Two hours of great music that was the 70's.
Rewind To The 70's can be played as a 1 or 2 hour show.
Ideal for most classic hits Radio Stations.
Colin French plays the hits and forgotten classics of the 70's researched via the British New Musical Express, Billboard Hot 100 and the 2UE Top 40 from Australia to bring you the best music.
The 70's when Director Francis Ford Coppola dominated the Oscars with The Godfather and The Godfather Part 2. Other movies of the decade were Jaws, Close Encounters Of The Third Kind, American Graffiti, Chinatown and Saturday Night Fever.
On the box All In The Family, M*A*S*H, The Walton's, Happy Days and the epic mini series Roots became the menu of the week.
The Beatles broke up in 1970. Groups like Bread, The Carpenters mellowed out the charts with soft rock. Elton John, The Eagles, Paul McCartney, The Doobie Brothers and Chicago packed stadiums.
Dance music and Discos took the 70's to new heights. Rewind To The 70's can be heard each week on your station NOW.
The show can be presented on your station as a 1 or 2 hour program and is recorded as a 128kps mp3 in either a full hour format or 4 segments per hour. The choice is yours how you broadcast the show .
The program is uploaded to a storage file and can be downloaded weekly via link or Dropbox account.
Have a listen to the our demo below and contact me via email@example.com for the weekly link.
HB This program is available for download each weekend complete with a playlist written in a Excel file .
HEARD ON GREAT RADIO STATIONS AROUND THE WORLD
Indie3 (formerly Radio 11-3X) Radio
Atlantic Radio UK
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Bay City Gold
Bwgcolman Radio 97.3 Palm Island QLD AUST
Classic Rock XL
Easy 96.3 FM
Experience FM 103.9 Indianapolis Indiana USA
Hawaiian Pacific Radio
Harwich Old Town Radio
Huskerville Radio Lincoln Nebraska
KOGY 95 Oklahoma
The Mix FM
Mad Wasp Radio
My Big Oldies
Pure Gold Benitachell Spain.
QRAM Network (12 Stations) NORTHERN QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA
Rag FM 107.7
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Seymour FM 103.9
The Flashback Radio