SuperNova Radio

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Art for Call Me by Chris Montez

Call Me

Chris Montez

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  1. Art for I Saw the Light by Hank Williams

    I Saw the Light

    Hank Williams

  2. Art for Go All the Way by The Raspberries

    Go All the Way

    The Raspberries

  3. Art for (Don't Fear) The Reaper by Blue Öyster Cult

    (Don't Fear) The Reaper

    Blue Öyster Cult

  4. Art for Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall by Ella Fitzgerald & the Ink Spots

    Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall

    Ella Fitzgerald & the Ink Spots

  5. Art for April in Paris by Count Basie

    April in Paris

    Count Basie

  6. Art for California Nights by Lesley Gore

    California Nights

    Lesley Gore

  7. Art for This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You) by The Isley Brothers

    This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You)

    The Isley Brothers

  8. Art for The Green Grass Starts to Grow by Dionne Warwick

    The Green Grass Starts to Grow

    Dionne Warwick


Our format refuses to be pigeonholed, but might best be expressed as “Eclectic Gold.” Music today is all about variety: Classical, Jazz, C&W, R&B, AC, Rhythmic AC, Adult Top 40, Soul, Oldies, Classic Hits, AOR, Nostalgia, AAA, etc. The average music station is usually niche-specific and doesn’t go beyond a self-defined boundary. Supernova Radio returns to the days of Top 40 programming in the 1960s, where you will hear the Beach Boys, the Statler Brothers, Black Sabbath, the Temptations, Cannonball Adderley, Jack Jones, the Serendipity Singers, or Miriam Makeba on the same station. Access to diverse music is much broader today, but most everyone’s focus has become more narrowly defined. Supernova Radio hopes to change that focus, and return to the days when you might hear anything on one station, and not know what might come up next. Supernova Radio generates excitement for the listener, especially those who have a broad listening palate. Combine this with some elements of classic Top 40 radio, and a new, exciting, unpredictable station is created.