This bank holiday KLR put on a special 2-hour rolling programme of hits from the 1960’s and we’re pleased to see that so many enjoyed it.

We produced two shows, one at 2 pm UK time and one at 8 pm UK time. Despite some technical glitches in the 8 pm show, we had the greatest number of listeners to date. As a result, we aim to keep the 2 pm slot and have a Solid Sixties show every Sunday.

At 10 pm KLR ran the third in the series called World of Trance. The show contained tunes from Gareth Emery, Dash Berlin, DJ Shah, Chicane, Tinlicker, The Thrillseekers, Solarstone and many other big players in the trance music world. World Of Trance will run for 6 weeks, tonight being the third week, and then we’ll review how things have gone.

So join us again next Sunday at 2 pm for Solid ’60s, and at 10 pm for World Of Trance, only on KLR.

(6 am and 2 pm Second-Life time).

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