With music being available from so many different sources these days, and some of the most “popular” artists geared towards audiences that are either very young, or have widely varying tastes from XRT listeners, it’s great to see that one of America’s great rock groups, Pearl Jam, has the #1 selling album in the U.S. this week!!
Join together with XRT as we celebrate Roger Daltrey’s 70th birthday this Saturday, and the legacy of the immortal band that in their prime was considered the best and most exciting live rock and roll […]
The band’s live shows are the stuff of legend, filled with gargantuan special effects, mysterious dialogue snippets and monstrous cosmic power chords. Enjoy lots of Pink Floyd this week during our Friday Feature.
Peter’s innovative sense of showmanship, unique combination of musical influences, and his global perspective on humanity have made him a listener favorite since his days with Genesis, Chicago’s only station that’s been playing PG since Day One!
Is the concept of being leader of an American rock & roll band inconsistent with the role of frontman for a national institution? It’s been over 35 years since Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers formed […]
While we endure the chill of Chicago in January, let’s squeeze some of summer’s considerable pleasures into our weekend plans — and what better music to accompany our pursuit of sheer pleasure than reggae’s first […]
Forget the cold and feel the groove all day, thanks to Bob, Rita, Ziggy and the rest, starting with the XRT Morning Show.
We’re devoting the entire day to memorable performances originally aired as XRT Concert Exclusives, Sunday Night Concerts, Studio X broadcasts, and live in-studio appearances. We’ll also celebrate this week’s release of ON XRT, Volume 15.
Stretching across the Atlantic Ocean to Irving Park Road, Friday’s Double Feature brings Van Morrison and Wilco together here on XRT. Van Morrison’s triple platinum album Moondance was recently re-released as a Deluxe Edition featuring […]
Imagine (or remember) what FM radio sounded like back in the late 1970′s when Talking Heads first emerged. They were ahead of their time, and XRT took great pride in supporting their music from the […]