1310 WGH

Dan O’Brien, 1310 WGH Norfolk Part 2 | 1977

Here’s more of the Dan O’Brien morning show on 1310 WGH-AM. Notice lots of commercials, news updates, and a lack of jingles. But, that’s the way they did it in this Hampton Roads powerhouse!

Dan O’Brien, 1310 WGH Norfolk | 1977

It’s been said that the call letters WGH stood for “World’s Greatest Harbor”. Perhaps, in the early days of broadcasting. And it’s true in the sense that Hampton Roads, in general, has perhaps the best harbor in the U.S., with a quarter of the U.S. Navy stationed there. But, in the world of radio, WGH holds a special place in the greater Norfolk area. It really WAS Hampton Roads’ first Top 40 radio station (a slogan that WGH-FM would later use in 1987-89). As evidenced here in this 45 minute example recorded in 1977, WGH in true Top 40 fashion played it all. Rock, Disco, slow ballads… and some great personalities. Here, we listen to Dan O’Brien. Your webmaster knows very little about this era of Hampton Roads radio, so we’re asking list...

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