Program Director and Show Host
Lori is a 15-year radio veteran with a passion for oldies music and a special fondness for the 1970s. She is the co-founder of Dusty Discs Radio, the Program Director for the station, and the creator, producer and host of several of the stations shows, including the internationally syndicated Deano’s Dusty Discs Golden Oldies Radio.
Classic Canadian Oldies - a salute to the Canadian Music Makers of the '60s, '70s and '80s filled with all of their hits - and a few misses.
5 am and 7 am Tuesday and Thursday
Saturday Night '70s - two hours of fun facts, artists' clips, trivia, flashbacks and, of course, music from the crazy decade of the 1970s.
5 pm and 10 pm Saturday
Administration Director and Show Host
Heather is the co-founder of Dusty Discs Radio, the Administration Director and social media guru for the station. She has a passion for the 1980s (especially the music) and is excited to bring her knowledge of all things '80s to you, the listeners.
The '80s At 8 - from ABC to ZZ Top and everything in between, it's an hour full of the music and memories of the fabulous and, at times, forgettable 1980s.
8 pm EST and PST Monday through Thursday
Dusty Discs Radio Productions
Psychedelic Psixties - an hour of far-out, way-out and trippy psychedelia from the late 1960s.
3 am and 3 pm Friday
'60s Dance Party - two hours of 1960s tunes to get you off the couch and movin' and groovin' to all of those crazy dance moves from the 60s - the twist, stroll, hop, mashed potato, and many others.
10 pm Friday
Geoff is an award-winning radio personality who has worked for numerous stations in the U.K. (including the BBC) and North America. He now produces specialist radio shows that are syndicated around the world.
Solid Gold Sixties - a jam-packed hour filled with the memorable music of the 1960s and fascinating stories on the decades top musicians, told by the man who interviewed them.
4 am and 4 pm Friday
Supersonic '70s - a full hour of the music from the wonderful 1970s, plus interviews and a quiz. What more could you want?
6 am & 4 pm Saturday
Kick Up The '80s - an hour-long trip back to the 1980s full of music, memories and interviews with top musicians from the day.
4 am and 3 pm Sunday
Frank has been an on-air personality for over four decades, working for radio stations in the Eastern U.S. For the past eight years he had produced syndicated oldies programs and now writes a weekly column "Todd's Baby Boomer Trivia". One of his recorded interviews is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum.
Todd's Top 20 - two hours of memorable music from a particular month and year in rock history, pre-historic countdowns for several years, or songs with the same theme.
7 am and 2 pm Saturday
Dave has been in broadcasting for over 40 years, working in both commercial and publicly funded radio stations in the U.K. and world-wide. He is also a voice over artist, was a driving force behind the formation of The Loughborogh Hospitals Broadcasting Service and has a special love of the 1970s.
That '70s Sound - an hour of '70s music plus “TV times” (TV theme from the '70s), “The Music Chain Quiz” (answer questions to solve the ‘chain’) , “Movie Magic” ('70s film theme) and “Disco 12 inch remix” (a track to dance to).
3 am and 9 pm Saturday
Rich has spent most of his life listening to and loving music and radio, and working in the radio, music and media businesses. He’s the author of two pop culture books (one on the 1960s, the other the 1970s) and teaches radio, broadcasting, media, public speaking and writing classes.
That Thing With Rich Appel - a weekly three-hour celebration of fast-past radio that brings back the sound - not just the songs - of the 60s and 70s. It’s an unique mix of hits, custom jingles, vintage commercials and a certified fun host.
4 pm and 9 pm Sunday
Dean lives in New York state and is the founder of Mid-York Radio Syndication. He’s worked in front of the mic as a local and syndicated radio personality and behind the scenes in sales and promotion. Dean is a big fan of Bon Jovi and other 1980s musicians.
Retro '80s Weekend - a three-hour music intensive trip back to the decade of Reagan and the Rubik’s Cube. The show features various genres of 80s music from Billy Joel to Motley Crue, R&B artists like Whitney Houston and much more.
9 am Sunday
Tom got his first taste of radio while at Boston’s Northeastern University on station WRBB. His vast music collection contains both popular and obscure songs and he loves to share them anywhere, anytime.
Motown Memories - an hour of great Motown songs by all the great Motown artists from the '60s, '70s and '80s including The Four Tops, Diana Ross & The Supremes, The Commodores and many more. Each show also features juicy information on the artist and their songs.
7 pm Monday and 1 pm Saturday
"Big Bob" is a Detroit, Michigan native passionate about bringing back “Old Time Rock & Roll”. His database contains tunes from a variety of popular groups, one-hit wonders and even cover bands.
Memory Lane Show - a three-hour return to “Old Time Rock & Roll” featuring charted hits, one-hit wonders and covers from the '60s and '70s. If you remember the Motown Sound, Drive-In Movies and Cruising Main Street then sit back, listen, enjoy and reminisce with the tunes that will never die.
7 pm Friday
Dan and TL
Dan is a 20+ year radio veteran known as “the man with a million voices” and a huge Elvis aficionado. Author TL is long-time Elvis fan and fabulist who weaves her knowledge into novels and stories known as ‘Elvis-fiction’.
Blue Suede Connection - two hours of Elvis, Elvis, Elvis! - weekly themed shows where fun and laughs mix with the music of the King of Rock n' Roll.
9 am Saturday and 7 am Sunday
Dick is a musician and DJ who toured nationally with a '60s group called The Brymers. In 1968 he recorded a psychedelic album with a group called Fapardokly (Merrell Fankhauser). Dick has a wealth of knowledge on the 60’s garage rock scene particularly in California. He is friends with many 60’s garage rockers and features regular interviews with these musicians on his radio show/podcast.
Dick Lee and '60s Garage Rock From California - a one hour show featuring great California Garage Rock along with the hits of the day. Take a romp through the 60's with Dick Lee and his co-host “The Iceman” as they bring you a show that is “like listening to late 1960’s radio with a Dick Clark and Wolfman Jack feel”.
6 pm Monday and 7 am Friday
A native of Philadelphia, Ryan has been spinnin' the wax for many years on terrestrial radio and internet stations. He has a vast knowledge of, and a great love for, soul and oldies music. Spend some time with him and see for yourself!
Grooveline - two hours of the best soul music of the '60s through the '80s (with just a sprinkle of '50s and '90s for good measure). A sides, B sides, rare cuts - plus weekly requests and dedications.
1 pm Monday and 6 pm Wednesday
Dan is a Chicago native who grew up listening to classic top 40 tunes. He became a popular radio personality and enjoyed a successful career in TV (with the likes of Showtime and TV Guide) and in TV technology developing interactive program guides and multiplayer interactive trivia games for cable TV.
Dan Sweeney’s One Hit Wonders - one hour of the forgotten “one and done” USA Top 40 hits plus unique stories on the artists (including “where are they now” updates) and the songs. You’ll also hear trivia, jingles, and movie and pop culture news from the showcased years.
1 pm Wednesday and 7 pm Sunday
Kurt actually sat behind the microphone and played the hits during the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s. In 2000 he began producing and hosting his syndicated radio shows called ‘Take You Back with Kurt David’ and after a few years he added ‘Songwriter’s Search with Kurt David’.
Take You Back - The '80s - two hours of 1980s music, and the memories it evokes, bundled in weekly themes which zero-in on a time or type of music from that decade and combined ‘Songwriter’s Search with Kurt David’
3 am and 2 pm Sunday