Jeff Lehman

104.1 WBCN Boston Says Goodbye, Part 3 | August 8, 2009

Date of Recording: 08.08.2009 Station: 104.1 WBCN (WBMX) Boston, Massachusetts, USA Format: Rock (Active/Modern Rock) Featured Air Personalities: Ken Shelton; Howard Stern Contributor: Jeff Lehman Comments: If you’ve landed here and are wondering what happened to WBCN’s internet stream, which they said would remain along with the WBCN Rock format on WBZ-FM HD2? Well, click this link. It points to wbcn.com, which CBS has turned into an information page along with ‘listen live’, and a link page to the other Boston area CBS radio stations. In this part you’ll hear more of Ken Shelton and his recollections, part 2 of a long, live segment with Howard Stern, best wishes recorded by artists like Bono, and more. Runs almost two hours, scoped.

104.1 WBCN Boston Says Goodbye, Part 4 | August 8, 2009

For the third time this year, an iconic rock radio station in a major city is shifting formats: Boston’s 104.1 WBCN, “The Rock of Boston”, departed the airwaves on August 13th. The rock station had been broadcasting for 41 years. According to Billboard.biz, WBCN was a victim of CBS Radio’s desire to launch an all-sports talk radio station on the FM dial. The company’s Adult Top 40 Mix station (made) the jump from 98.5 to 104.1, with the sports station taking over at 98.5. WBCN (lives) on off the radio waves as a Web and HD-radio broadcast. – Rolling Stone Magazine, July 16, 2009 Part four of this four-day retrospective concentrates on PM Drive. Bradley Jay is an in-studio guest, as is Ken Shelton (continued from the previous segment), and others. YouR...

104.1 WBCN Boston Says Goodbye, Part 2 | August 8, 2009

Date of Recording: 08.08.2009 Station: 104.1 WBCN (WBMX) Boston, Massachusetts, USA Format: Rock (Modern Rock/Active Rock) Featured Air Personalities: Various Contributor: Jeff Lehman It was more than 40 years ago, on a March night in 1968, when WBCN-FM (104.1) decided to break from its classical music format. Instead of Bach, listeners that evening heard I Feel Free, by the Eric Clapton-led rock band Cream, and right then Boston’s local music scene was transformed. The Boston Globe – July 15, 2009 Read the full article here. Comments: That was what the Globe printed the day after WBCN parent company CBS, Inc. announced the frequency swap of WBMX to 104.1, the demise of the then-current WBCN and the impending launch of a new FM Sports station on 98.5, which became 98.5 “T...

The End of an Era: 104.1 WBCN Boston Says Goodbye, Part 1 | August 8, 2009

Date of Recording: August 8, 2009 Station: 104.1 WBCN (WBMX) Boston, Massachusetts, USA Format: Rock (Modern Rock/Active Rock) Featured Air Personalities: Charles Laquidera (WBCN/WZLX), Bradley Jay (WBCN/WZLX/WBZ) Contributor: Jeff Lehman Comments: With very special thanks to contributor Jeff Lehman, we are proud to be the only place to chronicle the end of an era: A four-day celebration of the “Rock of Boston” WBCN. The history of WBCN is described in various places on the web, but the technical and historical aspects of 104.1 can be viewed HERE, courtesy of The Archives @ BostonRadio.org.. We provide this historical link because we feel that the history behind WBCN is as important as the entertainment value of the airchecks featured in this series. After 41 years as THE Rock ...

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