VIDEO: Here's how to listen to East Coast Gold

VIDEO: Here's how to listen to East Coast Gold

East Coast Gold, an award-winning digital radio station that was launched by the team at East Coast Radio, is making headway in the South African landscape of online entertainment as it powers towards its second year of operation. 

East Coast Gold

East Coast Radio (ECR) is the first commercial radio station in South Africa to launch a digital music radio station.

For one of the country’s most pioneering entertainment mediums, the latter part of 2021 is gearing up to be eventful, with East Coast Gold launching a brand-new campaign aimed at savouring and celebrating the nostalgia that surrounds classic hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s. Currently, the station’s footprint extends throughout South Africa, with the majority of its listenership being in KwaZulu-Natal. With this soul-warming campaign, it aims to win over the hearts (and ears) of more listeners.

Here's how to listen to East Coast Gold online:

Under the slogan, “Times change, the music doesn’t,” East Coast Gold’s national campaign honours the timeless quality of classic hits. Ironically, in an evolving world that has changed beyond recognition from what many would refer to as the “golden years,” the messages behind classics by seminal artists like The Beatles, Elton John and Queen, remain relevant.

The station is accessible via various platforms, including the East Coast Radio app, Radio Garden, Facebook, Alexa and on the station website. Classic hits which would now be considered, “vintage” music are interspersed with up-to-date news, weather, traffic and talk show components by popular hosts like Dave Guselli, Alex Jay, Jill Stewart, Gordon Graham, Damon Beard, Jane Linley-Thomas and Guy McDonald.

To find out more visit East Coast Gold and watch the video 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,, Radioline or OpenRadio.

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