View Full Version : Listen to online music??
March 4th, 2003, 9:29pm
Living up in the mountains of Tennessee the radio stations are limited. But through the internet I can listen to lots of good music at Live365 - The World's Largest Internet Radio Network
Right now I am listening to Gruene With Envy - country, western,
Texas/Americana - Pat Green, Cory Morrow, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Ryan Adams, REK, Jack Ingram, and more of your favorite artists. You know the ones you never hear on the radio but love to see live.
Try it out & let me know what you think>>>
March 5th, 2003, 9:00am
My computer is in denial that my speakers exist. Maybe the lucky leprechauns ran away with the sound! Thanks for the link though.
March 11th, 2003, 3:25pm
The Mac rules for music, IMHO. The Mac program iTunes is a great way to listen to music on the Internet. Mac iTunes comes with its own radio settings with a wide range of genres.
March 11th, 2003, 3:55pm
I listen to internet radio all the time. I really like that Americana/Red Dirt/Texas Hill music! There are so many good artists out there,playing so many styles. It's hard to keep up.
March 11th, 2003, 4:03pm
My lovable husband becomes a true hillbilly on Sunday's, listening to "Stainglass Bluegrass", hosted by Eddie Stubbs every Sunday morning on NPR's Internet Radio. He plays it real loud so that the kids will get up and run outside to play or do chores...very diabolical of him...He also sings along which sends me out to the garden.
The lil devil..:laugh:
March 11th, 2003, 4:10pm
I love Hober.com -- they play all the music I love and never hear on any radio stations around here. If you like acoustic, alt-folkie type music, check it out.
I also love my shortwave radio, although since I moved to Kansas, my reception is not the best -- I don't pick up nearly so many stations. Still, besides the neat music, it's always interesting to get other nation's perpectives on the news of the day, etc.
March 11th, 2003, 5:11pm
Thanks tncorgi!! I love this site. Usually when you type in let's say 80's for instance you are given a generic list of 80's pop. Here the list is quite ecclectic. Right now I'm in Durkin's Tavern and the last 3 songs have been Echo and the Bunnymen, The Cure, and right now Leonard Cohen. It sounds like a CD I would burn for myself.
Very cool, going to check out alternative-folk next and get schooled as to what that is!!
Thanks again for helping me get my groove on.
Oh, I also love the fact that you can have pre-sets and rate songs or radio stations. I'm a rating fool just ask Netflix.