From the ashes of Country station WOGY ‘Froggy 94’ arose this Modern AC station called “The Buzz”. This one jock who started a classic radio website poured his heart and soul into the 7-12 night
SPECIAL THANKS TO SAMMY REED FOR ALLOWING US TO POST THIS AIRCHECK. Check out Sammy Reed Online here. For most Memphians who remember listening to Country music over the years, the stations most remembered are
I met Earle Augustus while at then-Barnstable owned WJZN and WGKX, part of the Memphis Radio Group. Earle was on both WJZN and WRBO at the time and I was lucky that our paths crossed.
In October of 2005, as your webmaster was preparing to leave Memphis (the first time), I wanted to record a snapshot of the market as it was at that time. It’s also nice knowing the
Here’s one donated to the site way back in 2004 but just now posting. Contributor Kay Manley (WRVR, WSRR, WGKX) is featured here on her live afternoon show. The “Rockin’ Hits” ™ format was invented
Looking back, for all the history that goes with WHBQ including the launch of Elvis’ career, the station that got Rick Dees noticed, etc., there’s really very little in the way of recorded audio left
“…FM 100 Plays Memphis’ Best Music!” It’s been a long time since the CHR incarnation of “FM 100” was launched by Scott Shannon in 1982. Ten years later, WMC-FM had morphed into a more adult