... or pick a day.

Tuesday, June 11


12 a.m.

"Come On (Live Rock Goes to College)," Jackson, Joe

"Welcome to My Nightmare," Cooper, Alice

"Love Her Madly," Doors

"Legend of a Mind," Moody Blues

"Police On My Back," Clash

"D'yer Maker," Led Zeppelin

"Romeo And Juliet," Dire Straits

"Baby, Please Don't Go," AC DC

"Until the End Of The World," U2

"Tombstone Shadow (Live)," Creedence Clearwater Revival

"Are We Ourselves," Fixx, The

"Can't Take It With You," Allman Brohters Band

"The Chain (Live)," Fleetwood Mac

"Rockin Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu," Rivers, Johnny

1 a.m.

"Mama Tried," Grateful Dead

"When the Whip Comes Down," The Rolling Stones

"Turn Back The Pages," Stills, Stephen

"Shake Your Tailfeather," Blues Brothers

"Crystal Blue Pursuasion," James, Tommy & The Shondells

"End of the Line," Traveling Wilburys

"Beds Are Burning," Midnight Oil

"Hitchcock Railway," Cocker, Joe

"Death Letter," White Stripes

"Mrs. Vandebilt," McCartney, Paul & Wings

"I Want It All," Queen

"Fee," Phish

"I Need To Know," Petty, Tom & The Heartbreakers

"Invisible Touch," Genesis

"Disarm," Smashing Pumpkins

2 a.m.

"Dancing In The Dark," Springsteen, Bruce

"What You Need," Inxs

"Moondance," Morrison, Van

"Little Miss Can't Be Wrong," Spin Doctors

"Saturday In The Park," Chicago

"Carry On My Wayward Son," Kansas

"No One To Depend On," Santana

"Boys Of Summer," Henley, Don

"Creatures of Love," Talking Heads

"Shake," Redding, Otis

"Powderfinger," Young, Neil

"Scenes from an Italian Restaurant," Joel, Billy

"Coming In From The Cold," Marley, Bob

3 a.m.

"A Most Peculiar Man," Simon and Garfunkel

"Ice Cream Man," Van Halen

"Big Yellow Taxi," Mitchell, Joni

"One Tree Hill," U2

"Slippin' Into Darkness," War

"Freakin at the Freaker's Ball," Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show

"Separate Ways," Journey

"Boogie on Regge Woman," Wonder, Stevie

"If Not For You," Dylan, Bob

"Peace Of Mind," Boston

"Pink Houses," Mellencamp, John

"Mississippi Queen," Mountain

"Hey Jude," Beatles

"She's So Cold," Rolling Stones

"Time Out Of Mind," Steely Dan

4 a.m.

"I Think I'm Going to Kill Myself," John, Elton

"Spirits In A Material World," Police

"I'm Going Down," Springsteen, Bruce

"I Can't Get Enough Of It (Top of the Pops)," Spencer Davis Group

"Sad But True," Metallica

"30 Days In The Hole," Humble Pie

"Kashmir," Led Zeppelin

"Sultans of Swing (Live Alchemy)," Dire Straits

"Dream On," Aerosmith

"Dancing With Myself," Idol, Billy

"Flowers On the Wall," Statler Brothers

"Feel Like Making Love," Bad Company

5 a.m.

"Give Peace A Chance," Lennon, John

"Dixie Chicken," Little Feat

"The Sound of Silence," Simon & Garfunkel

"Tie Your Mother Down," Queen

"Jane Says," Jane's Addiction

"Key To The Highway (Live)," Clapton, Eric

"Blinded By The Light," Manfred Mann's Earth Band

"I Shall Sing," Morrison, Van

"Cry Me A River," Cocker, Joe

"Carry On (Live 4 Way St)," Crosby Stills Nash and Young

"Get Back," Beatles

The Morning Show

6 a.m.

"Sound and Vision," Bowie, David

"A Little Bit Me A Little Bit You," Monkees

"Strange Days," Doors

"Hots On For Nowhere," Led Zeppelin

"Forgotten Man," Petty and his Heartbreakers

"Walk On The Wild Side," Reed, Lou

"When We Was Fab," Harrison, George

"Rock Me When He's Gone," John, Elton

"Jack-A-Roe (3-25-90) Dozin' at the Knick," Grateful Dead

"Got the Time," Jackson, Joe

"Clampdown," Clash

"Bombs Away," Police

"Hear Me Calling," Ten Years After

7 a.m.

"Mysterious Ways," U2

"Any Time At All," Beatles

"Hot Hot Hot," Cure

"Higher Ground," Wonder, Stevie

"Little Green Bag," George Baker Selection

"Things Have Changed," Dylan, Bob

"Hey Diddle," McCartney, Paul

"Victoria," Kinks

"Dance Little Sister," Rolling Stones

"Stop Stop Stop," Hollies

"Legs," ZZ Top

"Sharp Dressed Man," ZZ Top

8 a.m.

"Sixteen Tons," ZZ Top and Jeff Beck

"Trampled Underfoot," Vanilla Fudge

"Waiting for the End of the World," Costello, Elvis

"Lust For Life," Pop, Iggy

"Rock And Roll," Velvet Underground

"No Rain," Blind Melon

"Bang A Gong (Get It On)," T-Rex

"Rock Me Baby," Winter, Johnny

"Good morning little school girl," Winter, Johnny

"Candy Man (Live)," Orbison, Roy

"(Go Go Go) Down the Line Live," Orbison, Roy

"Stray Cat Strut (Live)," Brian Setzer

9 a.m.

"Lust N Love," Stray Cats

"Mr. Blue Sky," Electric Light Orchestra

"Down Home Town," Electric Light Orchestra

"Ventilator Blues," Rolling Stones

"Torn and Frayed," Rolling Stones

"The Boss," Brown, James

"Sex Machine," Brown, James

"No One To Run With," Allman Brothers Band

"Man In Black," Cash, Johnny

"Ashes To Ashes," Bowie, David

"Bernadette," Four Tops

"Let It Be," Withers, Bill

"Bouncing Around the Room," Phish

10 a.m.

"Rock And Roll, Hoochie Koo," Winter, Johnny

"Thrill Is Gone," Garcia, Jerry and David Grisman

"Everything Is Broken," Dylan, Bob

"Crippled Inside," Lennon, John

"Since I've Been Loving You (How the West was Won)," Led Zeppelin

"Respectable," Rolling Stones

"Baby I Love You," Franklin, Aretha

"The House That Jack Built," Franklin, Aretha

"Evil Gal Blues," Franklin, Aretha

"Trouble In Mind Live," Franklin, Aretha

"Respect," Franklin, Aretha

"Good Times," Franklin, Aretha

"Save Me," Franklin, Aretha

"I Take What I Want," Franklin, Aretha

11 a.m.

"Little Bit O Soul," Franklin, Aretha

"Think," Franklin, Aretha

"The Weight," Franklin, Aretha

"You Wreck Me," Petty, Tom

"Use Me," Withers, Bill

"She's Sexy and 17," Stray Cats

"Under My Thumb," Who

"Save It For Later," English Beat

"Plush," Stone Temple Pilots

"Walk Away," Puddles Pity Party

"Country Comfort," John, Elton

"Midnight Rider," Cocker, Joe

"Dark Horse," Harrison, George

"Sweet Emotion," Aerosmith

The Afternoon Show

12 p.m.

"China Girl (VH1 Storytellers)," Bowie, David

"Hold Your Head Up," Argent

"Sultans of Swing," Dire Straits

"I Know I'm Losing You," Stewart, Rod

"Sunday Bloody Sunday," U2

"Sidewinder Sleeps Tonight," REM

"Couldn't Stand the Weather," Vaughan, Stevie Ray And Double Trouble

"Share The Ride," Black Crowes

"It's No Use," Byrds

"Bad," U2

1 p.m.

"The Song Remains the Same," Led Zeppelin

"Mr. Jones," Talking Heads

"Dixie Lullaby Live," Russell, Leon

"Gumboots," Simon, Paul

"Runnin' Down A Dream," Petty, Tom

"Who'll Stop The Rain," Creedence Clearwater Revival

"Go Your Own Way," Fleetwood Mac

"City Of New Orleans," Guthrie, Arlo

"Simple Man," Lynyrd Skynyrd

"We Didn't Start The Fire," Joel, Billy

"The Great Gig in the Sky," Pink Floyd

2 p.m.

"In The Midnight Hour," Pickett, Wilson

"Summer in the City," The Lovin' Spoonful

"Heart Full of Soul," Rush

"I've Just Seen A Face," Beatles

"Twice As Hard," Black Crowes

"Oh! Sweet Nuthin'," Velvet Underground

"Show Me The Way," Frampton, Peter

"Your Time is Gonna Come," Led Zeppelin

"Fall On Me," REM

"With Or Without You," U2

"Jingo," Santana

"Invisible Touch," Genesis

3 p.m.

"Tangled Up In Blue," Dylan, Bob

"Behind Blue Eyes," Who

"Play with Fire," Rolling Stones

"Heroes (Acoustic Live Bridgeschool)," Bowie, David

"America," Simon & Garfunkel

"Sailin' Shoes," Little Feat

"30 Days In The Hole," Humble Pie

"Take It Easy (Live)," The Eagles

"The Joker," Miller, Steve

"You've Got Me Hummin'," Sam & Dave

"Let It Be," Beatles

"Life By The Drop," Vaughn, Stevie Ray

"I Feel Free," Cream

4 p.m.

"Have You Ever Seen the Rain," Ramones

"Coming Into Los Angeles," Guthrie, Arlo

"Red Rain," Gabriel, Peter

"Rude Mood," Vaughan, Stevie Ray

"Nothing From Nothing," Preston, Billy

"We Can Work It Out," Wonder, Stevie

"Southern Cross," Crosby, Stills & Nash

"Little Wing > Superstition > Morning Dew (2014 U.S. Tour) Live @ 5," Jeff Beck

"Cold Rain and Snow," Grateful Dead

"Tangerine," Led Zeppelin

5 p.m.

"Respect," Franklin, Aretha

"Rain," Beatles

"Freedom (Live)," Havens, Richie

"Something In The Air," Thunderclap Newman

"Born in the USA (6/29/00 MSG, NYC) Last Musical Word of the Day for the Afternoon Show," Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band

"Eminence Front," Who

"Tusk (Live from The Dance)," Fleetwood Mac

"Got My Mojo Workin," Canned Heat

"You Don't Know How It Feels," Petty, Tom

"The Full Bug," Van Halen

"Get Ready," Rare Earth

"Hey Tonight," Creedence Clearwater Revival

Album of the Week

6 p.m.

"Layla (unplugged)," Clapton, Eric

"Peace Frog," Doors

"Guitar Man," Presley, Elvis

"Once In A Lifetime," Talking Heads

"Takin It To The Streets," Doobie Brothers

"Rock Me Baby," Winter, Johnny

"Thunderstruck," Steve n Seagulls

"I Stay Away," Alice In Chains

"Lithium," Nirvana

"You Can't Do That," Beatles

"Leave," Buffalo Springfield

"Life On Mars (Live VH1 Storytellers)," Bowie, David

"'39," Queen

"Low Down Dirty Mean," Allman Brothers Band

7 p.m.

"It's Only Rock & Roll," Rolling Stones

"Tangled Up In Blue," Dylan, Bob

"Spirit In The Night," Springsteen, Bruce

"Green Onions," Booker T and the MGs

"Stir It Up," Marley, Bob

"Fresh Air," Quicksilver


10 p.m.

"Somebody To Love," Jefferson Airplane

"Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution," AC DC

"I Fought The Law," Fuller, Bobby

"Waiting For the Man," Bowie, David

"Your Time is Gonna Come," Led Zeppelin

"Wish You Were Here," Pink Floyd

"Oh Well (Live)," Petty, Tom and The Heartbreakers

"Devil With The Blue Dress On," Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels

"Sit Down, I Think I Love You," Buffalo Springfield

"China Cat Sunflower/I Know You Rider Live," Grateful Dead

"Up On Cripple Creek," Band

"Do You Feel Like We Do," Frampton, Peter

11 p.m.

"Revolution," Beatles

"Honey In Your Hips," Yardbirds

"A Simple Desultory Philippic (Or How...)," Simon & Garfunkel

"No No Song," Starr, Ringo

"Overkill (acoustic)," Hay, Colin

"Hear My Train Comin'," Hendrix, Jimi

"Midnight Rambler," Rolling Stones

"Satisfy My Soul," Marley, Bob

"Bad Reputation," Jett, Joan & The Blackhearts

"Tush," ZZ Top

"London Calling," Clash

"The Kid Is Hot Tonight," Loverboy

"Thick As A Brick," Jethro Tull

"Wild Night," Morrison, Van

"Candle In The Wind," John, Elton