Beatles’ 50th Anniversary Broadcast on Afterburn Radio

While you’re waiting for this evening’s special Beatles’ Anniversary show on television (7 or 8 pm on CBS, check your local listings) or for those of you who just don’t “do” TV, give a listen to my all-day, all-Beatles broadcast on http://afterburn.caster.fm – I’ll be pulling from the entire Beatles discography; not just the hits, but rare, obscure, and deep tracks too. Over ten hours of nothing but awesome Beatles music. ¬†Give it a listen.

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3 responses to “Beatles’ 50th Anniversary Broadcast on Afterburn Radio

  1. Just so you know, the afterburn page declined to post my comment. Anyway, good selection of Beatles music.

  2. Hi Mike,

    It sounds good. I like the streaming fidelity. I’m boondocking in FL right now and don’t have a lot of bandwidth (hope to get that changed and move to Mllennicom very shortly. Then I’ll be able to stream more stuff. But, seriously, it sounds great and Go Beatles! It’s hard to believe it’s been 50 years. I remember watching that Ed Sullivan show when I was 18 years old. Sheesh!

    Cheers,
    Ed

  3. Ed Helvey - The Professional Nomad

    Hi Mike,

    I don’t know if the first comment I made will show up or not, just delete this one if the other shows up.

    Sounds Great! I impressed with the fidelity of the stream. I’m boondocking in FL right now and have limited bandwidth on my wireless service, but plan to change that soon with the addition of a Milennicom account. But, it really sounds great. I remember seeing that Ed Sullivan Show 50 years ago, I was 18 years old at the time, Freshman in college. Go Beatles.

    Cheers,
    Ed

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