Coming up this week on “The Greatest Hits of Music”:

Every Sunday afternoon here at 91.5 and 102.5 FM, we bring you The Greatest Hits of Music.

This is not your typical Greatest Hits show, though.

The show is presented by James Ross, we’re not just playing oldies and goodies, James is playing what the greatest hits of music are across the decades, from the rip-roaring rock n’ roll of the 50s and 60s, to the thumping bass of today’s pop music.

Spanning across all genres (yes, even disco!), we’re bringing you hours of the Greatest Hits of Music that is just perfect to help you get through your Sunday afternoon here in Phuket or from wherever you’re tuning in across the globe on the Phuket Island radio mobile apps, which by the way are FREE to download.

Greatest Hits of Music classics.

Expect to hear classics you might not have heard in years or ones that you might’ve forgotten about, like “Bossa Nova Baby” by the King of Rock n’ Roll himself, Mr. Elvis Presley, or “Reet Petite” from Jackie “Mr. Excitement” Wilson.

Greatest Hits of Music presenter James Ross

Greatest Hits of Music presenter James Ross

If you’re looking for some tunes that scream ‘Here and Now’, we’re bringing you “Acceptable In The 80s” from today’s highest paid DJ in the world, Calvin Harris, and Katy Perry’s classic chart-topping hit from 2008 that made her one of the most popular pop singers in music history, “Hot N Cold”.

Want to step into a time machine and go back to the land of Madonna, The B-52s, ABBA, and Deep Purple?

We’ve got you covered at The Greatest Hits of Music.

Be sure to tune in this Sunday at 2pm for The Greatest Hits of Music, the only radio show that brings you the nostalgic tunes of a simpler time back-to-back with the sounds of today’s music charts in an eclectic mix that’s simply one of the best playlists you’ll hear all week, here at 91.5 and 102.5 FM this Sunday afternoon throughout Phuket and available online and through the mobile apps at Google Play and IPhone.

“The Greatest Hits of Music.” Make music fun again.