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Bill Audette & The Night Train Show Present
The Revival of Boss Radio: AM radio
The  Way  It  Used  To  Be -
But, on the FM Dial!


Tune in Saturday's from 1:30 to 3 pm (Eastern Time)
Tune in live on W M P G at 90.9 FM or 104.1 FM
Listen worldwide & on-line at
Listen after the show at TNT AUDIO

Upcoming Shows: Week of Aug. 2
(Saturday's from 1:30 to 3 pm unless otherwise stated)

August 8, 2015: The Night Train takes the week off. The Ice,
from WMPG's Caribbean Flava, sits in for Bill.

The Night Train's  next "Fans of The Night Train Show
Get-Together" will NOT be on Saturday, August 29,
as previously planned. WMPG will be pre-
empting The Night Train Show for an
afternoon of Live Blues as they
simulcast with our sister
station,WERU, from
Blue Hill, ME.

The 2015 Phoenix Poll Says
WMPG = Best Radio Station

Fun Fact Quote
In 1925, Billboard Magazine, the bible of the music industry,
 stated, "The new medium of  radio could be good for record
sales - if songs were not killed by being radio'd to death."

Did You Know?
   In the card game of poker, if you declare that you have two jacks and two fives, your "hand" can be called a "Motown."  Get It?  You have "jacks and fives" (Jackson Five!).

Did You Know?
   The Beach Boys, who have been been a part of Americana since 1961, are often referred to as "America's Band."  Various combinations of the original members of The Beach Boys have been touring the world, almost non-stop, since the mid 1960s. As America's band, they have more Top 40 hits than any other American band - they have accumulated 36 of them!  Furthermore, with a dozen singles that had both of their "sides" played on AM radio stations, The Beach Boys also have far more doubled-sided hits than any other American band. In fact, Elvis is the only American act with more doubled-sided hits than The Beach Boys.
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The Night Train Show: Now cruising from 1:30 to
3 PM (ET) all over Greater Portland and Southern
Maine on W M P G, 90.9 FM  &  104.1 FM -
also cruising around the world on-line.
The Night Train Show plays red-hot R&R tunes every Saturday starting at 1:30 PM.  Jump on board!  Don't be late.
W M P G:  90.9 FM  or  104.1 FM 
or listen on-line:
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Previous TNTS Themes (see below):
   Below are links to The Night Train Show's past shows (by years).  Click on a link and peruse at will.