Also in the Rock School series
7th Anniversary: Best Seller by State
A tour of the 50 states featuring the best selling rockers from each.
Rock and Roll Hotels
A tour around the world of the hotels made famous and infamous by rock stars. From the New York Dolls stay in New Orleans to numerous rocker visits to The Phoenix in San ...
Vocal nodules and Polyps
Some rockers owe their distinct voices to vocal nodules and polyps. This week we explore what these defects are, which musician's have them and the impact it's had on their music.
Rock Star Patents
Some savvy musicians created and own patents for items used in the music industry. A few of these innovators own multiple patents and make a bit of coin to help fund their ...
Can You Live on one Song?
It's an hour of singles that bankrolled comfortable lifestyles for their creators. We explore what it takes and who was able to write music that pays big royalties over a ...
The Worst Gig
Rockers live to perform. However, sometimes things go horribly wrong. This week Rock School explores the worst gigs in rock history. From broken equipment to rioting ...
Several rock acts have traveled the world to perform for fans one last time. Then they did it again, and again, and once again. This week we look at the farewell tour and ...
British Invasion - Part Two
From the start of split opinions to The Monkees, this week we explore the pinnacle of the British Invasion of American music.
Get ready for songs that are quite literally out of this world. This week's show covers the songs on the golden Voyager probes and other songs that have been blasted into spaaaaace. Also find out what songs and artists get the most play in spaaaaace.
Timing and Cues
Note: Features 1 minute music bed during both breaks.
Floating Break OQ: "Back in a minute - Rock School."
|Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time)||Elton John||Honky Château.||Uni Records||1972||04:41|
|Johnny B. Goode||Chuck Berry||Chuck Berry Is on Top.||Chess Records||1959||02:41|
|Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground||Blind Willie Johnson||Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground (Single).||Columbia Records||1927||03:21|
|Here Comes the Sun||The Beatles||Abbey Road.||Apple Records||1969||03:05|
|Melancholy Blues||Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven||Melancholy Blues (Single).||Okeh Records||1927||03:09|
|Miracles||Jefferson Starship||Red Octopus.||Grunt Records||1975||03:25|
|Houston||Dean Martin||Houston.||Reprise Records||1965||02:43|
|City of New Orleans||Arlo Guithre||Hobo's Lullaby.||Rising Son Records||1972||04:31|
|Return to Sender||Elvis Presley||Girls! Girls! Girls!.||RCA Records||1962||02:09|