New Music, New Specialty Shows are New Next Week

By Alan Haber Pure Pop Radio

Hey, 2017: We’re bursting out of the gate with a big year ahead, stocked full of new music, new specialty shows, new interviews, new features and, well, a whole lot of new!

As we continue to revel in the wonder and spectacle of the musical gifts we took to heart during the year gone by (thanks so much for the incredible response to our Favorite Records of the Year: Stars of 2016 feature, which you can read here), we are firmly in the thick of stocking our playlist deep with new music from your favorite recording artists and those that may well be new to you.

During the past week, we would like you to know, we added to our playlist more than 100 new songs from some of today’s most exciting melodic pop artists; the adding continues today and just about every day. As has always been our mantra, we pledge to bring to you on the radio and here within these pages the latest, catchy sounds that populate the soundtrack of your lives.

We’ll talk about and review some of these new adds to our playlist next week. In the meantime, look out for Monday’s post, which will survey a week’s worth of all-new specialty shows. Speaking of which, we’re gearing up for a new run of Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation episodes, the first of which will be coming your way on Tuesday, January 17. Starring one of our favorite artists, and concerning his passion project, a joyful celebration of a much-loved time gone by, this is a great way to kick off this year’s run of shows.

So, see you next week. Lots of things happening! You won’t want to miss a minute!


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