Vintage Music in Modern Times

Hi everyone!

I’ve been a bit busy these past couple of weeks! Some Great news, I did a guest post on We Heart Vintage! 🙂 10 Vintage Buying Tips for Beginners. Check it out!

I’ve also been working on my newsletter, which will be out first thing tomorrow! 🙂 I am really looking forward to sharing my finds from etsy, so many goodies! If you haven’t signed up already, what are you waiting for? Find the Sign Up HERE.

Anyhow, on to what this post is supposed to be about: MUSIC!

I wanted to share with you two great, Free, ways to listen to great tunes from yesteryear.

Vintage Radio Lite

Vintage Radio Lite

For iPhones, this app has 10 categories to choose from: Adventure, Comedy, Crime-Detective, Drama, History, Horror, Music, Mystery, Sci-fi, and Western. I’ve only checked out the Music category, my favourite show is the “Glenn Miller’s Moonlight Serenade” from 1940 and 1942, especially the April 10, 1940 “A Hat with Cherries”. I just put it on when I am driving home from work, it’s so great!

Seeburg 1000 – Streaming Live Radio from Los Angeles, CA

Seeburg 1000

The Seeburg Background Music System is a phonograph was made to play background music from special 16-2/3 RPM vinyl records in offices, restaurants, retail businesses, factories and similar locations. The Seeburg 1000 was built in 1959 and provided three different libraries of music with the Seeburg 1000 system: Basic, Mood and Industrial.

THIS SITE  provides 24/7, 365 days a year, streaming of the Seeburg 1000. It’s great to play in the background while doing anything, I’m streaming it right now!

Check these out, and if you have any that you’d like to share with me, I would love to hear about them!

Until next time,

the vintage catxx

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