18th January 2021

Geoff & Ade are back in hot seat with new songs from Gary Numan, Kings of Leon and Unison. Music events this week in history include Bad Company, Stevie Wonder, and The Beatles doing a special take on ‘Get Back, plus 50th anniversary albums from The Who and The Faces.

11th January 2021

We are back with a new-look Soft Rock Show. Big events in music history include The Beatles’ first TV appearance, The Police making a new album cheaply, the 50th anniversary albums from David Bowie & The Moody Blues, and the best new songs from Troy Underwood and Foo Fighters.

21st December 2020

Geoff & Ade are full of Christmas spirit and playing new tunes with a Christmas flavour including Deborah Fennella, Todd Rundgren, Bombay Bicycle Club, Alice Cooper and Aisha Vaughan. In the events in music history, The Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour and The Sex Pistols’ last gig, plus the big quiz.

14th December 2020

Geoff & Ade bring you 12 new songs including Fragile Creatures, Idles, Fontaines DC, Ian Prowse, Pride of Lions, World Goes Round and Jake Morrell. Musical events this week in history include U2 playing for free, Paul McCartney at the 100 Club, and The Pogues voted no.1 Christmas song by viewers, plus news on the … Read more

Adrian on American radio

Yesterday, Debbie Perkins at Hollywood Red Carpet Radio interviewed Adrian about his life in music and his record label Thoroughbred Music.

7th December 2020

Geoff & Ade in the chair to bring you 12 new songs including Phoenix Rising Collective, King King, Arctic Monkeys, Kelly Jones, local girl Isla Croll, and Inglorious. Events in music history with stories on the Apple Store opening and closing, Hotel California winning a Grammy award, and Graham Nash forming Crosby Stills & Nash.

30th November 2020

Geoff and Ade back in the hot seat with 12 hot new songs including Collateral, Amber Bugs, Drug Store, Romeos, King Gizzard, Bruce Springsteen and Avalon Emerson. Music events in history includes the first Top of The Pops awards, Bono getting his master tapes back, and The Who at The Marquee.