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Quit (Don't Say You Love Me)

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w/ Booker T and the MGs

2002-05-21

London, England

Welcome to Rust Radio!

Rust Radio streams recordings of Neil Young concerts.

You can tune in 24/7 to listen to shows ranging from the late 1960s up to the last tour. Take a trip through the past decades and listen to hundreds of concerts. Solo acoustic shows, Crazy Horse rock shows, CSNY stadium shows, obscure unannounced gigs, rockabilly, Bridge School Benefits, blues, electronic rock: if Neil Young was there, Rust Radio plays it.

Latest news

2013-05-24 : Having trouble tuning into Rust Radio? Please, let us know!
2013-04-29 : Internet Explorer 10 is now also supported.
2013-04-26 : New website! Streaming 24/7!

Schedule

These shows are coming up (the times are in your timezone) :

19:21 1999-04-21 New York, NY (Neil Young)
21:14 1996-05-09 Santa Cruz, CA (Neil Young w/ The Echos)
23:34 1971-02-01 Los Angeles, CA (Neil Young)
00:34 1999-03-05 Seattle, WA (Neil Young)
02:26 1999-05-22 Minneapolis, MN (Neil Young)

History

Rust Radio has been broadcasting since 2003. For 10 years the stream played from Friday afternoon until Monday morning. As of 2013 the radio is online 24/7.

Work in progress: Statistics. This section will show weekly statistics.

Technology

Rust Radio encodes an archive of FLAC files into MP3 and Ogg/Vorbis streams that are broadcast to SHOUTcast and Icecast servers.

You can listen to Rust Radio right here in your browser. Just hit the TUNE IN! button on top of the page. You need a relatively new browser for the in-browser player. We recommend Chrome, Firefox or Safari. (And if you insist on using Internet Explorer, use version 9 or newer!)

If you want to listen to Rust Radio in your media player (like iTunes, Windows Media Player, WinAMP..), use one of the following URLs:

  • http://rustradio.org:8000
    MP3 stream
  • http://rustradio.org:9000/stream.ogg
    Ogg/Vorbis stream

Credits

Photo credits:

Main photo: Michael St John

Contact

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