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What's on The Living Years this week?

The Living Years is MushroomFM's new daily show featuring the great music from the 1970s and 1980s presented by myself Gordon Luke.

Each day we look back at the events from the musical history and celebrate the birthdays of people from the music industry.

The Mosen Explosion: with eyes that don't see in the dark

Welcome! I just dropped in, to see what condition your condition is in, and to tell you that we are exploding once again on the mighty marvellous Mushroom FM.

Toot! Toot! Toot! It's the Birthday Bonair

Toot! Toot! Toot! It’s the birthday Bonair! Saturday 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. EST on Mushroomfm.com and in all your fav music apps. I’m back from the Romance Writers of New Zealand conference and will be sharing the love with lots of funny stories and antic dotes from four days with 130 women wordsmiths, two men who hold the pen, and a Hollywood screenwriter. But more important, it’s my birthday, so I will be playing all the songs I love and yours too, if you wish me a happy birthday.

Start your weekend by going bakc in time to the 50s

Hi, I'm Steve Cutway. Come with me and get Lost in the 50s today at 5 PM North America Eastern Time on Mushroom FM, the home of the Fun Guys.
39 years ago this past Tuesday, Elvis Presley was found dead in his Graceland mansion bathroom from what would be determined was a drug overdose. He was only 42, young from this fun guy's perspective.

Tune in for the Songs that Started it All this Week on Come by the Hills!

Yes, it's another opening of another show here on Mushroom FM, and in honour of my first Celtic music show this week, I'm going to be playing some of the songs that started it all for me, the songs which began my journey into this diverse and wonderful genre.

We'll hear from such leading musical lights as: Loreena McKennitt, The Cheiftains, Steeleye Span and others, and of course we'll have our features.

Come with me and get Lost in the 50s

Hi, I'm Steve Cutway inviting you to come with me and get Lost in the 50s, Monday to Friday at 5 PM North America Eastern Time on Mushroom FM, the home of the Fun Guys.
39 years ago this past Tuesday, Elvis Presley was found dead in his Graceland mansion bathroom from what would be determined was a drug overdose. He was only 42, young from this fun guy's perspective.

Remembering Elvis today on Lost in the 50s

Hi, I'm Steve Cutway. Join me today at 5 PM Eastern for Lost in the 50s on Mushroom FM.
Yesterday was the 39th anniversary of Elvis's death at the age of 42. I began a retrospective of all his singles from 1954-59, hits and non-hits. I got as far as the Fall of 1956. I'll continue today, finishing 1956 and starting 1957, the two years that produced many of his best singles.
I look forward to getting Lost in the 50s with you, Monday to Friday at 5 PM Eastern on Mushroom FM, the home of the fun guys, making magic mushroom memories.

Come with me and get Lost in the 50s

Were you around in the 50s? Were you born too late? Either way, relive the music from the
decade when rock and roll was born. Hi, I’m Steve Cutway, inviting you to join me and get Lost
in the 50s weekdays between 5 and 6 PM Eastern Time on Mushroom FM. Together, we’ll
remember the best music from the decade that changed the sound of music forever, the 1950s.
You’ll hear music from before the birth of rock as well as during its first five years of life. So
make a date (that’s what we did in the 50s) to join me, Steve Cutway, and get Lost in the 50s,

Anthony is back, live in the Shed!

That’s right, after a week away, I’m live from 11pm Eastern tonight.
That’s 3PM Sunday and good old New Zealand, and 4am Sunday in the UK.
It’s the usual four hours of madness, mayhem, and everything else in between.
The live and loud segment is back, as well as the triple threat.
As always if you wish to stop me playing whatever I want, simply requests songs by e-mailing: anthony at mushroomfm dot com
Or find me on Twitter: @kiwisnake
Look forward to seeing ya!

Mushroom Fm's new format, with cool new interactive features, explained

It’s a big day for us at Mushroom FM on Monday, as from 12 AM, we become the station we hope you’ll choose when you’re in the mood for four decades of magic Mushroom memories. So what exactly does that mean, and what is the station going to sound like?

Our primary purpose will be to bring you music from the 1950s through to the 1980s. Much of the time, you’ll hear a great blend of music from all four decades, and in a cool new interactive feature on our website, you can have a say in what we play. More on that in a bit.

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