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Old 03-11-2012, 04:45 AM   #1
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Default Favorite Pandora Station

So I'm brewing tonight and of course have Pandora going for the tunes. So I'm just wondering what what's your favorite Pandora Station? I have many and very diverse but all ways looking for something different and new.

If I was to say which is my favorite, I'm not sure. I enjoy the cool 80's, Buffet, to Johhny Cash, Kenny Chesney, Beastie Boys, Rush, Moby, Pouges, Ghostland Observatory, Floyd, U2, ACDC. One that I listen to that most probably have not heard is Rainmakers. A local group from way back when.

So what others should I be listening to?


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Old 03-11-2012, 04:53 AM   #2
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I have a Mofro station I have been listening to.
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Man if you have punched all those groups into 1 pandora station, it should answer that ? for you.
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The Sword is an awesome band!!
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Jethro Tull,is working out great. Nightwish is good and pink Floyd.
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I have a Mofro station I have been listening to.
Saw JJ Grey and Mofro live several times!!
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Rolling Stones is the best! Although they like to toss in a bit much Peter Tosh for my liking. The mix is unreal. I also like the White Stripes channel.
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Sam Bush!! If you don't know who he is.....God help you!
So I just looked him up (don't recognize the name) and see that he is playing in my home town on 7/6 this year. City puts on a free Friday night concert series and apparently he will be here. Will have to try and attend that one.


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