60s70s Show, on the air for over 30 years, had been hosted by Bob Radil from January
2007 until September 2010 when the show was cancelled by WNHU, University of
New Haven. On October 8, 2010 The 60s70s Show returned to the same time slot,
Fridays 6PM to 10PM Eastern, as a feature of Rewound Radio, originating live from the
60s70s Show studio facilities in the ''Beautiful, Rural, Connecticut
Countryside''. From these facilities the show has advanced far beyond what was
possible at WNHU. Then came the big move in May, 2017. It was then on to the
new studios in the ''Beautiful, Suburban, Central Connecticut''! The best is
yet to come! Stay tuned!
The 60s70s Show features any of the music from 1960 to 1979 with informal, yet informative, commentary. The central focus is on the music listeners remember but the other stations forgot. The music selection spans from chart toppers, mid-chart records, low charters, to some rarities that never charted or were never even released. Special promo 45 edits are common along with custom versions heard only on The 60s70s Show. Some of the recordings are so rare that they simply just don't exist! Many LP cuts are also available to be played. Add to that, songs that were listed on the British charts, the
Special shows have included:
The Summer Specials, aired on Fridays during June,
going back 40 and 50 years and playing all the music of those Summers.
''The Top 77 of
All Time'', with featured studio
guests, Mike Riccio Tom Natoli, a countdown of the 77 all time favorite hits, based
on listener votes, plus informative commentary. The number 77 is a tribute to WABC.
· ''The IRS Special'', with featured studio guest, Rich Appel, a countdown of listener voted favorites that missed the national top 10 plus informative commentary.
Regular features include:
· ''The #92s On This Date'' - Mike Riccio, moderator of
Oldies Message Board researches what was #92 on the national charts on this
date in the years from 1960 to 1979. Bob reads Mike's list on the air, then
listeners pick what they want to hear from that list. The result is an
interesting alternative to what is heard on other stations. This started out on
a whim a few years ago when Mike posted a list of songs on The Oldies
Message Board that were on the bottom of the national chart, #100, on that
date in history. The idea caught on and became a regular feature. After a year’s
worth it was moved up to #99. Every year it’s moved up a number to avoid
Request'' - Listeners are asked to make a request live on the air via phone or
Facebook. It is then located out of a selection of over 50,000 cuts and played
right then and there on the spot, hopefully!
Artist'' - Listeners are asked to identify the performer of an obscure
''The Mystery 'B'
Side'' - Listeners are asked to identify what was on the hit side of an obscure
''The Hour 4 Theme''
- The last hour is devoted to a listener chosen theme. It can be ANYTHING!
''The Beatles Rarity
Of The Week'' – An unreleased rehearsal, alternate take, or mix of a well-known
Beatles recording is featured.
And… ''The Snoop Scoop''!
Snoopy Mann joins us to report on what happened on this date in music history.