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CHiX RoX Your Weekends!

On the weekends, all radios are locked in to hear DEE SNYDER, of TWISTED SISTER and his HOUSE OF HAIR every Saturday at 10pm! Somewhere between the origins of rock and today's pop, rock bands ruled. They had great songs, gold records, millions of fans, tight clothes, and hair… lots of hair. Dee Snider brings you two hours each week of killer tunes that will let you brush up on some of your favorite music of all time.
So, just rip the knob off your radio at 105.5FM -- The Juniata Valley's Rock Station WCHX 105.5!

Here's the rundown of our Weekend Schedule:

Weekends Rock on WCHX!

7 PM - 8 PM -- Get The Led Out w/ Carol Miller
8 PM - 10 PM -- LIVE: In Concert
10 PM - 12 Midnight -- House of Hair (HOST: Dee Snyder)
9 AM - 12 Noon -- Acoustic Storm (HOST: Audrey Parets)
7 PM - 8 PM -- Off the Record w/ Joe Benson
8 PM - 10 PM -- Rock Recall: The 80's
10 PM - 12 Midnight -- Racing Rocks feat. Riki Rachtman)

WCHX 105.5 unveils Acoustic Storm, the nationally syndicated radio program, featuring the best variety of acoustic-based rock this Sunday. Emphasizing on acoustic guitar-driven songs, Audrey Parets presents the full spectrum of acoustic rock, including rarely heard "unplugged" versions of classic tunes in their purest form. Each week, the show spotlights an artist in "The Eye of The Acoustic Storm" with music, bio information and sound bites. You'll hear Hall of Fame Acoustic Rock, Unplugged Classics, Acoustic Oldies, Acoustic Blues, and Acoustic Instrumentals.

Jeff started the show but passed away in 2018. He grew up in the New York suburb of Tenafly, New Jersey so, naturally, the rich radio landscape of the Big Apple was a big influence. Jeff graduated from absorbing the Top 40 of WABC and Cousin Brucie to delving deeper into the progressive rock of WNEW-FM with Allyson Steele and Rosko.
The concept for the show started in 1981 when Jeff approached the owners at KSTM/Phoenix, AZ about trying a weekend progressive rock program, to attract new listeners and sponsors. So at midnight on June 7, 1981 Phoenix-area listeners were able to hear the song "Wing and a Prayer" by the British group Camel and progressive radio was back in the Phoenix area. Jeff created the concept for The Acoustic Storm in the late 90's, using the original Storm as a blueprint: a radio program that plays the finest acoustic-rock. In October 1998, The Acoustic Storm swept into the Phoenix area on KSLX. In November 2003, The Acoustic Storm rolled into St. Louis on KIHT and continues to expand across the country with the best variety of acoustic rock. Sadly in 2018 Jeff lost his battle with cancer, his wife Audrey Parets is an experienced on air host and voice-over artist who has been working closely with her husband, Jeff, on the weekly broadcasts for many years and took over the show after Jeff's passing. The Acoustic Storm is raging now all over Central PA every Sunday morning from 9:00 am until 12:00 pm. on WCHX 105.5 The Juniata Valley's Rock Station! ....


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