Sundays at 10am – Noon: The Big Yacht Rock Brunch

The Big Yacht Rock Brunch is your 2-hour escape at sea. Our crew includes smooth yacht-rockers like the Doobie Brothers, Christopher Cross, Kenny Loggins, and all of their shipmates. Captain Randy navigates you through the marina and out to sea, where the Summer breezes never stop blowing. Slip your shoes off, grab a cold beverage, and join our band of witchy women and sea-faring fools.

Get ready to rock the boat Sundays from 10am-noon with the Big Yacht Rock Brunch on 100.7 Big FM.

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Yacht Rock Playlist – 12.5.21

VOLCANO Buffett, Jimmy
DON’T WANT TO LIVE WITHOUT IT PABLO CRUISE
MORNING DANCE SPYRO GYRA
REAL LOVE Doobie Brothers
MIDNIGHT AT THE OASIS MULDAUR, MARIA
KISS YOU ALL OVER Exile
SILLY LOVE SONGS Wings
RIDE LIKE THE WIND Cross, Christopher
BIGGEST PART OF ME Ambrosia
LADY Little River Band
MAGNET AND STEEL Egan, Walter
DANCE WITH ME Orleans
GOT A HOLD ON ME McVie, Christine
ONE ON ONE Hall, Daryl  John Oates
MOONLIGHT FEELS RIGHT Starbuck
DEVIL WOMAN Richard, Cliff
JOSIE Steely Dan
MORE THAN I CAN SAY Sayer, Leo
THUNDER ISLAND Fergusen, Jay
GET CLOSER Seals & Crofts
THIS IS IT Loggins, Kenny
STEAL AWAY Dupree, Robbie
MISS SUN Scaggs, Boz
YOU CAN DO MAGIC America
I’D REALLY LOVE TO SEE YOU TONIGHT ENGLAND DAN & JOHN FORD COLEY
ESCAPE (THE PINA COLADA SONG) Holmes, Rupert

Enjoy these cocktails below while listening

The Bee’s Knees

Here’s what you’ll need:
– 2 ounces gin
– 3/4 ounce lemon juice, freshly squeezed
– 1/2 ounce honey syrup
– Garnish: lemon twist

Honey syrup is just equal parts honey and water simmered in a saucepan until the honey dissolves. Then it’s cooled in the fridge, and will last there for about a month. First, add the gin, lemon juice and honey syrup to an ice-filled shaker and shake. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a lemon twist.

The Gin Rickey

Here’s what you need to whip this up:
– 2 ounces gin
– 2​ tablespoons lime juice (juice of 1 lime)
– 4​ ounces club soda
– Garnish: 1​ lime wedge

Prohibition-era cocktails were pretty simple, just add everything to a glass with ice, stir and garnish with a lime wedge.