ABOUT:

WELCOME TO ALBUM ROCK WXYG.

 

If you grew up listening to underground, progressive rock, free form radio, or if you're just discovering or re-discovering the golden age of rock for the first time, we think you will be really happy that you have finally found your radio home.

 

We are returning to a better time when radio played all the great music - GENRES BE DAMNED!  Thousands and thousands of the greatest album rock songs ever recorded.  This is not a classic rock station where they play the same 200 songs over and over again.  This is album rock WXYG.

 

You will be able to listen to us over the air or you can tune in to our high quality internet stream.  Please feel free to suggest your favorite songs to us.  We will do our best to play them for you.  We welcome your suggestions and feedback.  Please let us know how we're doing.  The folks here at album rock "The Goat" who by the way are local owners and operators, hope that you love our new broadcast adventure as much as we love bringing it to you.  Now presenting a new age in broadcast radio - radio that returns the power of great music TO THE PEOPLE.

 

Please enjoy....Ladies and Gentlemen - ALBUM ROCK WXYG.

 

NEW GOAT T-SHIRTS:

Hey it’s time we let you know…that the new black, 100% Cotton, long-sleeved Goat shirts are in! We now have them sorted and ready to sell for just $20.

Stop by the station at 1010 2nd St. N. in Sauk Rapids or go to www.redhousecashconnection.com to get yours.  ( Map )


It’s a limited edition design so once they’re gone, they’re gone. But until then every day is Black shirt Friday for Goat fans.


So stuff a stocking and get your Goat on!
 

 

 

GOAT BUMPER STICKERS:

HOW TO GET YOURS...

 

1) Anywhere that Al Neff or The GOAT are appearing, there will be stickers.

2) Come by the WXYG studios in the “Red House” Mon-Fri during Business Hours.

3) Send us a Stamped, Self Addressed envelope. The stickers are 5” X 6” in size, so please send a “size appropriate” envelope, because you wouldn’t want us to fold your sticker.

The Address to send for your sticker is :
GOAT BUMPER STICKER
c/o TRI COUNTY BROADCASTING
1010 2ND STREET NORTH
SAUK RAPIDS, MN 56379

 

STREAMING:

LISTEN ONLINE.

 

Album Rock WXYG "The Goat" is online and mobile.  You can listen wherever you are as long as you have your computer and an internet connection or a portable phone.  If you can't hear audio or the player doesn't start, please  make sure you have installed Adobe's Flash Player (HERE)

 

*  FIREFOX USERS:  be sure to disable your AdBlocker before trying to load the add on.

 

 

ANDROID USERS:

Got an android phone:  Our regular streaming provider does support android phones...however...There's a great app that we found for Android phones at www.tunein.com that carries our live stream.  By the way is also supports iPhone, iPad, Palm, Blackberry, Samsung, Yahoo TV, Google TV and Roku.

 

 

 

CONCERTS:

UPCOMING SHOWS

BOB SEGER & SILVER BULLET BAND

Wednesday, December 12

Xcel Energy Center

ELTON JOHN

Thursday, February  21, 2019

Target Center

 

 

ELTON JOHN

Friday, February  22, 2019

Target Center

 

 

 

SUNDAY'S LONG PLAY

In the world of Progressive Rock, 1968 may well have been the greatest year of all. The diversity alone is astounding. "The Long Play with Al Neff" is a continuing Sunday Evening feature on The GOAT. Every Sunday Evening, Album Rock WXYG, The GOAT features a full album at 8:00 PM from the halcyon musical days of 1968.

Tune in Next Sunday evening, December 16th, when The GOAT’S Feature Album will be the Third Album from CREAM, “Wheels Of Fire”.
Cream's third album was planned to be a double album on which Atco Records' producer Felix Pappalardi and the group would include several live performances. The group and Pappalardi had, in July and August 1967, recorded studio material at IBC Studios in London, and at Atlantic Studios in New York City during September and October of the same year. Additional studio material was recorded at Atlantic Studios in January and February 1968, during a break from the band's heavy tour schedule. The following month, Pappalardi ordered for a mobile recording studio in Los Angeles to be shipped to the Fillmore Auditorium and the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. Six shows were recorded in San Francisco by Pappalardi and recording engineer Bill Halverson, and extra performances not included on Wheels of Fire ended up on Live Cream and Live Cream Volume II.

The recording engineers on disc one were Tom Dowd and Adrian Barber, the songs on disc two were recorded by Bill Halverson and the performances on the second disc were mixed by Adrian Barber. The artwork for the album was by Martin Sharp who had also done the artwork for Disraeli Gears. The photography was by Jim Marshall.

The band's drummer Ginger Baker co-wrote three songs for the album with pianist Mike Taylor. Bassist Jack Bruce co-wrote four songs with poet Pete Brown. Guitarist Eric Clapton contributed to the album by choosing two older blues songs.

For the second disc, Felix Pappalardi chose "Traintime" because it featured Jack Bruce performing a harmonica solo, and "Toad" because it features Ginger Baker's drumming while "Spoonful" and "Crossroads" were used to showcase Eric Clapton's guitar playing.

Tune In and Turn On, Next Sunday Evening, December 16th, and every Sunday evening at 8:00 PM for The GOAT'S "The Long Play with Al Neff".

 

 

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Into the Music is a series of radio profiles which highlights the artists, events, eras and evolution that shaped the sounds of popular music.

Into the Music provides listeners with a concise entry-point and guide to rock, pop, blues & folk music.

Into the Music is created by Hwy. 61 Productions to provide an informative, entertaining resource for each listener's own mission of musical discovery.

Our goal is to spread the sound and story of music through radio syndication, to as many people as possible... and help get them more deeply into the music.

 

Al Neff is a 30+-year radio veteran who has been refining the Into the Music concept for the past decade. He has a Master's degree in Popular Culture Studies and a black belt in Rock Trivia.

 

SHOW SCHEDULE:  December 10 to December 15, 2018 

Dec 10 - John Lennon 1

Dec 11 - John Lennon 2

Dec 12 - Gram Parsons

Dec 13 - Bob Marley 1

Dec 14 - Bob Marley 2

Dec 15 - Steve Winwood

 

 

 

F.C.C DISCLAIMER:

This station does not discriminate in the sale of commercial time, and will not accept advertising which, in its sole opinion, is purchased with an intent to discriminate unlawfully on the basis of race, gender, or ethnicity. The advertiser hereby certifies that its purchase of commercial time is not made for an unlawful discriminatory purpose, including specifically that it is not based upon a decision to place advertising on a station on the basis of race, gender, or ethnicity.

 

 

 

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