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While working in my shop I listen to the radio, and it runs the gambit from country western, news radio, and classic rock, I was wondering what other people have on their radios.

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That s for sure as far as repeats, It is so bad that I almost memorized the crews names.
And that Rehab Adict is a stupid show as far  as i see it.
Franklin Q Levin said:
Cooking Channel on my shop TV is what I use. I mostly listen, but look when I hear something interesting that I might want to prepare. I used to listen to music and sometimes I put on NPR if there is something I need to be informed about. I also used to have DIY Network on, but it repeats so often I found that I had memorized some episodes of "Yard Crashers."

WXRT chicago. Great combination of song formats.

Or, ESPN on the TV.

All turned down to barely audible because I distract myself enough and don't need any help! lol

Quite a range for me. Classical. Certain jazz (50's/60's). World. I found that Nina Simone's pretty good shop music for some reason. And a range of rock (that my son supplies me since I seem to have slept through the 70's)...
I have a ton of sawdust on my radio.
got satalite radio locked into all my favs,classic rock to heavey metal,country,blues, commercials please,thank need to build a small closet for air compressors and dust awsome no shock when compressor kicks on.only sweet sweet music.

C&W and talk radio - at least I can hear it when the vacuum and tools are not running.



Spring Branch, TX

I'm with Steve. My country rock reminds me of the classic rock and roll that I grew up on! Yee haw1

Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity during the week, gardening shows on the weekend. I have Direct TV in the shop/mancave, that is on a lot of the time.















I use Pandora radio thru the computer wired into speakers around the shop. Music ranges from country western when things are easy and going well to classical when things are really difficult or not going as well as expected.
If it's a weekday, I'll be listening to talk radio. Weekends, it's country music. Of course the dogs barking always adds a little more.

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