The Storm has finished
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The Storm has finished

GCap Media-owned The Storm has closed down after five and a half years broadcasting on the digital platform. For the past seven days the station has been trailing Xfm will be carrying on the mission to promote great music.

After reading out a list of people involved with the station over the years, presenter Neil Grayson played the last song ‘time of your life’ by Green Day followed by a 1 Khz tone. The computerised late show voice then read out the lyrics to Frank Sinatra’s My Way song. You can hear the full closedown by clicking on the link at the end of this story.

Digital radio listeners will continue to hear non-stop music till Xfm takes over on Monday morning. The Satellite feed on channel 860 (soon to be channel 0110) will change to the new station ‘Chill’.

Click here to download the audio.

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0 0 457 20 January, 2006 Digital Radio News 6:20 pm 20061 Friday, January 20th, 2006

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