What radio stations play only oldies music from the 50s and 60s?


Quick Answer

There are many radio stations dedicated to music from the 1950s and '60s on regional radio, satellite radio, and Internet radio. Pandora Radio and Sirius XM both offer multiple stations dedicated to oldies that are broadcast nationally and around the world.

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Every major metropolitan area in the United States is home to at least one oldies station. New York City is home to WCBS at 101.1 FM, WLS at 94.7 serves the Chicagoland area, and KVPI at 92.5 is available in the greater Los Angeles area.

Internet radio stations from Pandora Radio are broadcast throughout the world for those with an Internet connection. Pandora Radio hosts an oldies station titled "Oldies, 50's & 60's". While this station can be enjoyed at no cost, free users are subject to the occasional commercial break. Commercial-free radio is available from Pandora for $4.99 per month or $54.89 per year as of 2015, according to Pandora.com.

Sirius XM provides oldies radio via satellite. Subscriptions as of 2015 are available for as low as $10.99 per month and as high as $19.99 per month, according to Siriusxm.com. Popular oldies stations include "Oldies Party" which plays popular songs from both the 1950s and '60s, and "60s on 6", a station that only plays popular songs from the 1960s.

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