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A few examples of our line up.
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Chaleur Bleu - John Boulay
Join John Boulay every Wednesday at 7PM for Chaleur Blue, the one-stop-shopping source for all your bluesy needs!
Road Trippin' - Conrad Coughlan
“I like having themes, keeping it simple and building the show with music that flows around a theme. Highlight the artist, some insight into the song, finding the right balance of communication to the listener. In the end it’s about the music.” “I just want people to have a good time, sit back and relax, crank up the volume on the receiver and enjoy. The show will evolve, I will evolve with the show, I will have fun with it, the music will be awesome and hopefully that all resonates with the listeners.” - Conrad "COUG" Coughlan
Weekdays - Garnet Cripps
Join Garnet Cripps weekdays 6am - 6pm!
The Road Less Travelled - Blake Glendenning
Wednesdays at 8:00PM, Saturdays at 4:00PM, Sundays at 9AM, Mondays at 7PM and Tuesdays at 10PM.
Exposed to music at an early age, Blake has been exploring music for almost 50 years. He listened to his brother’s Doors albums when Jim Morrison was still alive. Forever the influencer, Blake has given out many a mixed tape and CD in his day. His first gig as a DJ was in the early 80s at UNB where he also did a stint as Music Director. His goal in life is to present you with music you’ve never heard of and leave you wanting to hear more. And there’s lots of that out there….
Country Gold - Al Hebert
Join the legendary Al Hebert Sunday nights at 8:00 and midnight for two hours of country gold.
The Flower Power Hour
Flower Power Hour Show on Phantom
Ken Rundel’s extensive radio experience included early stays at WVIC, Lansing, MI, and w-4, Detroit. Next up was the legendary album-rocker, “The Zoo” in Dallas, where he was program director and had the #1 rated midday show. He’s interviewed dozens of musical icons and lists Joan Baez, Steve Miller, Nancy Wilson, Keith Reed, Willie Nelson, Don Mclean, Roger McGuinn, and Michael Brewer as some of his favorites. Other stops included Q-102, KZPS, KOAI, KRBE and KXCC in Texas, and the ABC Radio Classic Rock Network, where he was the top-rated jock. Ken’s also been an attorney, actor, and improv comedian and instructor.
World Mix with Rupert Palmer
WorldMix highlights not only the very latest releases from a wealth of musicians based across the world, both established and emerging, but also weaves in some great classics that you just might not have heard in a long time. In the first hour, Dan Sweeney also drops in every week, highlighting a ‘one-hit-wonder’ - an artist that enjoyed success only once in the US Billboard charts. In the second hour – amongst a world of amazing music, we bring you the ‘80s fix’, digging deep into our extensive music library in a segment consisting of two tracks from an artist from that great era.
It's a unique blend that seamlessly interlaces music genres and styles in a show that sits perfectly in any programme slot.
Friday nights at 10 and Saturday nights at 9, check in for an hour of your favourite party music expertly mixed by your favourite DJs from New Brunswick and across Canada. Hosted by Bathurst's DJ Transmission, this high-energy mix-show contains EDM, Pop, Hip-Hop and other dance favourites.
Big Rock Radio
The BIG ROCK is a four hour syndicated rock radio show hosted by Johnny J. The show primarily focuses on the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s. We also throw in a little 60’s and some new songs from our core artists. The BIG ROCK music library consists of Foreigner, The Ramones, Def Leppard, The Who, Pearl Jam, Van Halen, Stone Temple Pilots, Fleetwood Mac, The Go Go’s, Iron Maiden, Sheryl Crow and so much more. On top of that we play artists not normally heard on the radio anymore like Tin Machine, Orion The Hunter, New England and RTZ. We even play lesser known rockin' artists including Friction, Toronto & The Ravyns. Additionally we also feature the more rocking songs by artists that may not normally fit this genre such as Tina Turner, Shaun Cassidy, Janet Jackson, Cher and Michael Bolton.
Vinyl Vault - Garnet Cripps
Join Garnet Cripps for Vinyl Vault Monday nights at 9 and Tuesday nights at 7.
That 60's and 70's Show.
Host Pabineau Stephen Peter Paul spins some of his favorite classics with informative insight on the artist's back ground and history.
Gloucester County Country
Sundays from 10am-2pm and 6pm-8pm, enjoy a mix of your favourite hot country and country classics.