After almost six years and over 250 shows (that’s a lot of themes!) Radio Ga Ga is coming to an end on Saturday the 9th of July 2011. Join host Shaun Stokie from 10 am for two hours of his favorite tracks. Def Leppard, Bruce Springsteen & Queen are certain to get an airing but how many Duran Duran tracks will feature? And which Van Halan track will make the final program – Dreams or Jump? Listen for all of Shaun’s favorites tracks from 10 am on Saturday the 9th of July on the final edition of Radio Ga Ga. Can you guess the last song?
Just like PM Julia Gillard and the Carbon Tax, we have changed our mind and have a new theme for Radio Ga Ga on Saturday the 2nd of July. We will be presenting two hours of songs which feature the harmonica. Alanis Morissette’s Hand In My Pocket, There Must Be An Angel by Eurythmics & Love Me Do by The Beatles are just some of the great tunes you’ll hear. Join host Shaun Stokie on Radio Ga Ga for two hours of great music from 10 am on Saturday the 2nd of July. Listen out for the brilliant Stevie Wonder, who will feature on many of the tracks during the program. But can you pick which ones?
Who is the man behind Ricky Martin? Maybe we should rephrase that. Who wrote Ricky Martin’s hits “Livin’ La Vida Loca” & “Cup Of Life”? Clue: The same person who wrote “Living On A Prayer” & “You Give Love a Bad Name”. Jon Bon Jovi? No. Desmond Child. The gun song writer wrote these songs as well as huge hits for Aerosmith, Cher, Jimmy Barnes & Robbie Williams. Join host Shaun Stokie on Radio Ga Ga on Saturday the 2nd of July from 10 am for two hours of hits all written by Desmond Child. It will be one CRAZY show.
Regular listeners of Radio Ga Ga may have heard our program a few months back featuring artists who have had both hits as a solo artist and with a band. Two hours was not enough time to feature the many great peformers who have achieved this feat. Solution? Part Two! Join host Shaun Stokie on Saturday the 25th of June from 10 am for two hours of great music from the likes of Sting & The Police, Diana Ross & The Supremes and Lou Gramm & Foreigner. The weather may be as Cold As Ice but the music will be hot…
You may recall a few weeks ago when Radio Ga Ga featured two hours of great opening album tracks? If not, you probably had something better to do. We’ve now gone to the end of some great albums and pulled some of the great closing album tracks. The Sex Pistols have a crack at the record company that dumped them, Human League’s best song closes their brilliant “Dare” album & Lionel Richie says goodbye on “Can’t Slow Down” with “Hello” (?). Also, a great musical collaboration between Queen & David Bowie, a Stevie Nicks autobiographical track closes “Rumours” and the Traveling Wilburies last song on their first album meant the end of the line for Roy Orbison. So join host Shaun Stokie on Radio Ga Ga on Saturday the 4th of June from 10 am for two hours of great closing album tracks. And remember, You Can’t Always Get What You Want.