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70's Classic Rock Radio - Playlist 1-10

Posted by Artster63

Hey guys, how's everyone been? It's been a while since I've posted anything of substance and well I guess I've let the creative juices get overtaken by an inherit handicapping work ethic and health issues. But I'm looking to get back to 70's Classic Rock blog and radio. If you haven't noticed the dot com is in use and the plan is to make it a full fledged website, which would include of course this blog, a forum, Classic Rock news, concert updates, record reviews and a token head shop (retail outlet) for starters.

70's Classic Rock Radio will be moved from LIVE365 to it's own website. It's been a hit with the music lovers, however only those with a VIP membership have been able to enjoy it. Once on it's dedicated website, everyone will be able to tune in and listen to 24/7 of the best, commercial-free Classic Rock on the web.

Until we get our licenses in order and make the switch over, I am going to give you a taste, of the great playlist we've put together, in the form of videos. Everyday until we have the station running on it's own

I want to thank you all for hanging with us and I look forward to re-communicating with many of our old friends here.

Now, let me flip this switch and start the playlist.... enjoy.

Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen

Love The One You're With - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

Born To Run - Bruce Springsteen

Call Me The Breeze - Lynyrd Skynyrd

Wheel In The Sky - Journey

Some Kind Of Wonderful - Grand Funk Railroad

Life's Been Good - Joe Walsh

Living In The USA - Steve Miller Band

Bad Moon Rising - Credence Clearwater Revival

What I Like About You - The Romantics

* As always, if you enjoy the artist and their music, help support their work by purchasing the album.

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Geez louise, its great to be me!! I'da gone berserk if I'da not been born when I was, and not experienced all I did, and didnt see all the concerts that I saw, 70's-80's, don't get no better than that!!! Houston knew how to rock back then, and concerts were indoors, acoustics were incredible! I wouldn't go to a see a concert and have sit outside in the heat/mosquitos nowdays, even if I Had front row, and the tickets were free, and was gettin there by limo, they blew doin concerts at CWMPavillion..geez, where'd they put thier brains at? Back pocket? Apparently, & squished thier smarts right outta thier heads!!! Humor me, I'm old now, lol, but I still got it! RockOn&RockHard(bought my grandbaby a set of drums for Christmas last year, then he turned 2 in Jan, ...what does gramma want him be when he grows up? Hmmm