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Tom Petty

Tom Petty's Buried Treasure

Each week, Tom Petty pulls together a set of little-known musical delights and classic tracks alike — many vintage, each a treasure. He’s a Grammy®-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, and he articulately and passionately introduces you to his first love: the music. For more information on Tom Petty’s Buried Treasure, visit


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  • Meg Griffin | email

    Mondays 6 am - 11 am ET
    Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 6 am - 12 pm ET

    A bona-fide radio legend and one of a handful of DJs celebrated in the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame and Museum, "Megless" actually went to school to be a veterinarian, but after getting a gig at a college radio station, she was hooked. 30 years in radio later, we can see her instincts were spot on.

  • Earle Bailey | emailMondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays 12 pm- 7 pm ET
    Thursdays 12 pm - 5 pm; 6 pm- 7 pm ET
    Sundays 3 pm - 6 pm ET

    From on-air host to producer and news director, Earle Bailey's radio career took him from Bridgeport, CT to Philadelphia, where he produced and hosted Rock 'n' Roll Roots. The show featured artists and songs banished from "classic rock" formats – the music you can hear on Deep Tracks every day.

  • Jim Ladd | emailWeekdays 7pm ET
    Legendary Southern California classic rock DJ Jim Ladd brings his free-form radio show to Deep Tracks. Join Jim as he broadcasts from Los Angeles, where he’ll craft unique musically themed sets, as he’s done since the start of his career. For more Jim Ladd Find him on facebook here.

  • Dan Neer | email
    Saturdays 9 am - 4 pm ET
    Sundays 9 am - 2 pm ET
    When Dan was nine, he heard the likes of The Beatles and Rolling Stones introduced on a transistor radio and came to the conclusion: DJs were cool. Since 1977, Dan has spoken to and about the likes of Robert Plant, Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton, and also hosted the weekly rock program Up Close.