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Classic Dance and Disco Music
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GLOBAL GLOW RADIO is a Miami Florida Radio Station with 5 unique music formats that target the 40+ population of South Florida and around the Globe. A Global Platform created to bring you The Best and Hottest Classic Dance and Disco Music on the Planet.
It’s Miami’s #1 Disco and 80s Club Anthems Party Station. The Music you Hustled, Danced and Partied to is on One South Florida Radio Station GLOBAL GLOW RADIO. Curated with The LARGEST selection of Classic Dance and Disco Music on The Planet .
We are proud to announce the launch of our Global Glow Radio’s Station website on 7/31/2021. It’s been a project in the making for quite some time.
We invite you to listen to all the music you miss, and love from the 70s and 80s in South Florida and possibly throughout the world.
DISCO, 80s RETRO, HINRG, NU WAVE, ITALO, AND FREESTYLE MUSIC ANTHEMS
We’re taking you back to the Famous, Legendary and some Iconic South Florida Night Clubs Like 747, Allegro, Backstreets, Banana Boat, Brasserie, Casanovas, Castaways, Catz, Club Z, Club1235, Christopher’s, Copa, Daphnes, Decos, Ensign n Bitters, Faces in the Grove, Gambits, Honey for the Bears, Infinity, Joseph’s, Level 3, Limelight, Manhattans, Miami Miami, Monty Trainers, Mutiny, Mystique, Nepenthe, Parallel Bar, Pete n Lennys, Ricks Bar, Scaramouche, Squadron 94, Stringfellows, Studio 51, Suzzanes, Waterfront, Widow Mcoys, and Zacharys to name a few.
We’re also bringing you some of the best music from the Legendary Studio 54 and Paradise Garage in New York City, where the Legendary Dj Larry Levan Played.
Enjoy the Music you listened to on your car radio in that era on South Florida Stations like DISCO96, 96X, I95, Y-100, POWER96, RHYTHM98, SUPERQ and More.
A time that will never return, but will be forever in our Hearts.
Take us on the go wherever you go to the Beach or by the Pool or for a cruise around Town.
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NEW SCHEDULE AS OF JUNE 6, 2022
RADIO STATION SCHEDULE...
1)MONDAY 8:00AM - TUESDAY 8:00AM IT’S
”SOUL TRAIN DISCO”
It's Time to Disco, Funk and Boogie
Feat. The Largest Selection of Funk and Funky Disco on the Planet.
2) TUESDAY 8:00AM - THURSDAY 8:00AM IT'S "THE BEST DISCO IN TOWN" Get up and Get down to the Best Disco around
Feat. The Largest Selection of Funk, Funky Disco and Disco
3) THURSDAY 8:00AM - FRIDAY 8:00AM IT'S
"CASANOVA ACTION DISCO SATISFACTION"
Enjoy a Miami Heatwave of Non Stop Disco Classics
Feat. The Hottest Hi Energy Disco Tracks that make you want to Hustle Back to Back non Stop
4) FRIDAY 8:00AM - FRIDAY 5:00PM IT’S
Taking you back to the 80's
Feat. The Hottest Freestyle Party from Miami To New York.
5) FRIDAY 8:00PM - MONDAY 6:00AM IT’S
”SOUTH FLORIDA'S ICONIC 80'S CLUB WEEKEND"
A Weekend Club Reunion
Feat. The Hottest 80's Dance, Italo, HiNrg, Nu Wave, Freestyle and Dance Remixes that were played at your Favorite South Florida 80s, 90's and 2000's Night Club Like BACKSTREETS, CASANOVA'S and CLUB 1235, Club just to name a few.
TO BRING BACK AND RELIVE SOME OF THE BEST DANCE CLASSICS AND DISCO MUSIC
FROM THE 70s AND 80s THAT HAS BEEN FORGOTTEN AND SHELVED BY AM/FM RADIO STATIONS AND PROGRAM DIRECTORS ALL OVER THE WORLD AND WITHHELD FROM BROADCASTING TO THE GLOBAL DANCE COMMUNITY.
TO CREATE A GLOBAL PLATFORM TO KEEP THE SOUTH FLORIDA DISCO, FREESTYLE, 80s DANCE MUSIC AND NIGHTCLUB LEGACY & MEMORY ALIVE AND ON THE FORE FRONT IN MIAMI AND THROUGHOUT THE WORLD LIKE NO OTHER SOUTH FLORIDA ON OR FM STATION.
Director of Branding
SOUTH FLORIDA'S Source for All CLASSIC DANCE & DISCO CLASSICS
Disco * Funky Disco * High Energy * Italo * Dance Classics* Dance New Wave * Freestyle * Remixes * Mixes and More
GET UP and GET DOWN W/
“THE BEST DISCO IN TOWN”
On GLOBAL GLOW RADIO
South Florida’s #1 Dance Classics and Disco Music Party Station.
Tune in For The Hottest and Largest Disco Selection from around the Globe that you Danced, Partied and Hustled to in the 70s and early 80s.
Featuring Music from your favorite Disco Clubs Clubs Like 747, Allegro, Brasserie, Casanovas, Castaways, Catz, Christopher’s, Daphnes, Faces in the Grove, Gambits, Honey for the Bears, Joseph’s, Level 3, Limelight, Manhattans, Miami Miami, Mutiny, Mystique, Pete n Lennys, Scaramouche, Studio 51, Suzzanes, Widow Mcoys, Zacharys and more.
**Monday 6AM - Friday 6:00AM**
RELIVE THE BEST of your Favorite Freestyle Classics as we feature
**Friday 8:00AM - FRIDAY 5:00PM**
RELIVE THE PARTY of your Favorite South Florida 80s Nightclubs as we feature
“CASANOVA'S, CLUB 1235 and BACKSTREETS, CLUB ANTHEMS WEEKEND"
IT’S TIME TO RELIVE THE MUSIC that Rocked the Dance Floors in the 80s with your Favorite Dj every Weekend at South Florida’s Legendary Night Clubs like ALCAZABA, BACKSTREETS, CASANOVA'S, CLUB 1235, MYSTIQUE, RICKS CAFE and More.
It’s a South Florida Nightclub Reunion Weekend Online featuring The Best 80s Retro, Italo, Hinrg, Nu Wave, and Freestyle Music Anthems and Dance Remixes.
ONE STATION ONE CHANNEL.
**Friday 5:00PM - Monday 6:00AM**
Nu-disco is a 21st-century dance music genre associated with a renewed interest in the late 1970s US disco, synthesizer-heavy 1980s European dance music styles, and early 1990s electronic dance music. ... Nu-disco is often confused with the other disco-influenced house music genres, such as French house or disco house.
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"12:00 NOON and 8:00PM"
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”THE ULTRADISCO LOUNGE”
Broadcasting Live Throughout the Globe
North America @ 12:00 PM EST., 1:00 PM CST., 2:00 PM MST., 3:00 PM PST.
North America @ 8:00 PM EST., 9:00 PM CST., 10:00 PM MST., 11:00 PM PST.
London @ 12:00AM and 8:00AM
Italy @ 1:00 AM and 9:00AM
Germany @ 1:00 AM and 9:00AM
Paris @ 1:00 AM and 9:00AM
Dubai @ 5:00 AM and 1:00PM
Tokyo @ 9:00 AM and 5:00PM
Featuring George Alvarado’s * Disco * 80s *90s and 2000s Eclectic House Remixes that where played during his Residencies and Guest appearances in South Florida as listed below during the 80s, 90s and early 2000s.
Featuring Music from
SOUTH FLORIDA RADIO RESIDENCIES: WPOW POWER 96.5FM and WPYM PARTY 93.1FM
SOUTH FLORIDA CLUB RESIDENCIES: Metropolis, Bungalow 9, Voodoo Lounge, Matrix, Kit Kat, 609, Grand Slam, Diamante, Club One, Egoiste, Club NU, Scratch, The Egg House, 5TH Street, Sports Rock, Who's in the Groove, G Wizz, Bits n Pieces, Parallel Bar, Banana Boat, Brothers two, Biscayne Baby and Ricks Cafe.
SOUTH FLORIDA GUEST APPEARANCES: In South Florida: EIIeven Night Club,Ultra, Club Space, Resort Nightclub, Zombie, Billboard Live, The Saint, Radius, Krystal, Rio, Level, Liquid, Stereo, Amnesia, Warsaw, Decos, Club A, Institute, Suzannes, Downtown, Reggae Rockers, Underground, Cheers, Copa, Fire and Ice, Casanovas, Traxx, Allegro, Brass Menagerie amd Borderline,
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Studio 54 is a Broadway theatre and a former disco nightclub located on 54th Street in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The building opened in 1927 as the Gallo Opera House. It operated as an entertainment venue under various names until 1942, when CBS began using it as a radio and television studio dubbed Studio 52.
In 1977, Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager opened a nightclub in the building, retaining many of former TV and theatrical sets and naming it for its street. Launched at the peak of the disco dancing and music trend, the club became world-famous,noted for its celebrity guest lists, restrictive (and subjective) entry policies (based on one's appearance and style), rampant club drug use, and open sexual activity in the club's infamous balcony and basement VIP rooms.
In 1980, the club shut down after its founders were convicted for evading taxes. They sold the club to Mark Fleischman who reopened it, then sold it in 1984 to new owners, who closed it in 1986.
Since November 1998, the site has served as a venue for productions of the Roundabout Theatre Company and retains the name Studio 54. A separate restaurant and nightclub, Feinstein's/54 Below, operates in the basement of the building.
The Paradise Garage, also known as "the Garage" or the "Gay-rage", was a discotheque in New York Citynotable in the history of modern dance and pop music, as well as LGBT and nightclub cultures. It was founded by Michael Brody, its sole proprietor, and was located at 84 King Street in the SoHo neighborhood. It operated from 1977 to 1987 and was the base for resident DJ Larry Levan.
The club has been credited for its influence on the development of the modern dance club as it is in the 2000s; unlike other clubs of its time, the Paradise Garage was focused on dancing rather than verbal interaction, and it was the first to put the DJ at the center of attention. It was known for its enthusiastic, yet unforgiving nature if a performer was struggling.
Among the notable musicians who performed there were Diana Ross and a young Madonna. In 1979, Tim Curry released the album Fearless, containing the single "Paradise Garage", whose lyrics narrate visiting the discotheque.
In April 2018, demolition on the former Paradise Garage site was completed.
Club Nu, 245 22nd St., 672-0068. Since its opening in 1987, hyper-trendy Club Nu has been the undisputed kingpin of South Beach nightclubs. By utilizing an innovative blend of ever-changing interior decor (the Far East is the current theme), quirky club events such as female oil-wrestling, and an eclectic grab-bag of concert attractions ranging from rock act 7 Seconds to lambada group Kaoma, the high-tech nightspot never fails to cover all the promotional angles. Club Nu was open Wednesday through Saturday until 9 o'clock in the morning.
Once heralded as South Beach’s most iconic nightclub Club Z/Club 1235/Decos offers over 30,000 SF of prime real estate on Washington Avenue between 12th and 13th Streets. Still grand and majestic, the now raw venue is perfectly suited for large-scale productions with guest counts between 500 and 1,400. Over the years, this coveted stage has hosted everyone from Prince and Beyoncé to David Guetta and Skrillex.
Previous private bookings have included Pepsi, Coca-Cola, and HBO, as well as countless film and television projects.
Club 1235 is purpose-built to provide high-definition sound and multi-dimensional lighting. It offers 1,600 amps of power for lighting designers to accomplish dramatic effects across the large stage and dance floor. The surrounding walls within the Ballroom can support LED screens for the ultimate 360-degree customization. Also within the Ballroom, the Mezzanine Lounge can hold up to 250 guests (with seating) and offers an unobstructed bird’s eye view of stage.
A separate Lobby Bar adjacent to the Ballroom, can host a pre-reception cocktail prior to the main event. Six standalone bars, accommodating eight bartenders, exist throughout the space for the ultimate convenience. Additionally, Club 1235 features five dressing rooms across two floors, with two private restrooms. A total of 25 restrooms exist throughout the club’s public areas for guests.
Event producers are welcome to bring in additional furnishings and décor, as well as all sound and lighting. The illuminated marquee on the building’s facade is an added bonus and available for event branding. As the exclusive catering partner, Creative Edge Parties provides all the food, beverage and staffing.
Legendary Gay Nightclub with incredible Music in Ft Lauderdale which later became the edge. More info COMING SOON.
Located at 740 E 9th Street in Hialeah, Florida, Casanovas was the legendary nightclub that flourished during the Disco and Dance era.
Literally everyone who was anyone in the dance music industry performed at Casanova's from the late 70's to the early 90's.
Many National acts like Madonna, Vickie Sue Robinson, The Village People, Celi Bee, Sheila E, France Joli, Musiq, Miami Sound Machine, KC and the Sunshine Band, New Edition, Chaka Kahn, Evelyn Champagne king, Irene Cara, Grace Jones, Jermaine Jackson, Eartha Kitt and Celia Cruz where just some that shared the Casanova’s stage.
Casanovas was a DISCOTEQUE where music enthusiast really appreciated amazing Dance and Disco music. Check the link below and join the over 42,600 Listeners that have tuned in to the podcast and experience a one hour sample of a great time and amazing nightclub in South Florida..
A Nightclub/Discoteque that will never be duplicated or forgotten and definitely one for the books..
Soul Train, American music variety televisionshow, the first to prominently feature African American musical acts and dancers. Broadcast nationally from 1971 to 2006, it was one of the longest-running syndicated programs in American television history.
Dance Fever is an American musical variety seriesthat aired weekly in syndication from January 1979 to September 1987. The series was technically created by Merv Griffin but his agent Murray Schwartz actually conceived the idea of a pilot which piggybacked on a special "Merv" salute to the movie Thank God It's Friday which would feature top disco dancers from 8 cities competing for a title. Casablanca Records had already paid for the set, so a pilot could be produced at a significant reduction. Merv's vision was to have frequent Griffin guest Deney Terrio as the host, and celebrities would dance with professional disco dancers. (In a sense, it was very similar to Dancing with the Stars.) But pilot show producer Ernest Chambers had no success convincing the stars who were approached to consent to the format. They were afraid they would look bad. On the Sunday prior to the show, director Dick Carson suggested since they already had the dancers for the Thank God It's Friday salute, to select the top four couples from that show and have them compete on the pilot with celebrities as judges. "Nobody's ever going to see this thing anyway." Within a couple days, Sherman Hemsley, Barbi Benton, and Herve Villechaize were secured as the judges. After the Thursday night Griffin/Thank God It's Friday special was taped, show staffers Larry Strawther and Paul Gilbert were dispatched to lure the top four finishers to participate in the next night's pilot production, but keep it a secret. That didn't happen, but despite some acrimony among the dancers, not helped by a one-night stand between a couple of dancers that caused a rift, the pilot was produced and ended up being sold. Another long-time Griffin staffer, Paul Abeyta, produced the show's first two seasons which were written by Tony Garofalo. Later seasons were produced by Paul Gilbert.
Operating out of NYC, SalSoul was one of the foremost and influential disco labels of its time. Having dabbled in latino music through their Mericana imprint, the Cayre brothers, Joseph, Kenneth and Stanley, founded SalSoul in 1974 taking the name from a Joe Bataan album previously licensed to CBS. Salsoul was literally a combination of ‘salsa’ and ‘soul’ and in an inspired move, the brothers immediately put together a house band known as the SalSoul Orchestra. Drummer Earl Young, bassist Ronnie Baker, guitarists Norman Harris and Bobby Eli, keyboard players Bunny Sigler and Ron Kersey, vibes man Vince Montana Jr and conga player/band leader Larry Washington had all played on Gamble & Huff’s Philadelphia productions and would provide SalSoul’s signature sound. Unable to secure a major label distribution deal, the brothers managed to get legendary DJ Frankie Crocker to support the debut single ‘SalSoul Hustle’ and the label was up and running.
A succession of disco classics followed, including the first commercially available 12” single, Double Exposure’s ‘Ten Percent’ and recordings by First Choice, Candido, Carol Williams, Inner Life, Skyy and Loleatta Holloway. The label was unable to ride the disco backlash, although it continued until 1984. In 1992 the label was revived and interest in its catalogue bloomed when Holloway’s ‘Love Sensation’ was sampled and became an integral part of Black Box’s ‘Ride On Time and Mark Mark & The Funky Bunch’s ‘Good Vibrations’. Particularly popular throughout Europe, the SalSoul catalogue has since been sampled and remixed on numerous occasions.
The SalSoul master catalogue was acquired by BMG in 2015 as part of the Verse Music Group. Includes: Salsoul Orchestra, Joe Bataan, Double Exposure, Loleatta Holloway, First Choice, Carol Williams, Skyy, Silvetti, Jimmy Caster, Charo, Aurra, Eddie Holman, Candido, Funk Deluxe, Bunny Sigler & Candido
Saturday Night Fever is a 1977 American dancedrama film directed by John Badham and produced by Robert Stigwood. It stars John Travolta as Tony Manero, a young Italian-American man from Brooklyn who spends his weekends dancing and drinking at a local discothèque while dealing with social tensions and general restlessness and disillusionment with his life, and feeling directionless and trapped in his working-classneighborhood. The story is based upon "Tribal Rites of the New Saturday Night", an article by music writer Nik Cohn, first published in a June 1976 issue of New York magazine. The film features music by Bee Gees and many other prominent artists of the disco era.
Thank God It's Friday is a 1978 American musicaldisco comedy film directed by Robert Klane and produced by Motown Productions and Casablanca FilmWorks for Columbia Pictures. Produced at the height of the disco craze, the film features The Commodores performing "Too Hot ta Trot", and Donna Summer performing "Last Dance", which won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1978. The film features an early performance by Jeff Goldblum and the first major screen appearance by Debra Winger. The film also features Terri Nunn, who would go on to fame in the 1980s new wave group Berlin. This would be one of several Columbia Pictures films in which the studio’s “Torch Lady” came to life in the opening credits, showing off her moves for a few seconds prior to the start of the film.
LaDonna Adrian Gaines (December 31, 1948 – May 17, 2012), known professionally as Donna Summer, was an American singer, songwriter, and actress. She gained prominence during the discoera of the 1970s and became known as the "Queen of Disco", while her music gained a global following.
Take three stunning women with great voices, turn them loose on a batch of captivating tunes and you have one talented and sexy act. Gioia Bruno, Ann Curless and Jeanette Jurado, better known as Exposé.
Exposé started their musical journey in the mid to late 1980s, becoming the first group in history to have four top ten hits on their debut album, surpassing records originally set by the Beatles and the Supremes.
In a time when rock dominated the charts, Exposé brought dance music into the spotlight and music would never be the same. Exposé actively toured and recorded music from 1985 to 1995 while topping the Top 40, R&B, and Adult Contemporary charts in the US and throughout the world. Along with their #1 smash hit, Seasons Change, Exposé became the first girl group to have 7 back-to-back Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100.
After taking over 15 years off to raise families, embark on solo projects and work with other artists, Exposé won a landmark lawsuit and the trademark to the Exposé name allowing them to return to recording and performing. The fans have re-connected and embraced the group. Their first new dance/pop single "Shine On" has been released and is quickly becoming a crowd pleaser and lighting up dance floors around the world. Dance music royalty is back...EXPOSÉ IS HERE TO STAY!
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