I have been listening to Rock 95 since I moved to Simcoe County years ago. There seems to be some kind of hesitation to playing newer genres of rock/hard rock. Look around folks, there is many other bands out there that have great followers. i.e. Ghost.
We used to listen to 104.1 but since it went bounce, we only listen to Rock 95 now and we love it! :)
Really disappointed in your disc jockey before lunch today. This is indigenous day on the radio, not pride. I am not against pride but they have had a month . This was very poor taste. It could have waited till tomorrow.
Just discovered this station and just moved to Gravenhurst from Kingston and before that Alberta, you people know how to get it done KEEP ROCKIN
Love rock 95, won my very first concert tickets off them, that I tried every day on my Highschool lunch break with a rotery dial phone. I finally was caller #9, 5 days before my bday which is June 23rd.
Привет из Сибири ! Класс , достойная музыка !!!
Love the memories with you guys <3 the games not so much lol can't ever get through ;)
I moved away from Barrie over twenty years ago. I was recently driving through Barrie, and tuned in Rock 95. I was amazed to hear nothing had changed. You play all the same songs you played over 20 years ago, and almost nothing new. In a way, it’s really nice. It brought back a lot of memories and great feelings. But it made me think about how little music seems to mean to people these days. There are still great songs being written. Fantastic bands are being formed all the time. But radio stations seem to be 24 hour memorial services for music. Why help bury it when you can help it thrive instead? There is still amazing music. Nobody is going to bring it to you, you have to go out look for it. Find it, and help people get excited about music again. I would, but I’m not a radio station.
CFJB-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 95.7 FM in Barrie, Ontario. The station broadcasts an mainstream rock format branded as Rock 95.
Owned by Central Ontario Broadcasting (Rock 95 Broadcasting (Barrie-Orillia) Ltd.), the station launched on October 7, 1988. CFJB-FM can be heard as far south as Mississauga, and as far north as Parry Sound.