Predominately Presley, the all-Elvis radio program, returns to Chicago airwaves and to worldwide listeners via the internet, exclusively on Chicago's UIC Radio, www.uicradio.ws. Broadcasts are to begin on Sunday, May 11, from 1pm-3pm CST.
The radio show, hosted by Bryan Gruszka, began life in 1991 as "The Elvis Hour", had aired locally in the Chicagoland area on WRDP Radio (640 AM) until 1997, when it found a new home on Chicago's Flames Radio (89.5 FM)
and a whole new audience via a simulcast on the World Wide Web. From 1997 until 2001, the show continued to expand its audience with its mixture of rare Elvis cuts, including outtakes, rehearsals and live performances
along with the latest Elvis releases, all combined with entertaining news stories, trivia, and special themed programming, eventually reaching listeners in over 40 states and 26 countries. "Predominately Presley"
aired its last program on April 17, 2001, 10 years to the date of its very first broadcast.
UIC Radio uses Nullsoft SHOUTcast streaming MP3 technology, enabling users to enjoy all formats of music regardless of where they are located in the world. Listeners simply need an internet connection and a compatible media player (such as iTunes for Apple users and WinAmp for PC users).
Updated: Apr 26, 2003