Remembering Jack Scott and 1959 music this week on The Early Years!

Like Snow White FM, The Early Years doesn't take a break either, even if there are those who wish it would. That's because The Early Years precedes Snow White FM and Snow White FM follows The Early Years. Cool that.
Syntactically, it's the end of the decade even though the Common Era started in year 1 not year 0. 60 years ago, the fifties decade was becoming the sixties decade even though the purists dispute that; just like they believe that 2020 is the end of a decade rather than the beginning of one.

SnowWhiteFM for Dec 28

In the first hour of SnowWhiteFM this week, we'll find out just who actually had a white christmas this year, and it wasn't you. We'll hear about the highway patrol officer who could run 60 miles per hour, and hear all the stupid holidays that you might otherwise have missed. That plus a great lineup of tunes from the late 60's.
Hour 2 features a rundown of the current weather around the nation, a look at this day in history, and a fun trip into the early 70's. And, we'll have coffee with Ed Potter.
And hour 3 is just some of the best darned music on the planet.

Coming up on Saturday at the Described Movies: New Year's Eve

Only on Mushroom escape:
From this Saturday at 2am Eastern, that’s 8pm Saturday in NZ, 6pm in Sydney and 7am in the UK, and repeated every four hours throughout the day , it’s the described movie New Year's Eve from 2011.

Join the Mosens at 2 PM Eastern for a Mosen Family Christmas

As we do on Christmas day every year, Bonnie and I, with some guest appearances from the bananas and others, are live with A Mosen Family Christmas on Mushroom FM. As always, it can be heard on Christmas day at 2 PM Eastern, 7 PM in the UK, that’s on Boxing Day at 8 AM in New Zealand.

We’ll have some great old Christmas stories and songs, and catch up with people from around the world about their Christmas day and how it went or is still going.

Counting them down all over again

If you missed all or some of the awesome fun and the great music you voted for, we're replaying the countdown in its entirety. The 10 hour musical and social media extravaganza begins right after Steve Cutways Canadian Christmas special at midnight Eastern as we head into Christmas morning, that's 5 AM in the UK, 6 PM in New Zealand.

Do tune in to hear the songs everyone voted for as well as some of the silliness that accompanied the music by way of our Christmas party.

One more chance to hear the 2019 countdown, exclusive to Mushroom FM.

Christmas is all about tradition

The presents are wrapped, the turkey is waiting to be stuffed and roasted (unless you're Dave), and you now can hopefully enjoy a bit of down time before the big day itself. Why not pour a glass of your favourite Christmas cheer and join me for some Christmas traditions, tonight from 09:00 until midnight North American Eastern Time on Mushroom FM.
Hi, I'm Steve Cutway. I'll have some favourite holiday stories written and/or performed by Canadian storytellers linked by holiday music performed primarily by Canadians.

Presenting Christmas with the Carpenters!

Sara Smiles is taking a break for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, but I'm going nowhere! Whether you're doing some last-minute shopping, baking, rapping or other holiday chore, why not spend a little time with me and the Carpenters on Mushroom FM? On Christmas Eve at 12:00 PM Eastern, I'll be presenting two hours of Carpenters Christmas music, live, and mostly commercial-free! We'll journey through the music as far as we can go, and I'll share some of my own memories of the music, and I hope some of yours as well.

Hey! Santa Claus: R&B Christmas, Part 1 this week on The Juke In The Back!

The Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.

It's Christmas Celtic Style, this Week on Come by the Hills!

Christmas is coming to Mushroom FM, and Come by the Hills is no exception. Join me after the big countdown and Christmas party for a Celtic and Folky festival of Yuletide spirit! We've got carols, songs and even Dylan Thomas! How can you go wrong?

We won't be live this week, but we're bringing the cheer to you as we do every year at about this time. That's Sunday night at 8:00 PM Eastern, replayed on Friday at 4:00 AM. The archive is also available at Enjoy and merry Christmas!

Got a ticket to our Christmas party? Find out where you're seated

It's the most wonderful time of the year. The time when you make a list, we check it twice, and we count down the top 100 holiday songs as chosen by you.

As part of the fun, everyone who voted received an invitation to our Christmas party. If you forgot to vote, well, you're probably on Santa's naughty list, but tomorrow we will be able to allocate you a seat at a table if you ask nicely.


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