There are a lot of radio stations in New York, and they cover the full gamut of tastes and styles. We've got NPR (which is much like Radio 4), jazz, classical, shock jock, dance and so on. You name it, we've probably got it.
But there's only one "Classic Rock" station.
Now, I like my classic rock, so I've spent a bit of time listening to Q104.3 as I trundle round the apartment.
It's generally good, and plays pretty much what you'd expect. The only downside is the rather narrow playlist. I realise that "classic" is a subjective term, but this station seems to want to redefine it.
It's got so predictable now, that we can often guess which artists they will play in the next hour; and sometimes even the song.
Where's XFM when I need it?