Envision Puts '90s Rock On The Core
October 3, 2012 at 3:26 PM (PT)
ENVISION RADIO NETWORKS has launched a new series based on '90s rock, called The Core. Hosted by WRIF/DETROIT afternoon host MELTDOWN and programmed by STEVE BLACK, 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 '90s era represents one of the biggest shifts of a musical direction in rock history," The Core creator STEVE BLACK said. "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 reshaped the music world, you’re 38 years old and more than ready to reflect on those days gone by."
"This is the music that encompasses the CORE of my radio career," MELTDOWN said. "I played these songs when they were new. Once I heard the concept for this new weekly program, I had to jump on board."