Welcome to Retrosounds Radio  an internet based radio station playing mostly music from the fifties through to the nineties. We have recruited some of the best presenters around  from  England, Scotland, Ireland , Australia  and the United States of America. So sit back and enjoy the music and thanks for listening........

The station is now available on all Alexa devices . Go to the How to Listen page for details

Back To The Arena  is a show featuring that 80's rock sound of hair metal. 

Every week, we feature a new CD that has that hair metal sound like the classic releases of Motley Crue, Poison, Def Leppard, etc...

We play the "era of hair-a" from The 80's through today.

Hosted by DCtheDJ, we play more than the same 150 songs on satellite radio.

It's a 60 minute rock party every week.

Saturday nights at 11pm and Wednesdays at 3 am

Join Mark Hanna, every Saturday between 4-p pm for 2 hours each week, when he and his Giant Jukebox play the best music of the 50s, 60s and 70s.

In addition to the songs, each show has retro Jingles and special features, such as: A Motown Memory, A Trip to the Psychedelic 60s, The Sound of Philadelphia, No Words, Just Music, and more!

BACK TO THE 70's with Kevin Larkin is an hour long journey back in time. Reliving the music and memories that defined the 1970's. Each episode includes special features like a Disco Flashback, a Meltdown Song, a 70's TV Tune and more! 


Jason Battersby is a 20 year old singer-songwriter-producer, whose music has been described as 'thought provoking and whimsical'. He explores a wide variety of musical genres and his debut EP, Leather Jacket Vintage Style, is available on Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music

Check our our new Artists page HERE where we will be compiling a list of current bands  or singers on the circuit recreating those great retro sounds from the past.  

Sadly over the past few weeks we have lost some big                         names in the world of music

Fleetwood Mac co-founder and influential blues rock guitarist Peter Green has died aged 73.

Green, from Bethnal Green in east London, formed Fleetwood Mac with drummer Mick Fleetwood in 1967.

He wrote the instantly recognisable instrumental track Albatross, which remains the band's only number one hit, plus two other early hits, Black Magic Woman and Oh Well.

Ricky Valance, whose controversial song Tell Laura I Love Her was briefly banned by the BBC, has died after a long battle with dementia. His agent confirmed the death and said he was hospitalized since March.

Steve Priest dies aged 72.The founding member of the rock band  Sweet passed away on Thursday 4th June, the band confirmed on social media. The cause of death is not yet known.

Phil May, frontman of ’60s rock band The Pretty Things, has died aged 75.

May suffered complications from emergency hip surgery and died  at hospital in Kings Lynn, a representative for the band confirmed.

May is reported to have fallen off his bicycle prior to this.


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If you enjoy listening to some current music as well why not take a listen to our  sister station Prospect Radio

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