Area Rock Station Turns to Top 40 Format--Now What?

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transistor.jpgWith the advent of satellite radio, maybe this shouldn't be a concern but when one of the last vestiges of rock music airwaves turns again to the programmed streams of Beyonce and Justin Timberlake songs you can find on one hundred other stations, where do you turn? K-Rock, 92.3 FM, is clearing its channel of rock and opting instead for Top 40 tunes only. Since G-Rock went down the same corporate road two months ago, those of us who still spin a dial hoping to catch cool old rock and new music alike are now at a complete loss. Or are we? Fordham University college radio, at the bottom of the dial, offers an alternative, and NPR offers some eclectic music choices, and 101.9FM has a good new music/old music mix, but is there a gem of an alternative/new music station out there that we don't know about but you do? If so, cough it up. To paraphrase  a Top 40 favorite, "Please Don't Stop the (Alternative) Music." Save our summer, music fans--it's not right to be hearing the same exact song blaring out of every car window into the hot summer air!

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Try Seton Hall's Pirate Radio - 89.5 FM.

104.3 still plays rock.

105.5 on free radio makes up for it. 94.1 on a clear day

That is why I listen to Sirius radio. Any type of music I'm in the mood to hear, no commercials!

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