Monday, June 26, 2017

PROG & ROLL Radio Show, including the Song of the Month contest (25/6/2017). The complete playlist and more.

  Last night, the last Prog & Roll radio show of June was on air; which means that the show was including the Song of the Month contest.
  We had a rather upbeat playlist prepared, including songs from many different genres and sub-categories once more, and as it seemed our listeners enjoyed it.
  We had a good crowd listening, from many countries once more, including Greece, England, Germany, Finland and United States.
  During the 4th part, we did the Song of the Month contest, where we played the songs that gathered the highest average rating through the whole month, and our listeners had to grade them once more. At the end of the show, the song with the highest average rating, was announced as the song of the month, and already took its place in Prog & Roll's annual Top-10 song list.
  We listened to some very good songs during the contest, but there was one which in our opinion was the absolute favourite. And as it seemed we were right! So, according to our listener's grades, the Song of the Month for June is: Heaven and Hell by Black Sabbath!
Here you can take a look at the whole playlist from last night:

1st Part: STEVE WYNN: Black Magic / GREEN ON RED: 16 Ways / NEIL YOUNG: Rockin in a Free World / BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: Darlington County / THE ROLLING STONES: Mixed Emotions.
2nd Part: AC DC: Highway to Hell / CULT: Fire Woman / ACCEPT: Balls to the Wall / IRON MAIDEN: Fear of the Dark (Live).
3rd Part: ANTON ROOLAART: Gravity / MOSTLY AUTUMN: Once Round the Sun / CREDO: The Letter / FLYING COLORS: Kayla.
4rth Part - The Song of the Month contest: ROGER WATERS: Déjà vu (Av.Rating: 7.62) / CAMEL: Air Born (Av.Rating: 8.69) / CELLAR NOISE: Underground Ride (Av.Rating: 8.13) / DEEP PURPLE: Burn (Av.Rating: 9.08) / BLACK SABBATH: Heaven & Hell (Av.Rating: 9.29)
I would like to thank all those who listened to Prog & Roll last night. I hope you enjoyed it!
Prog & Roll will be online again, on Sunday the 2nd of July, at 20.00 UK time as usual.
Take care!

No comments:

Post a Comment