Looking for a way to stay in touch with the island when you’re off the rock? Well, we have just the thing for you. It’s called Love City Radio and it went live late Thursday afternoon. And the best part is that it streams live over the internet, so you can catch it anywhere in the world.
Here’s what Love City Radio had to say about itself:
It’s undeniable that once you experience St. John, the island stays with you forever. For residents and visitors alike, no matter where you’re from, no matter what you’re background, the island finds a place in your heart and stays with you from the first moment you set foot on St. John. Love City Radio was created with this in mind.
With Love City Radio, you can be connected to St. John no matter where you are. Our purpose is to provide a medium that embodies the island’s spirit reflecting the music, the culture, the people, and the lifestyle of St. John. And just like St. John has become a melting pot of people, our music will be a melting pot of all genres. From Reggae to Rock and from Country to Pop, we will play all genres hoping you will hear that one song that brings back your island memories.
You can check out the station by visiting its website at www.LoveCityRadio.com. You can request your favorite song through the website or by tweeting a request to @LoveCityRadio. Be sure to use the hashtag #LCRsongrequest should you choose to go the Twitter route.
So all of this begs the question: What is your all-time favorite song that makes you think of St. John? Leave your answer in the comments or over on our Facebook page.
2 thoughts on “New St. John Radio Station Hits the Web”
For me it is “One Particular Harbor.” I know that JB wrote it about Tahiti, but for me it is that view of Coral Bay when running out Centerline Road and it appears along the road. That is my one particular harbor.
What a great idea! It’s one of those “Why didn’t I think of that?” ideas. This has been needed for a long time. As for that special song that takes me back to St. John, I don’t have to go far past “Get up, Stand up,” by Bob Marley.