Monday, July 24, 2017

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Great News ! WINAMP is back !

                        Once again, you may use WINAMP when listening to







This app is a great addition to the slowly growing number of ways Radionomy allows you to listen to our station.  Download it from this link:


Once it is installed, go to FILE/PLAY URL and enter 
http://listen.radionomy.com/atxthelastradioshow





Saturday, July 8, 2017

Sorry for the recent interruptions to our broadcast!!

The "fine folks" at Radionomy.com have disabled many of the online sources that have been providing our music stream for 


Sadly, the app we spent so much time developing has been disabled, as have many of the sites that relayed our station.  


But fear not!!! You can still listen to ATX The Last Radio Show using one of the following sources:
Using your web browser, connect to our stream directly from Radionomy.com. Just follow this link and you will once again be connected!  

http://www.radionomy.com/en/radio/atxthelastradioshow/index

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In ITunes, Select from the menu, FILE/OPEN STREAM 
and type in       http://listen.radionomy.com/atxthelastradioshow

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If you have Apple TV or Roku you can listen to ATX The Last Radio Show. 
In Apple TV use the Radio app (older Apple TV) or the MyTuner app in later versions.  In the Radio app, we are listed in CLASSIC ROCK.  In MyTuner, we are listed in 80's.

Or...you can go to our website....
http://www.stagedude.com  and click on the player.

There may be other methods available that we haven't tested yet. As other sources are identified, we will post the information here.

Thanks for your patience!!

Monday, January 2, 2017

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Just Added To ATX The Last Radio Show


Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble

Live Alive

Recorded on July 16, 1985 at the Montreaux Jazz Festival; July 17–18, 1986 at the Austin Opera House; and July 19, 1986 at Dallas Starfest, this snapshot of Stevie and Double Trouble in concert features many of their hits and fan favorites.  

Stevie Ray Vaughan – guitar and vocals
Tommy Shannon – bass
Chris "Whipper" Layton – drums
Reese Wynans – keyboards
Jimmy Vaughan plays on  "Willie the Wimp", "Love Struck Baby", "Look at Little Sister" and "Change It".







Queen-A Day At The Races


 Voted the 67th greatest album of all time in a BBC poll, Queen's fifth album was their first self-produced recording.  A Day At The Races features the hit singles  "Somebody to Love" , "Tie Your Mother Down" and "Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy". 







Monday, September 5, 2016