"Get on the good ship power pop and rock."
―GTA V Website

Los Santos Rock Radio is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto V which plays classic rock and pop rock. The station is hosted by Kenny Loggins, who lends his singing voice to the radio sting. The station seems to be based on a cruise or a boating journey which may be a reference to the yacht rock genre which Loggins, Michael McDonald, and Robbie Dupree are associated with.


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Deleted Songs

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GTA V's trackID.gxt2 database reveals more songs were planned to appear on the station but were not included in the final version.



Original playlist

GTA 5 OST Full Los Santos Rock Radio01:41:11

GTA 5 OST Full Los Santos Rock Radio

Enhanced version playlist

Los Santos Rock Radio - GTA V Radio (Next Gen)01:03:18

Los Santos Rock Radio - GTA V Radio (Next Gen)


  • This is the favourite radio station of Michael De Santa and Patrick McReary, and possibly the second favourite radio station of Trevor Philips, as it plays inside his trailer, his meth lab and Floyd's Apartment.
  • Jimmy De Santa has a Los Santos Rock Radio poster on his bedroom wall, but for some reason he doesn't appear to like the station. Instead he likes West Coast Classics.
  • "Rock'n Me" by the Steve Miller Band is incorrectly listed as "Take the Money and Run", another song by the Steve Miller Band, in the game's digital manual and the original game's credits. This has been fixed in the credits for the enhanced version.
  • Three songs from this station appear in three of the game's trailers: "Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake" by The Small Faces was featured in the first GTA V trailer, "Radio Ga Ga" by Queen was featured in Michael's trailer, and "I Can't Wait" by Stevie Nicks was featured in the Xbox 360 trailer.
  • This radio station plays in the Fire Stations around Los Santos, and can also be heard during Offroad Races, at certain Ammu-Nation stores, the Checkout clothing stores and at the Mr. Spoke Bike Rental stand.
  • Ten of the station's songs automatically play during certain missions:
  • If Michael chooses to abandon the Epsilon Program convoy during Unknowing the Truth, "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting" by Elton John will play once the mission is completed.
  • In the enhanced version during the EMP setup mission for the Humane Raid in Grand Theft Auto Online, "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins will play in the Hydra when the player takes off from the aircraft carrier and destroys the pursuing jets. This is a possible reference to the movie Top Gun.
  • Occasionally, Loggins monologues about the 1980s in between songs and finishes by saying "I'm alright". This most likely was meant to cue his song, "I'm Alright", before it was removed from the station. During his monologues, Loggins occasionally mentions gophers and fighter planes, a reference to his songs "I'm Alright" and "Danger Zone" appearing in the films Caddyshack and Top Gun respectively.
  • At the end of the film, Meltdown, "The Breakup Song" by the Greg Kihn Band plays.
  • When "I'm Free (Heaven Helps the Man)" begins to play, there is a chance that Loggins will say he is playing, "'I'm Free', by me", as he is the singer. He also references the prison escape from the music video of the song. On a similar note, whenever "What a Fool Believes" by the Doobie Brothers begins to play, Loggins also mentions the fact that he co-wrote the song.
  • On rare occasions on a Saturday, Loggins may introduce "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting" by Elton John differently.
  • The song "Circle in the Sand" by Belinda Carlisle was meant to appear on Non-Stop-Pop FM instead due to intros being already made for the song on that station.
  • There are a total of 69 intro lines and 25 solo lines read by Kenny Loggins. There are also 13 introduction themes to the station.[2]
  • When announcing "Heartbeat" by Don Johnson, Loggins will sometimes say "Moody guys in sports cars, neon lights and lots of cocaine, ah yes the 80's...", a possible reference to the hit 1980's crime drama Miami Vice, starring Don Johnson.

See Also


  1. TrackID.xgt2: 0xD2D8D5E1 = Radar Love
  2. File: x64\audio\sfx\RADIO_01_CLASS_ROCK.rpf