Another week of the 101 Riffs Of Summer is officially in the books. This week, we put the spotlight on some of the most iconic “riff” masters of all-time.

From Jimi to Metallica, we covered a wide range of rock this week. Make sure to listen Monday through Friday at 2pm for the daily “Riff Of Summer!” Plus, you’ll get two “riffs” on Two-Fer Tuesdays doubling up on some of your favorite WRIF bands.

If you missed any of the “Riffs” this week, check out the playlist below.

  • Monday, June 19th

    Jimi Hendrix – “Foxey Lady”

    Off Jimi’s debut album Are You Experienced in 1967. Makes me think of Wayne’s World every time I hear it.

  • Tuesday, June 20th

    Queens Of The Stone Age – “3s and 7s”

    Off their 2007 album Era Vulgaris. The song debuted at number 1 on the UK Rock & Metal Chart.

    Queens Of The Stone Age – “Little Sister”

    This was featured on their 2005 album Lullabies To Paralyze. It was reportedly recorded in only one take.

  • Wednesday, June 21st

    Montrose – “Bad Motor Scooter”

    Off their self-titled album in 1973, it’s said to have the distinction of being the first song Sammy Hagar wrote.

  • Thursday, June 22nd

    Muse – “Supermassive Black Hole”

    It was the first single off of Muse’s fourth studio album Black Holes and Revelations in 2006.

  • Friday, June 23rd

    Metallica – “One”

    One of the band’s most iconic songs, it was featured on their 1988 album …And Justice For All.


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