Hank Williams (1937–1953) (Artist)
1. Hey good lookin’
2. Honky tonkin’
3. Jumbalaya on the Bayou
Connie Smith (1963-present) (artist)
Connie Smith (born Constance June Meador; August 14, 1941) is an American country music artist. Active since 1964, Smith is widely considered to be one of the genre’s best female vocalists. She has earned eleven Grammy award nominations, twenty top ten Billboard country singles, and thirty one charting albums, three of which have hit number one. In 2012 Smith became the twelfth solo female vocalist and nineteenth woman to be elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame.
1. The Hurtin’s all over
2. Then and only then
3. Louisiana Man
4. Tiny blue transistor radio
The Tammys (1962- 1965) (Artist)
The Tammys were an American girl groupmade up of sisters Gretchen and Cathy Owens and their friend Linda Jones.
1. Egyptian Shumba
2. Blue sixteen
3. Part of growing up
Abbott & Costello (Comedians)
William “Bud” Abbott and Lou Costello (born Louis Francis Cristillo) performed together as Abbott and Costello, an American comedy duo whose work on stage, radio, film and television made them the most popular comedy team during the 1940s and 1950s. Their patter routine “Who’s on First?” set the framework for many of their best-known comedy bits. These are the funniest guys on the planet!!!
1. List of radio episodes
2. Who’s on first
3. 13 x 7 is 28
4. It’s pay day!
5. Two tens for a five
6. Loafing
What’s My Line (1950-1967) (Television)
What’s My Line? is a panel game show which originally ran in the United States on the CBS Television Network from 1950 to 1967. Here are my favorite Guest starts
1. Danny Kaye                  7. Colonel Sanders
2. Walt Disney 
3. Jack Benny
4. Hugh Hefner
5. Bob Hope
6. Andrews Sisters
Ceramic Hello (1981) (Artist)
The The Absence Of A Canary (Album)
Ceramic Hello is the duo of Brett Wickens and Roger Humphreys that  recorded the seminal electronica album “The Absence of a Canary” in  1980. They are From Ontario Canada
1. Climatic Nouveaux
2. Symphony of Shudders 
3. Conversation between units/clock
4. The diesquad
Soma Holiday (1984) (Artist)
I know nothing about this band. They don’t even have a Wikipedia page! i found them surfin the web one day. ENJOY!
1. Shake your molecules
2. Art dimension
3. Too many People
Dragnet (1949-1957) <— link to radio show
Ok I know Dragnet is just a radio show without music but i like it so much that i had to post a link for you all to hear. Remember Cornfed pig from duckman, he is a parody of Jack Webb (Joe Friday) from Dragnet. If your not instantly addicted your a sick human being LOL
PolidoNobre   (Youtube channel) <— link to youtube channel
This person has the best “elevator” music i have ever heard. Check it out. here is a list of my faves from this channel.
1. Intimita by: Alessandro Alessandroni
2. The wait by: Chris Joss
3. Bond Street by: Les 5-4-3-2-1
4. Glow worm cha cah cah by: Jackie Davis
5. Latin Lessons by: Folf Asberg
HiDef radio (iphone/ipod app)
This is my FAVORITE ipod app. It has thousands of radio stations to listen to including tones of “old time radio” from 20, 30, 40 and 50s. The best this is… ITS FREE!!! (at the time i posted this) there is a ad free version for 1.99 too. 
Radio Dismuke (radio from the 20’s & 30’s) <— link
check it out, it’s awesome and they even have some random commercials from that era.
Fearless (1983)  (album)
Nina Hagen sucks soooo bad. Except for her English version of “New York” (originally in German)
1. New York
James Chance & The Contortions (artist)
Buy (1979)  (album)
James Chance & The Contortions
“Design to Kill" - 2:47
"My Infatuation" - 2:20
"I Don’t Want to Be Happy" - 3:21
"Anesthetic" - 3:52
“Contort Yourself" - 4:23
“Throw Me Away" - 2:43
“Roving Eye" - 3:09
"Twice Removed" - 3:03
"Bedroom Athlete" - 4:15