Alex Bennett is called by “Super” Dave, recording for “California Aircheck”, “the latest national aircheck service’ for the publication “Radio and Records”. Remember when R&R was a MUST READ for jocks in the studio? These guys talk about the state of Radio in 1989 and name drop guys like Johnny Dark, Scott Shannon, etc. If you were in radio or knew radio insiders back then, you’d be real interested in this broadcast which killed about 9 minutes of coveted prime airtime on 610 AM this particular day, 1989.
Known informally as a guy who’s worked more radio stations than anyone else, Joey Reynolds is heard here on Easter Sunday Morning on 610 WIOD. A couple of years later, with on air endorsements from some biggies at the former WNBC New York, like the late Wolfman Jack, Reynolds is in rare form here talking about Easter’s significance, taking callers and talking about anything EXCEPT radio – he hangs up on one caller wanting Reynolds to interview Dan Ingram! The best bit here has to be his Elmer Fudd bit, talking about handcuffs and killing the wabbitt… Priceless! Joey Reynolds is…, well, Joey. There’s only one. And he’s heard this time on WIOD Miami in the days before syndication where it’s all live, local and Joey Reynolds.