All But Forgotten Oldies Music RSS Feeds

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Subscribing to our oldies music RSS feeds is quick, easy, and painless, especially if you are already using a newsreader or news aggregator. Our feeds are free and 100% opt-in, and you never have to supply us an e-mail address. Enter the URLs (see below) of the feeds you wish to subscribe to into your favorite newsreader according to their instructions.

RSS feed  News, Featured Artists, and Top Picks - This feed, which is updated daily, features an artist of the day, lists all #1 Top Song Picks from the day before, and keeps you up to date with the latest at

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RSS feed  Top Song Pick Of The Hour - This feed gives the latest #1 Top Pick at and changes whenever a new song makes it to the top position. Top Picks are those songs that have received the most clicks over the past 24 hours and they are updated hourly.

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RSS feed  Daily Featured Artist - This feed gives the featured artist of the day at along with some of this artist's best known songs.

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What is RSS?

RSS can stand for either "Really Simple Syndication," "RDF Site Summary," or "Rich Site Summary," depending on the context. RSS is an XML-based format that allows online information to be distributed and aggregated.

How can I use RSS feeds?

RSS feeds are an increasingly popular means of bringing website content to website visitors and can be regarded as an alternative to newsletters and e-zines. RSS feeds are typically made up of headlines and hyperlinks to longer articles or webpages. RSS feeds enable you to quickly read and gather information from hundreds of web sites - for those websites that offer them - without your having to visit each website individually. When you subscribe to a website's RSS feed, you are automatically updated whenever important changes take place. To read an RSS feed, you need a newsreader (a.k.a. feed reader, aggregator or headline viewer). Many free RSS newsreaders, both desktop and web-based, are available. If you are new to RSS and RSS feeds and just want to try them out, we recommend that you start with a web-based reader such as My Yahoo!. Web-based readers require no software installation and, as a further convenience, enable you to access your feeds from any computer with web access.