I have always loved the station because they played R&B SOUL music, now more then before since the local station that had all the R&B HIP HOP left the airwaves and Stars is filling that gab, now it is like going to Mall Of Music where you get your: SOUL, R&B, HIP HOP. This new format of present and throw back; draws a large fan base. I think that the oldest song sang by its Original Performe is: Mimi Riverton's "Loving you"! and playing hit "BEFORE THEY TURN IN TO HITS"
Learned about this station while visiting Florida. I live in .CA and this is now my daily listening vibe. Love the old school, soothing r&b, the spiritual moments, the continuous music before the commercial breaks, and the talk shows. Everytime I feel a little tired, you play another jam! Like right now, Let's Chill by Guy is on! I'll leave a voice response soon. Trust, I stay reminding myself that I'm not there so that I don't make plans to go to the local events. You are a Star for real. You got a West coast fan indeed! Keep playing the hits. Love!
I love the old school music. The station is clear on the app /phone but the radio is mostly out of range with static. I waited at least10 year to hear the type of music in my home while cleaning and relaxing after moving from NY. They only play to my age group where I can relate in my soul as I age. Thank you. Sometime your world interactions need soul music to thrive with peace, day to day. Star 94.5 is like WBLS.
Like the station and therefore got the app which allows me reliable access at all times. To date I have not encountered any problems with app.
Old school never sounded better
Keep cutting off, it's ok like listening to the TJMS. I never win anything from this station.
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