It’s Friday and it’s time for other session of THC (if you can handle it). Volume 4 will reflect the cover choices going out over the PA systems on July 27th this past decade. While downloading this batch of treats, remember to share with your friends and be sure to always pass to the left.
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It’s time for your third installment of jamming soundboard covers taking place on this date (July 13th) over the past decade otherwise known as THC (Today’s Historical Covers) – Volume 3.
Endless Boundaries Jam Radio WBZC-FM Philadelphia/South Jersey 12.17.11 #685 * = new to rotation -6pm- Big Gigantic: Nocturnal (Single Ep)* Keller Williams: Positive (Bass)* Gramatik and Break Science: Boogie Down (Single Ep)* Collie Buddz: Feel So Good (Single Ep)* Dubtroni Kru: Murderer (Single Ep) Maxi Priest: Flying High (Cool and Deadly Riddim)* The […]
So last night to close the Endless Boundaries broadcast on Z889 was a free holiday track I discovered a few years ago during the season, but still very new to a lot of listeners.
As Hidden Track reported yesterday, Led Zeppelin Tribute, Bustle in Your Hedgerow, will return to the Brooklyn Bowl this Winter on January 26th and 27th!
Earlier this month we celebrated the 40th Anniversary of Led Zeppelin’s Led Zeppelin IV and now it’s time to do the same with The Doors’ L.A. Woman.
Today, November 8th, marks a monumental point in rock and roll history with Led Zeppelin releasing Led Zeppelin IV back in 1971. An album that would go on to be the third best selling album of all time in the U.S., and being certified 23x Platinum.
Tonight kicks of the annual Endless Boundaries Gives Thanks giveaways happening all month long. And what better way to start saying THANKS for the support of EB Jam Radio, then is by giving you a chance to win tickets to see The String Cheese Incident.
Continuing to gear up for the Endless Boundaries Halloween Radio special (Ep.#679) which will feature covers intertwined with devilish-horror music and sound effects, I figured I would begin to offer up a few covers leading up to the broadcast on Saturday night.