Circle Sunday Afternoon for Repeat Broadcasts of Pop Tunes and Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation

purepoplogoPut a big red circle around your afternoon hours for this Sunday: Repeat broadcasts of the second Pop Tunes deejay show and Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation with the Weeklings are coming your way.

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On Sunday at 3 pm ET (noon PT), a repeat of the second Pop Tunes deejay show fills your ears with a 90 minute melodic pop music soundtrack, featuring two sets of new music from such artists as Pop 4, the Corner Laughers, and the Ravines; a set that proves, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that pop music is alive; a long, extended set featuring a half-dozen songs revolving around the word “yesterday”; and much more.

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At 5 pm ET (2 pm PT) on Sunday, Alan’s interview with Glen Burtnik and Bob Burger from the Beatles-centric group, the Weeklings, airs along with a trio of classics from the band’s fab, first, self-titled album. It’s a repeat performance from Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation.

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Looking ahead to next week, we’ve got a new Pop Tunes deejay show for this Monday night at 9 pm ET (6 pm PT); and a brand-new edition on Tuesday night at 7 pm ET (4 pm PT) of Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation, with none other than Bill Lloyd, whose new single and CD-EP are now rocking the pop world. Also coming up next week: a new episode of the weekly Beatles roundtable, Things We Said Today on Thursday; a repeat edition of Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing on Monday night; and, of course, the greatest melodic pop music in the universe playing 24-hours-a-day.

There you go…your week’s all planned out and ready to pop and roll! Thanks for listening!

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