See KoHoSo’s blog post I Really Hate Asking, But… for all the details.
Google Chrome, Chromium, and Vivaldi users: please see the note below regarding your browser. For other browser-based or mobile listening options, please visit our Apps page.
What was that song you heard? Here is everything KoHoSo Radio 66 has played over the past week! This service comes courtesy of Online Radio Box!
KoHoSo Radio 66 plays the greatest music of the mid-20th century with fifty thousand jigglybytes of pure internet power, all with NO COMMERCIALS! Our station gives you that perfect feeling of driving along Route 66 or any of North America’s old highways, byways, and Main Streets. We feature the great rock & roll and R&B artists of the 1950’s and early 1960’s along with some older rhythm and blues plus a little pop and country, all brought together with classic radio station jingles and other fun announcements. Although assisted by an automation system, unlike many other oldies stations, our music is selected and mixed by an actual human being. We are also the home of Cruisin’ with KoHoSo program airing specials throughout the year.
GOOGLE CHROME and CHROMIUM Users: When clicking on one of the default media player streams, you will be asked to download a file. This is completely safe. Save the file, then double-click it. It will then start your default media player and begin the stream. Once it is playing, you can delete the file…or, you can save it to start our stream any time. You can even rename it so you know what station it will bring up.
VIVALDI Users in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom: When the new tab in Vivaldi opens after clicking "Listen Now" on the Live365 widget, right-click on "Click to play" and select "Open link in new tab." Due to Vivaldi’s security precautions regarding pop-up windows, a regular left-click will result in getting a blank window. The setting "Open Popups in Tabs" will also not work for this Live365 player.
M3U, PLS, and ASX Stream Users: Almost any relatively modern media player is compatible with these streaming formats. At the present time, our favorite is the free Clementine Music Player. It is compatible with Windows, Apple, and most Linux distributions. It also has an app to remotely control your desktop/laptop running Clementine via your Android mobile device. Click on the logo below to visit the Clementine website and see if it is the right flavor of media player for you. KoHoSo Radio 66 is not compensated in any manner for this endorsement.