The Kiwi tracks are coming up, live in The Shed

That’s right, in a very short time, in fact from 11PM Eastern tonight, that’s 3Pm Sunday in New Zealand, and 4AM in the UK, New Zealand Music month is continuing.
Four hours of fantastic Kiwi tunes.
To contact the show simply e-mail: anthony at mushroomfm dot com Or find me on Twitter: @kiwisnake
Look forward to seeing ya, like right now!

From Wales to Whales and More this Week on Come by the Hills!

It's time for another Celtic music extravaganza on Come by the Hills! Join me on Sunday at 8:00 PM for music from all over the Celtic world. We've got music from Wales and music made by Whales. We've got fiddles, harps and every instrument you cann think of! We've got a "Celtic Cover" in which Judy Collins meets Newfoundland folk group Ryan's Fancy, we've got music from the movie Titanic, and of course some great ballads and even some Celtic comedy.

The Harptones this week on The Juke In The Back

The Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.

Only the 80s Coming Up On Saturday!

Hello Listeners

I would love it if you could join me for Only the 80s on Saturday at 4 pm eastern, 9 pm in the UK on for two hours of great 80s music and features.

As always, the show is packed with loads of great music and a quiz especially for you. You can look forward to the following:

On A Cuppa At The Mosens, if you were offered sight tomorrow, would you take it?

If you were offered sight tomorrow, would you take it? That’s the topic we’re covering on this week’s global call-in show dealing with blindness issues, A Cuppa at the Mosens on Mushroom FM.

Celtic Music is Coming Soon on Come by the Hills!

Yes, it's all very exciting! In less than six hours, Come by the Hills is coming your way with another three hours of the best in Celtic music from around the world. We've got "Me Music" in the first hour, "Fiddlin' Around" in the second, and a really neat "Celtic Cover" featuring the scottish folk-rock band Wolfstone in the third hour.

The music from the last week in April 1969 concludes tonight on The Early Years on Mushroom FM

When you hear the dying strains of Van Halen's Happy Trails signalling the end of The Mosen Explosion for another week, don't touch your PC, your mobile device or your internet radio and join me in The Early Years on Mushroom FM, the home of the fun guys.
Hello, I'm Steve Cutway. Tonight, the third and final part of my survey of the top 100 songs from the last week in April 1969. I'll pick up where I left off last week at #26 and continue to #1. What will it be?

It’s New Zealand Music Month in The Shed.

Hi all, and welcome to the month of May!
Here in New Zealand it’s New Zealand Music Month.
This means for the Month of May, the Shed is going all Kiwi, with four hours of wonderful old and new Kiwi tunes each Saturday night.
Starting at 11pm Eastern, that’s 3pm Sunday in New Zealand, and 4am Sunday in the UK.
If you’d like to contact the show and send in requests for in New Zealand songs simply e-mail: anthony at mushroomfm dot com
Or find me on twitter: @kiwisnake and don’t forget to use the #MushroomFM hash tag.

Exploding into a big banana birthday month, it's The Mosen Explosion

Last week’s Mosen Explosion was broadcast live from the great month of May, even though for many listeners, it was still April because they were having trouble keeping up with us. I mean dude, we are so advanced!

But now, everyone’s made it to May, a big banana birthday month. Yes, three of the four bananas have birthdays in May ya see, which makes for a month that’s busy, and tough on the old wallet. Of course, this is no ordinary banana birthday month, since this year, we celebrate our first banana 21st.

Rockin Steady

Steve returns to join the Snowman during the first hour this week on SnowWhiteFM. Steve and the Snowman were college roommates, and know lots of good, encriminating dirt on one another. Bringing that up from time to time seems to defy resistance. So, there are always plenty of quirky stories about life in the good old days. And, there is a great playlist shaping up, and you are the vbeneficiary, as Steve and The Snowman role the hits, and chat about the music, and the unexpected memories the music evokes.
It is live radio, being produced exactly as you listen.


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