KLOVE RADIO STATION - INTERNET RADIO COUNTRY CLASSIC
Klove Radio Station
- Radio broadcasting is an audio (sound) broadcasting service, broadcast through the air as radio waves (a form of electromagnetic radiation) from a transmitter to a receiving antenna.
- station for the production and transmission of AM or FM radio broadcasts
- (Radio Stations) NKU has two radio stations hosted by NKU faculty, staff and students. WNKU-FM (89.7) broadcasts jazz, world music and other alternative selections. Norse Code Radio is NKU’s online student-run radio station.
- K-LOVE is a Contemporary Christian music radio programming service in the United States operated by the Educational Media Foundation. As of April 2009, K-LOVE's programming is carried on 430 FM stations and translators in 44 states.
klove radio station - K-Love Presents
K-Love Presents Ultimate Christmas Hits
TRACK LIST: 1. Santa Claus is Coming to Town (Natalie Grant) 2. Glory (Big Daddy Weave) 3. Go Tell it on the Mountain (NeedToBreathe) 4. You're Here (Francesca Battistelli) 5. Silver Bells (Plum) 6. When Love Was Born (Mark Schultz) 7. Little Drummer Boy (Point of Grace) 8. Joy to the World (Fernando Ortega) 9. He Has Come for Us - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Meredith Andrews) 10. O Come, O Come Emmanuel (Selah) 11. Hallelujah, Light has Come (Barlowgirl) 12. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Mikeschair)89%
K-Love's RSJ Interview
Another radio station booth set up in the Convention Center. This one is taken while they were interviewing Rebecca St. James.
Killylane Radio Station
Abandoned WWII radio station used to control the Western Approaches
klove radio station
Jack and Frank Baker are stuck in a rut. Playing the same tired tunes night after night, the brothers are in desperate need of change. So when they meet a sultry songbird named Susie Diamond, their future starts to sparkle. But when life in the limelight brings old rivalries to the surface as Jack and SusieÂ's relationship heats up, the Baker boys soon find their act Â– and their lives Â– growing more entertaining than either of them may be able to handle!
An inspired casting gimmick, a wonderful mood, a grown-up love story--all this in The Fabulous Baker Boys, but the only thing anybody ever talks about is Michelle Pfeiffer on top of a piano. Granted, it's a showstopper: clad in a slinky dress, Pfeiffer rolls around on the Steinway while she purrs out a languid version of "Makin' Whoopee." Adding to the seductive vibe is the fact that she's not singing to the audience, but to the sullen piano player (Jeff Bridges) whose fancy she has captured. Bridges and his real-life brother, Beau, play two lounge entertainers whose act has grown stale; they're not above doing "Feelings" for the tourist crowd. They've hired songbird Pfeiffer (who does her own sexy singing) to spice up the routine, a strategy that pays off in spades. The three actors are terrific, with the fabulous Bridges boys playing neatly off their own sibling rhythms. Writer-director Steve Kloves captures the feel of second-rate Seattle clubs, and Dave Grusin's jazzy score keeps propelling the film forward. The story itself might have come from a 1940s romance, yet Kloves and his actors keep it unusually modern and thoughtful. And then there's Michelle Pfeiffer rolling around on top of a piano.... --Robert Horton