Times change, the music doesn’t

Times change, the music doesn’t

Times change, the music doesn’t. East Coast Gold’s presenters have stepped into the digital world with all your favourite hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s. 

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East Coast Gold is loved for playing classic hits from the 60s, 70s, and 80s because let's face it, time changes, the music doesn't.

There is no life without music. Since the beginning of time, people have been trusting music to carry them through all the stages of life.  

Music is capable of making us experience all sorts of emotions and feelings. 

It helps us dream, release painful feelings, celebrate, and have fun and create beautiful memories. 

As East Coast Gold we believe music is timeless and that is why we play classic hits from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Regardless of the year we are in, the classics will always be with us.

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"Time travel is real with East Coast Gold. The music from the 60s, 70s, and 80s for most of us is attached to a memory that takes us back to a time when we connected with that song and that is the magic of East Coast Gold. Great music, great presenters, and YOU!  It’s a Golden match made in heaven,” says More Music Breakfast Show host Gordon Graham.

“I've been doing radio for 40 years. It's almost like a steady job! And the beautiful thing is that the songs I played right at the beginning, we're still playing on ECG. Times Change, the Music Doesn't," adds Dave Guselli, host of the weekday 10am-2pm show.

Saturday 10am-2pm host Alex Jay agrees. "It is more of your kind of music. It’s the kind of music that rolls back the past and makes you go: “When last?”

Watch the video for our theme, 'Times change, the music doesn’t', below:

For loads of fantastic 60s, 70s and 80s classics, listen to East Coast Gold via the ECR app or here. We’re also on various other platforms, including Alexa (just enable the ‘East Coast Gold’ skill);  MyTuner, Radio Garden; iono.fm, Radioline or OpenRadio, among others.

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