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The Meltdown Ends June With A New Feature And A Controversial Cover Comparison

June is coming to an end, and on Tuesday June 30, Wes’s Musical Meltdown will be here to rock your world with new tunes, requests, the Cover Comparison, and a new music news feature. Join me, 7:00 PM East/4:00 Pacific. Point your browser to https://www.magic109.com, find Magic 109 on TuneIn, or tell smart speakers “Play Magic 109 on TuneIn”. Want to hear something? No genre is off-limits. Http://tunes.wesderby.net is the request page.

This week, we have new music from Eric Church, Seether, Goo Goo Dolls, Ryan Hurd, and so many more. In addition, the Cover Comparison will pit Soundgarden against Sevendust. Our own Doc, of House Calls fame, has assured me he will have comments on this one. In addition, I bring you a new music news feature to kick off the third hour. Hoping to make this a weekly feature, so we’ll see how it goes.

Join me for the fun tomorrow night, and every Tuesday, 7:00 PM East/4:00 PM Pacific on Magic 109.

A Double Dose Of The Meltdown Comes to Magic 109 This Week

It’s almost Tuesday, and you know what that means. Wes Derby will be back with you for another weekly edition of Wes’s Musical Meltdown. Not only that, but he’ll be with you Friday as well, filling in for The Rock Vault. Join him tomorrow from 7:00-10:00 PM East/4:00-7:00 Pacific, and on Friday from noon-3:00 East/9:00-noon Pacific. Visit https://www.magic109.com for listen links, ask smart speakers to “Play Magic 109 on TuneIn”, or find Magic 109 on the TuneIn app for your smart device.

Want to hear something on the show? Visit http://tunes.wesderby.net to search the library and get your requests in. Tuesday will be the usual mix, and cover comparison will feature Norman Greenbaum going up against The Kentucky Headhunters. Friday will be a rock show. Rock of all forms welcome. New, old, heavy, light. It’ll all be played.

If you ever miss a Meltdown, follow Wes’s MixCloud at http://www.mixcloud.com/wderby, or if you prefer tunes without chatter, find Wes Derby on Spotify, where he’s taken to putting up playlists of what’s been played that week. Interact with the show by finding Wes’s contact info on the Magic 109 website. Occasionally, he will also bring listeners and other presenters on via TeamTalk. Message the DJ if you wish to participate that way.

See you on the radio. Keep it cranked, and keep it locked on Magic 109.