Welcome to Radio Crystal Blue’s home page!
12/26/20: Sirsy wins Artist of the Year title for 2020. Updates are on the Chart page.
The Radio Crystal Blue Timeline pages are now live. It intends to be a living, breathing, museum piece, a collection of media, plus other stuff, as I tell RCB history. 2000-2010 history is included, with later years soon to follow. It remains open for submissions.
12/6/20: Posted initial Timeline page for 2012
Or, ask Siri or Alexa.
Latest RCB and RCB Novus Ordo programs were published on 2/4/21
Next podcast for the main show only is a holiday edition to be published by 2/15/21
CD Focus segments introduces outstanding concept and compilation albums, aired track-for-track.
Twin Vision, veteran radio promoters, recently imparted to Dan Herman the following: “..we always inform these labels and artists that you have the longest running adult alternative internet station.“
Artist Of The Year: Sirsy
Album Of The Year: “Good Good Man” – Vance Gilbert
EP Of The Year: “Birds” – Fred Gillen Jr.
Best New Artist: Nobody’s Girl
Best Tribute Album: Gretchen Peters “The Night You Wrote That Song – A Tribute To Mickey Newbury”
More awards to be announced.
Most shows since 2014 are permanently archived at www.archive.org
ARCHIVE of older shows prior to 2012 is a long-term project I have. First show recently got published to the Internet Archive That show is available only here (April 11, 2004) A show from April 9, 2006 is available exclusively here
Newest addition to the Archive is a show dated September 18, 2005
Also you may pledge financial support at Anchor.fm
In addition I air RCB Novus Ordo, spinning one song from 8 different CDs and presenting a bio of each artist. Yes, I accept downloads too, tho CDs are preferable.
All content is free to share via Creative Commons under the terms non-commercial, non-derivative, full attribution. If you want to use material from the show, the easiest way to go about it is to share the player at the .mp3 or RSS feed.
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Please do NOT confuse this site with the .com version, which I did own until 2015. An unscrupulous web registrant company sold it off and I’ve not been able to get the site ever since. The .net is mine.
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