of — and conversation with — Eric Clapton. Check out this preview!

The weekend of June 26th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Boston as well as more of Joe's extensive conversation with Tom Scholz and Brad Delp. Check out this preview!

The weekend of June 19th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Toto, Jackson Browne, Don Henley, Eric Clapton and as well as more of Joe's conversations with guitarist Steve Lukather. Check out this preview!

The weekend of June 12th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers as well as conversation with Tom. Check out this preview!

The weekend of June 5th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of The Police and Joe's brand new conversation with drummer Stewart Copeland. Check out this preview!

The weekend of May 29th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of the Electric Light Orchestra and more of Joe's extensive conversation with Jeff Lynne. Check out this preview!

The weekend of May 22nd, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of The Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive as well as more of Joe's extensive conversations with Randy Bachman. Check out this preview!

The weekend of May 15th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Jimi Hendrix as well as more of Joe's extensive conversations with Janie Hendrix and engineer/producer Eddie Kramer. Check out this preview!

The weekend of May 8th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Dire Straits and more of Joe's extensive conversation with frontman Mark Knopfler! Check out this preview!

The weekend of August 31st, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Led Zeppelin and more of Joe's extensive conversation with guitarist/producer Jimmy Page! Check out this preview!

The weekend of April 24th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Cheap Trick and more of Joe's extensive conversation with guitarist Rick Nielsen. Check out this preview!

The weekend of April 17th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of The Steve Miller Band as well as more of Joe's conversations with Steve. Check out this preview!

The weekend of April 10th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of The Doors as well as more of Joe's extensive conversation with drummer John Densmore, guitarist Robby Krieger and keyboardist Ray Manzarek. Check out this preview!

The weekend of April 3rd, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Bob Seger and more of Joe's extensive conversation with Bob. Check out this preview!

The weekend of March 27th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young as well as more of Joe's conversations with Graham Nash and Stephen Stills. Check out this preview!

The weekend of March 20th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of The Who as well as more of Joe's conversations with Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend. Check out this preview!

The weekend of March 13th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Lynyrd Skynyrd and more of Joe's extensive conversation with Gary Rossington, Rickey Medlocke, Johnny Van Zant and Artimus Pyle. Check out this preview!

The weekend of March 6th, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson featured the music of Supertramp and Roger Hodgson as well as more of Joe's extensive conversations with Roger. Check out this preview!

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J.B.: I do want to thank my many guests for allowing us insight into their lives, and thank you for your support over the years! After all, it is all about the music!



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Def Leps Rick Savage & Joe Elliott w/J.B.

Having fun with Def Leppard bassist Rick Savage and frontman Joe Elliott.

Producer Ken Scott w/J.B.

Hanging with Beatles/Bowie/Supertramp producer Ken Scott on a sunny day.

Ol' buds Joe Walsh & Joe Benson.

It's Joe Walsh!

J.B. & Glenn Frey.

Unc and Eagles mastermind Glenn Frey — the stories they could tell!

Steve Perry w/Unc.

Steve Perry and J.B. in the studio.

w/drumming bros. Carmine & Vinny Appice.

Getting choked up with legendary drumming gods Carmine & Vinny Appice.

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Talking rock & hot rods with Alice Cooper!

J.B. w/Nick Mason.

After catching up on Pink Floyd and fast cars, Nick Mason and J.B. shared a moment in the sun.

w/Chickenfoot's Michael Anthony & Joe Satriani.

Chickenfoot hand signs — yeow! Michael Anthony and Joe Satriani signing with their Unc.

George Thorogood  & Unc.

Striking a manly man pose with old friend George Thorogood.

INXS' Andrew, Jon & Tim Farriss w/J.B.

One of these is not like the others: Unc with Andrew, Jon and Tim Farriss of INXS.

J.B. & Sammy Hagar w/their books.

Sharing reading material and a laugh with Sammy Hagar.

Unc with Roger Hodgson & Ken Scott.

Good times with Roger Hodgson and Supertramp producer Ken Scott. (Photo by TourBus Live)

Birthday boys Paul Rodgers & Joe Benson.

Hanging with one of the greatest voices in all of Rock & Roll: Paul Rodgers of Free/Bad Company/Queen fame.

Geddy & Joe.

Catching a few rays with Geddy Lee of Rush.

Doobie Brothers John McFee, J.B. & Tom Johnston.

More amazing stories were revealed! John McFee, J.B. & Tom Johnston of The Doobie Brothers.

Ann Wilson, J.B. & Nancy Wilson of Heart.

Ann Wilson, Joe & Nancy Wilson of Heart.

Unc interviewing Steve Miller.

J.B. interviewing Steve Miller before his Greek Theatre show.

Unc w/Rob Halford

J.B. and the legendary Metal God,
Rob Halford of Judas Priest.

Peter Frampton & Joe Benson

Ladies and gentlemen, Peter Frampton and Joe Benson!

Gene Simmons, Unc & Paul Stanley

Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley show Unc how it's done.

Kelly Hanson, Mick Jones & J.B.

Foreigner's Kelly Hanson & Mick Jones with J.B..

J.B. & Graham Nash.

Hanging with the incredible Graham Nash.

Don Felder showing Joe how to play guitar.

Former Eagles guitarist Don Felder teaches Joe his personal guitar fingering technique.

Eddie Kramer goofing w/J.B.

Producer/engineer/photographer Eddie Kramer shares some signs with Unc.

J.B. & Roger Daltrey.

Roger Daltrey of The Who
with one of his band's biggest fans.

Unc & Andy Johns.

Joe and producer Andy Johns momentarily interrupt the stories.

J.B. & John Fogerty.

J.B. and John Fogerty had a blast talking about everything from the earliest days to John's great new album "Revival."

Scorpions! with Unc.

Rudolf Schenker, Matthias Jabs, Klaus Meine, James Kottak and Pawel Maciwoda of the Scorpions getting rowdy after a lengthy chat with Uncle Joe.

Joe & Ann Wilson.

Ann Wilson of Heart and Joe had a blast talking about her new album.

Phil Collen, Viv Campbell  & JB.

Def Leppard guitarists Vivian Campbell and Phil Collen hanging out in J.B.'s garage.

J.B. w/Stevie Nicks.

Stevie Nicks and Joe's prom photo.

Unc with Jack Blades & Tommy Shaw.

One of these is not like the rest: Jack Blades and
Tommy Shaw with their Unc.

J.B. & Paul Stanley.

After a lengthy chat with Paul Stanley about KISS and his new solo album, Unc considers going out on tour with him.

Stewart Copeland & Unc.

Unc and Police drummer/film maker Stewart Copeland celebrate the skills of Death Metal drummers.

Steve Miller goofing w/Unc.

Steve Miller and J.B. share the credit (or blame).

Joe Elliott, Viv Campbell & Unc.

Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott and guitarist Vivian Campbell sandwich Unc after discussing Irish pubs and sea shanties.

Ian Gillan  & Unc.

Put famed Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan in a studio with famed Deep Purple fan Joe Benson and get ready for the stories to fly!

Howard Massey w/Unc & Geoff Emerick.

Just imagine two of the world's biggest Beatle fans hanging with the Fab Four's main recording engineer. As you can see, famed author Howard Massey, Uncle Joe and the legendary Geoff Emerick were ready to go for more!

David Coverdale w/Unc.

Singer David Coverdale and J.B. had a blast digging into Deep Purple and Whitesnake stories.

Kenny Aronoff  & Unc.

After a couple of sessions with J.B., super drummer Kenny Aronoff finally demonstrated his signature bald & beautiful technique to keeping the groove!

Billy F Gibbons with Uncle Joe

ZZ Top's Billy F. Gibbons and Uncle Joe talking hot rods and music — those boys were in heaven!

Unc w/Nick Mason

Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason joined J.B. for an exclusive, in-depth interview for OFF THE RECORD and a discussion of sports car racing adventures. Judging from the photo, it looks like they also practiced their kung fu moves!!

Unc in studio with Styx

During Joe's extensive conversation with J.Y., Tommy Shaw and Lawrence Gowan of Styx about their new album "Big Bang Theory," Tommy snapped a photograph of three squirrels.

Unc w/John Densmore

Doors drummer John Densmore and Unc had a blast doing an in-depth interview for OTR.

Queen's Roger Taylor and J.B.
J.B. and Queen's Brian May

Queen's Roger Taylor and Brian May with J.B. during a rehearsal break.


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Here's a Partial Listing
of Stations that Air
OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson

** contact your station to confirm air times **


Alabama
WFXO - 105.9fm, Southside, AL
6am Sundays


Arkansas
KBKG - 93.5fm, Corning, AR
6pm Sundays

KAGL - 93.3fm, El Dorado, AR
1pm Sundays


California
Streams Live Audio
KDFO - 98.5fm, Bakersfield/Delano, CA
9pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
100.3 The Sound, KSWD, Los Angeles, CA (Uncle Joe's Home Base)
8pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
KZRO - 100.1fm, Mount Shasta/Dunsmuir, CA
11am & 7pm Sundays

KMRJ - 99.5fm, Rancho Mirage/Palm Springs, CA
8pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
KTYD - 99.9fm, Santa Barbara, CA
8pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
KZOZ - 93.3fm, San Luis Obispo, CA
7am Sundays


Colorado
KCRT - 92.5fm, Trinidad, CO
6pm Sundays


Florida
Streams Live Audio
WDNN - 95.5
WNDT - 92.5
WNDN - 107.9fm, Gainesville/Ocala, FL

8am & 8pm Sundays

WSRQ - 1220am, Sarasota/Braden, FL
9pm Saturdays


Georgia
Streams Live Audio
WEKL - 105.7fm, Augusta, GA
6am Sundays


Idaho
KECH - 95.3fm, Ketchum/Sun Valley, ID
6pm Sundays

KOZE - 96.5fm, Lewiston, ID
7am Sundays


Illinois
WQLF - 102.1fm, Lena/Freeport, IL
Noon Sundays

Streams Live Audio
WGKC - 105.9fm, Champaign/Urbana, IL
Noon Sundays

WQCY - 103.9fm, Quincy, IL
8am Sundays

WKYT - 105.5fm, Wilmington, IL
8am Sundays


Indiana
WIMS - 1420am, Michigan City, IN
2pm Saturdays


Iowa
KROS - 1340AM, Clinton, IA
10pm Saturdays

KCQQ - 106.5fm, Davenport, IA
8pm Sundays


Lousiana
Streams Live Audio
KZMZ - 96.9fm, Alexandria, LA
7am Saturdays


Maine
WKIT - 100.3fm, Bangor, ME
8am Sundays


Maryland
Streams Live Audio
WKGO - 106.1fm, Cumberland, MD
10am Sundays


Michigan
Streams Live Audio
WLAV - 96.9fm, Grand Rapids, MI
7pm Sundays

WIMK - 93.1fm Iron Mountain, MI
6am Sundays

WUPK - 94.1fm Marquette, MI
9am Fridays


Minnesota
KLIZ - 107.5fm, Brainerd, MN
9pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
KFMC - 106.5fm, Fairmont, MN
8am Sundays


Missouri
KRXL - 94.5fm, Kirksville, MO
6pm Sundays

KOZX - 98.1fm, Mountain Grove, MO
9am Sundays

KOZX - 98.1fm
Springfield, MO

9am Sundays


New York
WRCD - 101.5fm, Canton, NY
11pm Sundays

WQRS - 98.3fm, Olean, NY
11pm Sundays


North Carolina
WZGV - 730am, Cramerton, NC
6am Sundays


North Dakota
KZPR - 105.3fm, Minot, ND
7pm Sundays


Ohio
WONE - 97.5fm, Akron, OH
11pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
WEGE - 104.9fm, Lima, OH
6pm Saturdays


Oregon
KCRX - 102.3fm, Astoria/ Seaside Falls, OR
11am Sundays


KAGO - 99.5fm, Klamath Falls, OR
7pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
KGON - 92.3fm, Portland, OR
8am Sundays


Pennsylvania
WLEM - 1250am, Emporium, PA
8am Sundays

Streams Live Audio
WRKT - 100.9fm, Erie, PA
6am Saturdays

Streams Live Audio
WQCM - 94.3fm, Greencastle, PA
7am Sundays

WCHX - 105.5fm, Lewistown, PA
11pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
WEGH - 107.3fm, Northumberland, PA
7pm Sundays


South Dakota
KFXS - 100.3fm, Rapid City, SD
10am Sundays


Tennesee
Streams Live Audio
WBXE - 93.7, Baxter/Cookville, TN
9am Saturdays

WQAK - 105.7fm, Union City/Fulton, TN
9am Sundays

WQMV - 1060am, Waverly, TN
11am Thursdays


Texas
KARX - 95.7fm, Amarillo, TX
8pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
KPUS - 104.5fm, Gregory/Corpus Christi, TX
9am Saturdays
11pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
KKRW - 93.7fm, Houston, TX
6am Saturdays

Streams Live Audio
KJKB - 95.5fm, Jacksboro, TX
6pm Sundays

KWFR - 101.9fm, San Angelo, TX
Noon Sundays


Utah
Streams Live Audio
KRSP - 103.5fm, Salt Lake City, UT
7pm Sundays


Vermont
Streams Live Audio
WEXP - 101.5fm, Brandon, VT
10pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
WMRX - 93.9fm, Woodstock, VT
9pm Sundays


Washington
Streams Live Audio
KDUX - 104.7fm, Aberdeen, WA
9am Sundays

KZOK - 102.5fm, Seattle, WA
Midnight Sunday nights

KOOL - 107.1fm, Spokane, WA
11pm Fridays


Wisconsin
Streams Live Audio
WKLH - 96.5fm, Milwaukee, WI
9pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
WKFX 99.1fm, Rice Lake, WI
9am Sundays


Wyoming
KZJH - 95.3fm, Jackson, WY
9pm Sundays

Streams Live Audio
KRVK - 107.9fm, Vista West/Casper, WY
9pm Sundays

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