60s and More

You've struck Gold on the Internet!  VERONICA-FM brings you the greatest hits of rock 'n
roll's most memorable era - the 1960s.  With music of the Beatles, Motown, Memphis
Soul, the British Invasion, and more, Veronica-FM is your best source for the music you
grew up that still resonates with a generation.

   Listen to Veronica Gold  by clicking on the Juke Box below:
Your favorite 60's music and more!
No commercials to interrupt the music flow!
Available worldwide on the Internet!
Many broadcasters in our day have come to the conclusion the great rock and pop you
love are out of fashion and not worth playing anymore.  Out of fashion?  We believe
otherwise.  Veronica Gold brings you the hit sounds that  radio stations have largely
abandoned.  Join us on the air or online for music that will never go out of style.
A Little About Who We Are and What We Do

West Point Internet Radio is dedicated to bringing programming to our community that
is entertaining, informative, and inspirational.  Unlike most media, we are not
corporately owned.  We are privately funded and non-commercial.  Therefore we are
free from the influence of advertisers, the need for ratings, and the motivation of profits.
 This allows us to bring you your favorite 60s Rock 'n' Roll on Veronica Gold;
Standards, Swing, and Classic Jazz on Breezy Radio; the best classic country music
on Classic Country 1630, the greatest music of the greatest composers on The
Classical Channel; and the your favorite soft rock on Soft Tracks.

We hope you enjoy the programming available on our three radio stations, whether
you are listening over-the-air in West Point, or anywhere in the world via our internet

If you have any comments about West Point Internet Radio and its services, please
contact us at
60s and More
Copyright 2012, West Point Internet  Radio, West Point, PA
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On Saturday, March 31,
Veronica FM ceased
operations on 91.3 mHz.  
We will continue our
internet broadcasts and
within a few weeks will
resurface on the AM dial at
1700 kHz.  We apologize
for the inconvenience, but
look forward to continuing
toserve our on the internet
and on 1700 AM.