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  We offer 24/7 live music video and audio streaming, as well as internet radio. There’s something for everyone in our wide mix of music which features a variety of genres  .  .  .  from Ska to Reggae, from Mento to Soca, from Jazz to the Blues, and Soul and R&B and more. Check out our Schedule to see the show times for our daily music programming.  All of our hosts and support staff are volunteers who love sharing their original record collection of vinyl 45s and albums with our valued guests.  Contact Us to let us know how we are doing or share your ideas on how we can delight you even more! It’s all about the music . . .

Next Live Shows

 (Click on Agenda drop-down list and click on DAY view to see details on current and other shows.  Show times are Eastern Standard Time)
Apr
26
Sun
2015
Jazz @ the Village Hut: Live Video Show. : Sunday Morning Easy @ Burlington
Apr 26 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Vintage Vinyl – Live Video Show. Guest DJ:
Apr 26 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Billy, Clayton, Eric Jr. and Winston Host

Collectors’ Korner: Live Video Show. Guest DJs: Dorrel The Cool One
Apr 26 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Hosted by Paul Hutton. Live Video.

 

 

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Listen to several of our rare featured records on our Shop Online page!

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Mission Statement

“Our mission is to help preserve the art of vinyl record collecting, by showcasing a variety of these collections on different recording medium and presenting and elevating good music to music lovers worldwide via the Internet.”