CaboWaboRadio Uses Digital Juke Box

The station is owned by musician Sammy Hagar and radio veterans Shadoe Stevens and Woody Nelson.
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The Digital Juke Box is in use at a new online operation called Cabo Wabo Radio.

The station is owned by musician Sammy Hagar and radio veterans Shadoe Stevens and Woody Nelson.

They are using the software to create an online channel that will feature "high energy" and classic rock. According to Digital Juke Box President Jim Barcus, Hagar is billing the online station as "Rock Radio the Way God Intended It."

The station launched on New Year's Eve from the Cabo Wabo Cantina in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

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