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Food Food from Popcorn wrote on 18th October 2020 at 4:14 am:
I requested a song by Stevie Nicks, I'm sure it will get played so thank you!
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Thanks for the request today ๐Ÿ™‚
Graham Bollands Graham Bollands from CROWTHORNE wrote on 9th October 2020 at 3:52 pm:
Hi Alex, thanks for all the great music- have just made a small donation because I get so much enjoyment from your shows and from listening live during the day. Makes working at home very enjoyable!! I just can't believe how you discover so much new music- there is literally something every week that I've not heard before that I love, the latest being Photo Ops and Sunset Jones. Not to mention great 'oldies' like Jackson Browne, John Lennon and Kirsty MacColl etc, lots of Emily Barker, and thanks for the reminder of Josh Ritter at Union Chapel- what a night! We've just sold our house and plan to move to Devon, where our dream is to convert an old barn into a live music venue- rest assured if the dream can come true, you'll be invited to the opening night!! All the very best, Graham
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Hey Graham, Thanks so much for the kind donation - and while dealing with a house move too! Having recently got our dedicated apps up and running, we're now looking at making an 'Alexa Skill' -so that will certainly help in this latest venture. Thanks again! Aaaahhh... yes... that Josh Ritter gig was wonderful aye! ๐Ÿ™‚ I'm thrilled to hear we're managing to share new music that perhaps you haven't come across before and it's equally brilliant to hear you're enjoying the artists I know you're aware of too :). All the best with the upcoming move to beautiful Devon. Hope all goes well on this front. Brilliant to hear you plan to build a live venue!!! Exciting times. Yes... would love to attend a future gig or 3 - lol! Please keep us informed going forward. Best to you and yours! ๐Ÿ™‚
T A R Q U I N @ReliantCTFC T A R Q U I N @ReliantCTFC from Cheltenham wrote on 3rd October 2020 at 7:06 pm:
Had the absolute fortune to be listening to music in Havanas Coffee Shop on Prestbury Road, Cheltenham, today (3 October) and an awesome stream was playing (especially โ€˜Ben Reelโ€™) over their speaker system, when the announcer said โ€œMystery Train Radioโ€. I was intrigued ... who is โ€œMystery Train Radioโ€? And what a very cool name! A bit of digging on my smartphone revealed this totally unique radio station is actually based in Cheltenham - wow! I gave them a shout out on my Twitter account and got some lovely replies from the Show and new followers. I am hooked!! This is not local amateurs, this is a very slick production.
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Hey Tarquin. Thanks for the messages via twitter. Brilliant to know you found us via 'Havanas Coffee Shop' today. How brilliant they were playing us in the store! We must go thank them before too long - and grab some breaky or coffee & cake. Thanks for taking the trouble to seek us out on your phone... as it happens we are launching our dedicated smartphone apps formally tomorrow. They've just been published - just search for 'Mystery Train Radio' on the Apple App Store or via The Google Play Store. Seems you found us via a smart speaker today. Anyway... brilliant to have you aboard. All the best MTRHQ.
DiElle DiElle from Wickham wrote on 23rd September 2020 at 5:05 am:
Hi there! What a lovely station! I was really pleased to meet you on Twitter ๐Ÿ™‚ Best wishes Dx
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Thanks for the message today. Thrilled to know you're enjoying/like the station ๐Ÿ™‚
Frank Pereira Frank Pereira from Devonport, New Zealand wrote on 23rd August 2020 at 5:08 am:
Hi Guys, I just discovered your radio! Some real cool shows, playing the old and new. I like to suggest some new music from New Zealand, which would fit very well with MTR. How can I do that? Thanks. Frank
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Hi Frank. Having lived in NZ myself a while (Alex at MTR), we'd love to hear of recommendations. Thanks for the message here. Feel free to email alex@mysterytrainradio.com direct. Thanks again!
Michael Wierenga Michael Wierenga from Helston wrote on 16th June 2020 at 11:40 am:
Hey guys, Just found you on the Roberts radio and now on-line in my office. What great music, every track a winner. Thanks.
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Hi Michael. Thank you so much for the message here! Brilliant to hear you're enjoying the music and we're obviously thrilled you've found us! It would be great to know how you stumbled across us? Cheers again for the message today ๐Ÿ™‚
Stewart Stewart from Leeds UK wrote on 11th June 2020 at 10:10 am:
Always listened to you via my internet radio. Decided to have a look at you online and found the Gene Clark playlist...wow, simply fabulous.the version of "No Other" is stunning.
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Hi Stewart, Thanks so much for taking the trouble to write to us today! Brilliant to hear you enjoy listening to us via internet radio and that you've now discovered the website. 'No Other' is such a fantastic album, and we were honoured Neon Brambles from the Gene Clark website - https://www.gene-clark.com/ took the trouble to make a show for us to air/share. Well worth a full listen. Anyway... thanks so much for the message here. All the very best!
Rybnik Polska Rybnik Polska from Katowice wrote on 30th May 2020 at 2:20 pm:
Great music, I'm listening to you from Rybnik
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Thank you for tuning in from Poland! We're very happy to hear you're enjoying the music today ๐Ÿ™‚ All the best from MTRHQ.
Karen Glover Karen Glover from Cumbria wrote on 29th April 2020 at 2:34 pm:
I did catch Dory Previn and was delighted to hear it. Thatโ€™s made my day ha.
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Great to hear! Thank you again for listening today ๐Ÿ™‚
Karen Glover Karen Glover from Cumbria wrote on 29th April 2020 at 12:14 pm:
I love this radio station, found it accidentally. I havenโ€™t heard one track that I havenโ€™t like. It is helping me working from home though I keep stopping to look up artists! Would love to hear some Dory Previn.
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Hi Karen, thank you so much for the message here today! We're thrilled you're enjoying the music and it's helping you work at home given these strange days! We hope you caught the Dory Previn song played today. Thanks again and all the best from MTRHQ ๐Ÿ™‚
Ronnie Mackay Ronnie Mackay from Brora wrote on 14th April 2020 at 11:37 am:
Live up in the Scottish Highland little town of 'Brora'. Love your Mystery Radio, but is there a way to listen to it on 'Alexa' or 'Google Home'. Thanks.
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Hello and thank you for the message today! Lot's of ways to listen are noted on the 'Listen Live' page and yes - you can tune in via 'Alexa' or 'Google' devices. If you have an 'Amazon Echo' or 'Alexa', listen by saying ''Play TuneIn Mystery Train Radio'' & if you have a Google device just say ''Play Mystery Train Radio on TuneIn''. I think these options should work. Please kindly let us know how you get on. The latest advice we have suggests this should work :). Kind regards and thank you for tuning in!
Gary Hucul Gary Hucul from Courtenay wrote on 9th March 2020 at 4:58 pm:
You fixed it (the ability to copy song titles). Awesome. And thank you.
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Hi Gary, Yes, it works at this time... though I would say more work will take place on the website coming up which will mean an intermittent ability to copy song title lists till things are complete. Message us via email if you want to know more about any of the artists played ๐Ÿ™‚
pat johnson pat johnson from LONDON wrote on 10th February 2020 at 4:41 pm:
Hi there Can you please play 'Impossible' By Lifesigns New release from a great UK prog band . Rising up the Amazon charts Thanks so much Patrick Johnson
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Hi. Thanks for the message here. We will have an investigate this end and see if we can play the track going forward. All the best.
Mike (Gary) Mike (Gary) from Comox Valley wrote on 1st February 2020 at 12:35 am:
You know me. I bother you all the time. I have one suggestion but I don't know if it's possible to do or not. It may also be really nitpicky but I'll mention it anyways. Since you guys changed things around on your player page, I can no longer highlight an artist on your played list and simply search Google for the artist and the song they performed. Know what I mean? The playlist to the right of the player, you can no longer highlight and copy there. You need to type the name and song into your search engine. And aren't I a lazy sonofabitch huh? Anyways, not a big deal and thanks.
Admin Reply by: Mystery Train Radio
Ahhhh... I know why that is happening. Thanks for the suggestion. We will take a look at that element and see what we can do going forward to make it easier to retrieve song-title and artist information. Thanks for the message here ๐Ÿ™‚

 

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    Sivaramaprasad Kappagantu

    I just stumbled upon your Radio Station and listening as I type via Radio Garden app on my phone.

    I am just curious to know the significance of the name of your Station “Mystery Train Radio”. How the name came about and what’s the connection is with with trains. Can you please inform.

    In case you are playing music on request, please play “Top of the World” by The Carpenters.


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      Mystery Train Radio

      Hi. Thank you for listening to ‘Mystery Train Radio’ on ‘Radio Garden’ and for your question here! ‘Radio Garden’ is a very neat app! Detail as to why the station is called ‘Mystery Train Radio’ can be found here – http://www.mysterytrainradio.com/about/ – we also play many songs that have train related lyrics throughout the day. We don’t play requests as such, though we are always fascinated to hear about listeners favorite tracks or artists and tend to incorporate many song suggestions into the playlists of music we air… so thank you for the suggestion! Karen’s voice was one in a million! Kind regards.


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      Mike (Gary)

      MT Radio is an awesome channel, and they are very interactive with their fans on social media. They’re just the best.


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        Alex

        Cheers for the recommendation ๐Ÿ™‚


        Alex
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    Molly

    Listening from NJ – always a terrific show!


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      Alex

      Hey… thanks tons Molly! Really appreciate you taking the time to tune in. Best to you and NJ! :)))


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    Gary

    Enjoyed the live show tonight Alex.


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    1. Alex
      Alex

      Thanks tons for tuning in Gary! Let me know if you have any favorites you’d like to hear going forward. A little Robbie Robertson maybe? ๐Ÿ™‚


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        Gary

        I can listen to his stuff any time I want. Just keep doing what you’re doing. Right now I’m digging someone else I’ve never heard of before; Sheema Mukherjee.


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    Gary

    Another discovery on MT. First Aid Kit – Cedar Lane. Fantastic harmonies.


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      Mystery Train Radio

      Hi Gary, Thanks for the message here! ‘Cedar Lane’ is indeed a fab song. Glad you enjoyed ๐Ÿ™‚ We love this Swedish Duo. ‘Cedar Lane’ is from the groups third album ‘Stay Gold’. If you fancy exploring more we would highly recommend this album and the bands second long-player, a record called ‘The Lion’s Roar’. Songs like ‘Emmylou’ & ‘In The Heart’s Of Men’ will have you wanting more :). All the best!


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        Gary

        I guess I missed this before. Cedar Lane is awesome. I’m hooked. And the girl’s harmonies are amazing, some of the best I’ve ever heard. Thanks Alex. Yes I will check out some of their other stuff.


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    Ed

    Thanks for the music tonight Alex. Please take care of yourself as you take care of your family. Ed


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    1. Alex
      Alex

      Thanks Ed. Your email to the studio got to me late… but managed to read out the fact you enjoyed the Judy Collins track ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks tons for tuning in and I trust the ribs and yard bird tasted mighty fine! ๐Ÿ™‚


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    Ed

    Thanks Alex. Let me know when you are close to Memphis. Ed


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      Alex

      Will do Ed! All the best from Gloucestershire / UK ๐Ÿ™‚


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    Andrew Whittington

    Hi

    Just wanted to say โ€œWow!โ€ What a brilliant station! Discovered you via the Radio Garden App by just having a look around the stations and you appeared and I just love what Iโ€™m hearing!

    And Iโ€™m nearby on the edge of the Cotswolds in Evesham…

    You got yourself another listener and Iโ€™ll be recommending you to my friends…๐Ÿ˜Š

    Andy


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      Mystery Train Radio

      Isn’t Radio Garden a neat app Andrew! The only problem is we find as a station it doesn’t work all the time. Service can be unreliable. See a full list of reliable apps @ http://www.mysterytrainradio.com/listen/. Thrilled you found us by chance or by searching for stations locally(ish). Thanks so much for spreading the word about MTR ๐Ÿ™‚ Feel free to let us know about the music you particularly enjoy hearing or artists you enjoy generally. Thanks again for the message here… lovely to have you aboard! ๐Ÿ™‚


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    Ed Harsson

    Thought I need to pass this on to you – John Kilzer passed away suddenly today in Memphis, Tennessee. John was a singer songwriter, a Methodist pastor, and a true helping hand to recovering addicts in the Memphis area. You folks in the U.K. seemed to appreciate his early rock and roll work than the majority of the USA. He was well known to Memphis musicians.


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      Mystery Train Radio

      Oh Ed. So sorry to hear this news! We’d only discovered John’s music relatively recently. A track or 2 is played out regularly as part of our playlist of songs – these being aired throughout the day – and I know Alex has played a song of John’s on his show. We were aware of John’s association and love for Memphis and his desire to help others in need. Please accept our deepest condolences at this sad time.


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    Maria Augusta Cei Hill

    To The Mystery Train Radio, I found out your from the Putumayo’s facebook. I Love all the songs have been singing. Just amazing. My best regards, Maria Hill


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      Mystery Train Radio

      Great to hear you heard of us through the ‘Putumayo World Music’ facebook page Maria! It’s a brilliant to share this fantastic program with the listeners of ‘Mystery Train Radio’. We are very happy to hear you have been enjoying the music :))) All the best.


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