Hard Drive With Lou Brutus
Saturday Nights 8:00PM To 10PM
Since its birth, hardDrive has become a respected and influential extreme rock (for those you who don’t know what this is, suffice to say it’s a cross between hard rock and modern rock) radio show in broadcast history. Hosted since its inception by the award winning Lou Brutus, the show has constantly defined what new hard music is all about. hardDrive has given listeners across the continental United States and Alaska their first taste of bands including Disturbed, Godsmack, Rammstein, Slipknot and tool, among hundreds of others. Week after week, hardDrive interviews virtually every extreme musician that exists. ‘Nuff said. As long as hardDrive is on the air, U.S. citizens are assured inflation will remain low, American prestige will remain high, and extreme rock music will always have a home.
In the 1990’s a new class of rock artists emerged and created a sound that defined a generation. Often displaced because it didn’t fit the mold of classic rock or new rock, an entire decade of revolutionary music has found a home in The Core from Envision Radio Networks®.
Hosted by Meltdown and programmed by Steve Black from Detroit’s rock powerhouse WRIF, The Core is a two hour show that offers music and updates from the rock artists that thrived in the 90’s including Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Soundgarden, and U2.
“The 90’s era represents one of the biggest shifts of a musical direction in rock history. If you were 15 when Green Day released Dookie in 1994, you’re now 33 years old. If you were a senior in high school when Nirvana re-shaped the music world, you’re 38 years old and more than ready to reflect on those days gone by,” said The Core creator Steve Black, who is also the mastermind behind The Chop Shop, Chop Shop Classic, and Classic Rock Live.