Well, you made it! It’s the first week of ROCKtober and the weather is still fairly decent and rock music just sounds better this time of year! The Rockin’ Pop Party is no exception too! With our 2nd Annual Rock’n’Roll Nominees edition and the 4th Annual Rockin’ Pop Halloween Radio Show scheduled this month, it’s sure to only get better! That said, what’s on tap for this week’s episode?
This week’s episode of The Rockin’ Pop Party could be the first of its kind. Last week, Geno J left you with a tough choice for the “Between the Sheets: Cover Comparison” and it’s sitting right now with a stalemate! Will Salt n’ Pepa prevail or will Leo Moracchioli get his first win ever? If the tie isn’t broken, he’ll pick a winner for you and you all know what his vote will be! This week’s “Between the Sheets: Cover Comparison” should be good too though, as Santana faces off against Escape the Fate with a classic from the early 2000’s! Finally, in “The Rockin’ Hour in History” it’s just your favorite oldies from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s this week. All this, including your favorite rock, pop and country tunes from the 1980’s on up through today, your requests sprinkled in throughout the show and his friendly banter are all anticipated on this week’s episode of The Rockin’ Pop Party!
If all this sounds intriguing, do catch The Rockin’ Pop Party this Friday at 3 pm Eastern/noon Pacific, right after The Rock Vault with Brice Mull! You can get in touch with Geno J through his website by visiting https://www.itsjustgenoj.com/, where you can find past episodes of The Rockin’ Pop Party published on Mixcloud, contact him through his ‘Contact Form’ or seek him out on social media! Of course, you can always find him here on our website through his bio or make requests through our ‘Request Form’ as well. There’s plenty of ways to tune in too! Just visit our ‘Listen’ page or ask your ‘Google-assistant’ or ‘Alexa-enabled’ smart speaker or device to “play Magic 109” on TuneIn and you’re all set to go! That’s The Rockin’ Pop Party here on Magic 109, the only station breaking the radio dial!