Scheduling music for a radio station is an art. There are many ways to express art based on the vision of the artist. Some music artists, particularly in the Variety Hits format (Jack-FM, Bob-FM) envision train wreck segues as great art. And it works for some of those stations on a strategic level. But for most? It’s something to avoid.

In this article, I share tips on how to avoid train wreck segues on the radio. Including:

  • The definition of  Train Wreck Segues.
  • Why it works on some stations, but only a few.
  • Tips on how to sequence songs to achieve variety with better music flow.

Train Wreck Segues


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