Juke in the Back

Saturday Night / Sunday Morning
Midnight - 1 am (1 hour)

At the end of the Second World War, economics forced the big bands to trim their once great size and thus, the Jump Blues combo was born. Between 1946-1954, rhythm and blues laid the tracks for what was to become Rock n’ Roll.

So how come, nearly 60 years later, this vibrant and influential music is still so unknown to so many? Matt The Cat is going to change that with the radio program, 'Juke In The Back.' These were the records that you couldn’t hear on the jukebox in the front of the establishment. To hear all this great 1950s rhythm & blues, you had to go to the 'Juke In The Back.'

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Our Programs

Sunday Night     6 pm - Midnight
with Dusty Rhodes

A Tri-State Tradtion.

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Hourly     Bottom of the hour
High quality on-air weather forecasts without the high price

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Sunday Afternoon     3 pm - 6 pm
with Cool Bobby B

Pennsylvania, 1957, an intruder breaks the flimsy lock on a radio station's transmitter room, boosts the power to 1,000,000 watts and starts broadcasting street-corner Doo-Wop records throughout the Eastern Seaboard.

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Saturday Night     9 pm - 11 pm
with Bryan B.

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Saturday Afternoon     4 pm - 6 pm

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Sunday     10 am - 1 pm
with Chuck Taylor

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Friday Night     10 pm - Midnight
with Jeff Williams

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Saturday Night / Sunday Morning     Midnight - 1 am
with Matt the Cat

Kick off 'OLDIES SUNDAY' with Matt the Cat.
Playing the 1940s & ’50s Rhythm & Blues.

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Saturday     6 pm - 9 pm
with Rich Appel

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