Mojave Music Radio only plays music, which consists mostly of country/western and rockabilly (some of which were actually performed and written by contemporary 21st-century musicians), with no DJ or news segments. The music played is the same as the music on Black Mountain Radio, but without the station's talk segments with Tabitha. It is unknown where the broadcast is coming from, yet its signal covers the entire Mojave.
- "Big Iron" - Marty Robbins (1959)
- "Goin' Under" - Darrell Wayne Perry and Tommy Smith (1997)
- "Heartaches by the Number" - Guy Mitchell (1980)
- "I'm Movin' Out" - The Roues Brothers (1998)
- "I'm So Blue" - Katie Thompson (1994)
- "In the Shadow of the Valley" - Lost Weekend Western Swing Band (1998)
- "It's a Sin" - Eddy Arnold (1947)
- "It's a Sin to Tell a Lie" - The Ink Spots (1979)
- "Johnny Guitar" - Peggy Lee (1954)
- "Let's Ride Into the Sunset Together" - Lost Weekend Western Swing Band, featuring Don Burham with Patty Kistner (1998)
- "Lone Star" - Lost Weekend Western Swing Band (1998)
- "Stars of the Midnight Range" - Johnny Bond and his Red River Valley Boys (1941)
- "Happy Times" - Bert Weedon (1961)
- "Lazy Day Blues" - Bert Weedon (1958)
- "Roundhouse Rock" - Bert Weedon (1970)
- There are four songs that appear on all three of the main radio stations: "Big Iron", "Heartaches by the Number," "It's a Sin to Tell a Lie," and "Johnny Guitar."
- All of the instrumentals on this station were written and recorded by British guitarist Bert Weedon.
Mojave Music Radio appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.