The songs that your favorite album rock stations played when they played â€¦ songs from albums and not just the â€œsingles.â€ Experience the great art of surprise and discovery from Classic Rockâ€™s archives â€“ when you want to dig deeper, search our vault for the Deep Tracks! Also hear Tom Pettyâ€™s weekly radio show and Bob Dylanâ€™s Theme Time Radio Hour. What we play: Eric Clapton, Pink Floyd, The Doors, The Allman Brothers, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Who, Bob Dylan. Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour Mondays 8 pm ET, Wednesdays 11 am ET, Thursdays 12 am ET, Sundays 8 am ET Take a trip back to the golden age of radio with music hand-selected by Bob Dylan, from his personal collection. Listen as he weaves his own brand of radio with dreams, schemes and themes. Tom Petty's Buried Treasure Mondays 11 am ET, Thurdays 8 pm ET, Saturdays 4 am ET and Sunday 2 pm ET Each week Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Tom Petty takes his place as on-air host par excellence. The GrammyÂ®-winning singer-songwriter, Heartbreakers ringleader, Traveling Wilbury, and Mudcrutch frontman will pull together a set of little known musical delights and classic tracks alike â€” many vintage, each a treasure. It's an hour of radio magic woven together with Petty's articulate and passionate take on his first love: the music. Deep Tracks Undercover Tuesdays 8 pm ET, Saturdays 12 am ET, Sundays 12 am ET Songs so good that other artists felt compelled to put their own stamp of originality on them - cover songs. It's everything from The Allman Brothers version of â€œStormy Mondayâ€ to Zappa's irreverent read on â€œWhipping Post,â€ the Stones do Muddy Waters, McKendree Spring takes on Neil Young, Yes finds new life in Simon & Garfunkel's â€œAmerica.â€ The Blacklight Room Friday 10 pm ET, Saturday 11 pm ET The aroma of sandalwood an incense. The vivid protrait of artists and a groovy array of psychedelia from our vintage commercial and TV vaults. In the Blacklight Room, you will always find the finest in psychedelic rock including Traffic, The Electric Prunes, Beatles, Velvet Underground, Love and Rotary Connection and more. King Biscuit Flower Hour Mondays 3 pm ET & Tuesdays 9 pm ET The King Biscuit Flower Hour is America's longest running rock concert series. For more than 30 years King Biscuit has been bringing fans legendary performances from rock's most acclaimed bands like Aerosmith, The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, The Who, Led Zeppelin, Santana and hundreds more. For Headphones Only Monday through Thursday 10 pm ET Hungering for some classic prog rock? Satiate yourself with a dose of Progressions every weeknight at 11 pm ET. The progressive sounds of Yes, Genesis, ELP, Gentle Giant and more live on ... on Progressions. Channel 40 on XM, 16 on Sirius * Please indicate how much you like this channel by assigning it a rating. Simply use the thread rating system found at the top of the thread and give it a vote.