Christmas week on Get Ready to ROCK! Radio gets all nostalgic as we look back on some of our favourites and features in 2014.
On Tuesday 23 December we announce the results of our Popular Poll to select the Top Albums of 2014 and Top Live Acts.
Already, the Get Ready to ROCK! Reviewers have made their own choices. Readers and listeners can vote from the extended list and enter a prize draw before 22 December.
And on 28 December 2014 ‘The Best Of 2014′ is a two-hour special featuring a selection of readers and reviewers choices. (22:00)
On Christmas Day, we have an end-of year showcase for the Cherry Red group of labels with a chance to win a bumper bundle of albums. ‘A Cherry Red Christmas’ is at 21:00.
Also on Christmas Day we replay some of our favourite features, including interviews with DON AIREY, RICHIE KOTZEN, STEVE HACKETT and MIKE VERNON.
And to make your festive period complete, Peter Muir returns for a special two-hour progressive fusion whilst Stuart Hamilton gets his party hat and cracker out for two shows celebrating Christmas and Country Rock.
On Sunday 21 December in the Pete Feenstra Feature, Pete chats to blues guitarist/songwriter Stevie Nimmo, whilst in his weekly Rock & Blues Show (Tuesday 23 December, 19:00) he looks back at 2014 followed by an interview with Dona Oxford.
Throughout September 2018 Get Ready to ROCK! Radio celebrated the station’s 10th anniversary and a two-hour special reflected a decade of broadcasting. “10 years in the making” features archive interviews with Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull), Todd Rundgren, Graham Bonnet, David Coverdale, John Wetton and Bob Catley.
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Power Plays w/c 3 December 2018
We play Top Albums and Live Acts as selected by the GRTR! Reviewers.
Featured Albums w/c 3 December (Mon-Fri)
09:00-12:00 Melodic Rock – featured in 2018
12:00-13:00 Melodic Hard Rock – featured in 2018
14:00-16:00 Singer Songwriter – featured in 2018
Albums That Time Forgot (Mon-Fri)
18:00-19:00 21 GUNS Nothing’s Real (1997)
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