Indiana’s Power Rock 93.9 Joins Envision Rock Network

(MARCH 2017) – Envision Networks® is proud to welcome Sound Broadcasting, Inc.’s WKTG-FM/Evansville as the latest affiliate of Rock Recall, the two hour rock show which brings back the big guitars and attitude that dominated music throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s. With Power Rock 93.9 now airing the ’80s edition of Rock Recall, it joins over 350 affiliates on the Envision Rock Network.

Two different versions of Rock Recall are available. The 70s version features the cornerstone bands that redefined music with their groundbreaking work, including Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, KISS, Rush, Van Halen, Aerosmith and many more. The 80s version is all about the bands who embraced big hair and questionable fashion choices, with songs from Guns N’ Roses, Mötley Crüe, Journey, Bon Jovi, Tesla, Iron Maiden, Foreigner and more.

All of the tunes in both shows are surrounded by the sounds and flavor from each decade with relevant audio that includes news clips, movie drops, sports highlights, classic commercials and more, connecting you to your favorite memories. How well do you remember your favorite music that rocked? Rock Recall will help jog your memory with two hours of classic favorites each week!

For more information on Rock Recall visit For more details on how to add this program to your station, contact Amber Wade at 216-831-3761 or

About Envision Networks®:

Envision Networks® provides content and services to more than 2,500 radio stations and reaches millions of listeners each week. Envision Radio Networks, Inc. is the largest independently owned affiliate relations company in the country and supplies all types of programming and services to radio including morning show content, short-form vignettes, virtual weather-news-sports broadcasts, live syndicated morning shows, long-form weekend programming, 24/7 formats, comedy services, event programming, off-air tools, web content, album releases and artist specials. Envision Networks® is based in Cleveland, Ohio, with offices in New York City and Nashville.   


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