HIT FM - OUR HISTORY & ROOTS
Started in 1988, HIT FM Network traces its roots all the way back to
1979 when the pioneering disco and soul-oriented station Disco 91 hit the airwaves, soon to be followed by Studio 102,
a station that pioneered the European Dance Radio format.
As Studio 102 led the way, the station introduced a host of new European hits to a growing audience, much thanks
to the special contacts
the station had developed with other private broadcasters in France and Italy, enabling the station to feature Euro
and Italo hits not normally heard north
But cultural exhange is a two way street - the station did also aim at introducing Scandinavian acts to European
programmers, and did so. Several Swedish acts were playlisted abroad thanks to HIT FM, most notably
on Kiss FM, whose programmer was a very early adopter, introducing a variety of Scandinavian acts - from Roxette to Paul Rein -
to the Riverians on a
exclusive basis. HIT FM was also invited by the organizers to participate
several times at MIDEM, also featuring a syndicated Scandinavian music show,
creating further interest in the station's innovative musical programming.
Playing now at HIT FM Online:
Kylie Minogue (NEW), Fatboy Slim (NEW), Calvin Harris (NEW), Helena Paparizou (NEW), Jason Derulo (NEW), Duck Sauce (NEW), Blasterjaxx (NEW), Lisa Stansfield, Pet Shop Boys, Example, Qulinez, Eric Saade, Robin Stjernberg, Manyus, Ian Carey, Hardwell, Matthew Koma, Erasure, Le Kid, Stefan Rio, Britney Spears & Will.I.Am, Nervo & Ivan Gough & Beverly Knight, Martin Solveig, Pitbull, Kesha, Klingande, Da Buzz, Robin Thicke & Pharrell, John Dahlbäck & Agnes, Fedde le Grand, Chris Brown, Axwell, Ingrosso, Angello & Laidback Luke & Deborah Cox, David Guetta, Army of Lovers, Lenno & Zak Waters, David Lindgren, Benny Benassi, Sean Paul, Basto, Andalo & St James, Power Francers, Russ Chimes, Cash Cash, Esquille, Anna Sahlene & Bassflow, Ace Wilder, D-Bag, Angelika Vee & Kylian Mash, Eric Amarillo, Headless & Kha, Wolfgang Gartner & Medina, Bruno Mars, Nicky Romero, Ralph Myers & Annie, Patrik Remann, Magnus Uggla, Rihanna, Baauer, Daft Punk, Avicii, Bob Sinclar, Stonebridge, Chuckie & Junxterjack, Loreen, Phats & Small, Arash, Basto, Robyn, Bingo Players, Panetoz, Adele, Madeon, Martin Rolinski (from BWO), Olly Murs, Flo Rida, Alexis Jordan, Little Boots, Mimi Oh, Felix Zaltaio & Lindh van Berg, Tom York & Paula Ajala King, Kade, Deniz Koyu, Tegan & Sara, Showtek, Swedish House Mafia, Michael Feiner & Caisa, Spencer & Hill & Nadia Ali, A&P & Viktor Wejner, Tiësto & Allure, Eric Turner, Lenny Kravitz, Amanda Jenssen, Whigfield, Sash, Italobrothers, Roxette, Afrojack, Michael Jackson (REMIXED), Sebjak, Starkillers, Michael Push, John de Sohn, Markoolio, Akcent, Ola, R Kelly, Usher, Dr Alban, Cascada, Tiësto, Alex Gaudino, Scooter, Robert "Raz" Lindvall (from Rob'n'Raz), DJ Sammy, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman, Stone & van Linden feat Lyck, Madonna, Froidz, Alexandra Burke, Jennifer Lopez, Bosson, Katy Perry, We Are Presidents, Mikael Sandsjö, Lilla Sällskapet, Beyoncé, Danny Saucedo, Alex Saidac, Andreas Lundstedt, Emeli Sandé, Pandora, J-son & Salem al Fakir, Lady Gaga, Coldplay, ATB, Roger Sanchez, Tove Styrke, Manu LJ, Tom Novy, Shakira, Stars On 45, Vato Gonzalez, Alexandra Stan, Paula Lobos, The Guru Project, Elena, Infernal, Inna, Tone Damli, September, Marina & The Diamonds, Adam Lambert, Tacabra, Sanna Nielsen, Grum, Milk & Sugar, Leona Lewis, Sasha Lopez, Rasmus Seebach, Gigi Barocco, Kelly Rowland, Nabiha, Gravitonas, Cher Lloyd, Dilba, Akon, Verona, Mohombi, Alyssa Reid, Paulina Starborn, Sanne Salomonsen, Lolita Jolie, Da Hool, Deejay Jay, Sak Noel, Nicki Minaj, N-Euro, Kent, Darin, Pink, Gorillaz, Taio Cruz, Basshunter, Eric Prydz, Sibel, Sean Kingston, Scissor Sisters, Spagna, Jay Sean, Channing, Alcazar, 2 Unlimited, JX, Soul Conspiracy, Donkeyboy, Les Trashick, Oskar Linnros, Madcon, Soulsearcher, Bo Kaspers orkester, Bee Gees (REMIXED), Magnus Carlsson, Yazz, Corona, Solange, Snap, BWO among other. And special dance versions of 'Vandraren', 'Vill ha dig', 'SOS'