FOX OLDIES 98.9 Playing The Best Music Ever Made from the 50's 60's & 70's. FOX OLDIES turns back the hands of time and brings you radio the way radio used to be, fun fast paced and entertaining.
Our weekday lineup starts with Van Ritschie, starting at 5:30AM. He has all the latest News, Weather and Traffic Information to get your work day started, and of course the Greatest Oldies ever made. Join him to discuss current events and the latest Hot News topics, your phone calls are always welcome!
Bob O.(Oldies) jumps in the Air Chair from 10am - 3pm and takes a look "behind the music". Find out things you never knew about your favorite music...or just forgot. The "Drive Through Lunch" will keep your appetite satisfied with requests hot off the griddle.
At 7PM the Dean of Hudson Valley Radio Joe Manglass takes to the Radio Stage to continue with the best Oldies Music has to offer, and something special at 10pm, when Joe turns back the clock back to the days before Television, "When Radio Was". Relive the days of yester-year when the Lone Ranger rides again along with all the old time radio shows just as they were heard on Radio in the 30's, 40's, 50's and early 60's.
WEEKENDS ON FOX OLDIES
Since 1982, Dick Bartley has been hosting America's live, Saturday night request party. The show began as "Solid Gold Saturday Night"; transitioned into the "Rock & Roll Oldies Show" and since 1991 has been known as "Rock & Roll's Greatest Hits!" Every Saturday Night at 7PM Dick takes listener requests via the toll-free hotline (1-866-989-1975) and spins the greatest hits of all time.
Dick Clark defined an era in our culture and even now, after he’s gone, his name will always be synonymous with the greatest hits of the Rock & Roll era. For many fans and listeners, hearing Dick Clark on the radio right now is a fitting tribute to his legacy as a broadcasting pioneer and a tastemaker in music. It’s the very best in oldies/classic hits as hosted by the most revered icon of his generation. Rock, Roll and Remember – thirty years on the air and more meaningful now than ever every Sunday at 2PM