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Totally '70s

Sirius Radio Totally '70s
Broadcast area Off-Air
Frequency Sirius 7
Dish Network 6007
Format 1970s Music
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner Sirius Satellite Radio
Website www.sirius.com/totally70s

Totally '70s was an all-1970s music channel on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 7 and Dish Network channel 6007. It was replaced by '70s on 7 after the Sirius-XM merger.

The Totally 70's Satellite Survey was hosted by Dave Hoeffel. Actor Barry Williams, who starred as Greg Brady on the 1970s TV' series "The Brady Bunch", hosted The Real Greg Brady’s Totally '70s Pop Quiz. The rest of the lineup included shows hosted by Magic Matt Alan, Ron Parker, J.J. Walker (also known as The "Jammer" OR "Double J" in the 1980's on New York City's WHTZ), and Jay Thomas.

The channel played the full spectrum of hit songs from 1970 to 1979, spanning pop, soul, rock, and disco. Some songs that went on to be considered decade kitsch were spotlighted in a bottom-of-the-hour feature called "Jukebox from Hell".

See also

External links

  • '70s on 7 official site
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