TotalRock is a British station broadcasting from London. This station started broadcasting in 1997 as Rock Radio Network (RRN), but the name changed to Totalrock in 2000. Totalrock now broadcasts rock and metal music to listeners in London and worldwide. You can get this station on the internet.
The station went on air on 1251AM in London, but with a Restricted Service License. The pioneers included BBC Radio 1’s Friday Rock Show creator Tony Wilson, CEO Boyd Steemson and DJ Tommy Vance. At first, Totalrock produced several shows for Sanctuary Music’s website named Metal-Is. In 2001, it launched its free-to-air digital satellite service. Unfortunately, it lost its satellite license in 2002 due to commercial pressures. After this ordeal, Totalrock started streaming all shows via its website. Later, this became the station’s method of output. Totalrock was voted the best online metal station during the Online Metal Awards in 2002. Since then, the station has had high business rates and a great online appearance, with the fan base growing steadily.
The station became available on Sky Digital in 2001 but ceased in 2002. You can only listen to this radio station online on their website or other streaming platforms. Tune in and get a chance to listen to some of the biggest DJs, such as Tommy Vance, Malcolm Dome, Bill Steer, Chris Dale, and Alan Freeman.