SIXTIES SOJOURN

 

Promoting, sharing, researching and informing about the music of the decade that gave the world nothing less than the best of music…the 1960s.

We’re no longer on 3KND…we’re right here!

 

What!? That’s right. After several years going to air on Melbourne’s 3KND radio station, the city’s home of sixties music, Sixties Sojourn has moved to a podcast format. It means you can now listen and re-listen to the show any time and anywhere.

The Sixties Sojourn podcast will  continue delivering some of the best music from the sixties, in depth looks at some of the greatest groups, singers and songwriters, and sharing fascinating top tens from the around the world during that amazing decade.

Recent Shows

28 June 2020

28 June 2020

With a return to our normal programs, we launch a new segment, playing all the #1 hits for today throughout the sixties.

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21 June 2020

21 June 2020

Finally, we’re at the end – part four – of our countdown of all 196 songs from the sixties in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of all Time.

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14 June 2020

14 June 2020

With part three of the countdown, we’re really getting in to some of the major heavy hitters of the 60s.

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Go-Set National Top 40 Charts

4 October 1969

4 October 1969

Go-Set's National Top 40 The 4th of October 1969 #1: The Rolling Stones Honky Tonk Women Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, this was a single-only release, with a country version ("Country Honk") released on the album Let It Bleed.   1. (1) HONKY TONK...

27 September 1969

27 September 1969

Go-Set's National Top 40 The 27th of September 1969 #1: The Rolling Stones Honky Tonk Women Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, this was a single-only release, with a country version ("Country Honk") released on the album Let It Bleed.   1. (1) HONKY TONK...

20 September 1969

20 September 1969

Go-Set's National Top 40 The 20th of September 1969 #1: The Rolling Stones Honky Tonk Women Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, this was a single-only release, with a country version ("Country Honk") released on the album Let It Bleed.   1. (1) HONKY TONK...

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