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Featured every other Thursday is Sidetrax With Soxx with your DJ
(Rosie) Miss Soxx from Manhattan, Kansas.
Soxx is an astute record collector and a very knowledgable oldies fan.
As a result, 'Sidetrax' features many rare and quality tunes that you
will simply not find else where. In addition, Sox also provides interesting
bits of information about the songs and the artists and groups.
To find out which Thursday nights Sidetrax is on, please check our
Topshelf Oldies show calendar !
Above are past shows you can listen to anytime you'd like. The
first colum lists the date of each show. The second column is
for real time streaming of the shows. Once you start listening,
you will be able to drag your music player's slider to the portion
of the show you missed, if you don't want to hear the entire show.
The third column is a download option. Simply right click any of
the choices and then choose 'Save As' or 'Save Target As' and save
to your hard drive in any folder preferred. You will then be able
to play this on your pc or even load it into your portable player.
Each show is encoded at 128 kbps, meaning this is not a really
an option for dial up connections.
You can also listen to Sidetrax shows, leave a note or voicemail
or send an email to Soxx at www.sidetrax.us or click on the link
below & chat in real time right now.
ROSIE'S BIO INFORMATION
Having grown up with a Dad in the jukebox business, I was lucky
to be able to be acquainted with music as far back as my memory
goes. There was always music playing in my house. My parents
were country music lovers so there was usually a Hank Thompson
or Eddy Arnold record playing in the living room. In the basement
my older brother usually had rockabilly records spinning, while
my older sister had her favorite top 40 tunes playing upstairs.
It was a regular three floor symphony in my home
Up until I was in Junior High or so, we only received one radio
station at night (KOMA). We would have to travel to Topeka to
get a decent station in the daytime. So, luckily we had plenty
of 45's to listen to !
Around 1973, I stopped listening to top 40 radio and from then on
I listened to country or oldies stations.
My Dad always thought I should be a disc jockey, but I never
imagined that one day I really would be. In fact, I had no intention
of ever doing something like this. I just happened upon the Top
Shelf Oldies website one day when I was searching for an obscure
song (thanks Tim). Once I started listening to the shows here -
I was hooked.
Mike first asked me to do a spotlight song feature each week.
Then he talked me into doing a whole show. It's a lot of fun
and I thank him for twisting my arm!
You can contact me at email@example.com
Some cool vinyl
Miss Sox carefully considering her
very first upcoming 45 purchase
Rosie's Dad with co workers in thejukebox shop warehouse
Rosie typing tags for her Jukebox
In front of the Graceland Hotel
Rosie inside Graceland
Miss Soxx with the great Gary Mitchell
Soxx with country legend Hank Thompson
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