Beginning Saturday, July 28, PlaZma Radio will experience its first major service interruption. I’ll be taking the station offline for about 2 months while I re-tool and re-brand a bit. THANK YOU to everyone who has tuned in since PlaZma Radio first went online back in October of 2002. This is isn’t “goodbye”, it’s “See you in a couple months”. I plan on bringing her back online in early October, 2018. More updates to follow.
Sincerely and Gratefully,
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From 6:00 Friday to midnight Sunday, it’s full-steam ahead with extended and alternate mixes of your favorite 80s and 90s tunes.
Here you’ll find everything you need to know about your favorite 80s radio station.
PlaZma Radio (WPLZ-DB) has been a fully licensed online radio station since 2002. It started in Holly, MI and is now located in Louisville, KY.
PlaZma Radio was inspired by many a late-night, alcohol-infused webcast on the now-defunct website called Stickam. It was during one of those nights that DJ PlaZma realized he could put his passion for 80s music into the ears of 80s music lovers around the world. Such was the beginning of PlaZma Radio.
As times and music change, so, too, has PlaZma Radio. I’ve started to incorporate 90s music into the lineup on a regular basis.
In 2012 I was granted the call letters WPLZ-DB.
PlaZma Radio is basically everything 80s and (now) 90s. From late ’79 through ’99, chances are you’ll find it here. Being a huge fan of 80s New Wave and Alternative, you’ll find a bit of a slant in that direction.
Automated Requests are online. Click the rather obvious link to the right.
Even though the music library is pretty extensive and I routinely add new music, there is music that I’m bound to not have. If you notice something missing, send me an email and I’ll see what I can do about bringing it on board.
Thank you VERY MUCH for listening.