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Thanks to our many site contributors, we’ve grown to be the second-largest aircheck site on the web. But, to grow further, we need more material from our audience.

Some of you probably have some old tapes lying around in the attic somewhere. Sure, most of us didn’t have the time to record some radio station. Others, for whatever reason, recorded a bit of their favorite station – maybe to hear their favorite song. Whatever. Surely, those who did never thought that one day they would be a slice of history.

That’s where we come in. grows by the contributions of tapes & cd’s from the people who recorded radio stations, and those collectors who wish to donate a few audio tidbits to our site. We then post them in our own custom audio player so everyone can hear what radio sounded like ‘back in the day’.

So, if you have something you’d like to contribute, we’d love to hear from you. Big stations or small, we’ll take them all.

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  1. I love your site ! Thanks for the Eric Chase Aircheck. In your notes you mention that Humble Harve worked at K100
    Are we sure on this ? Close to this time Humble Harve was on KKDJ and the night guys at K100 were Billy Pearl and the late Jerry Butler.
    I have a great Aircheck of Jerry Butler on K100….. I could be wrong but I don’t remember Humble Harve ever being on K100


    • One of the unique aspects of this site is that people often know more than the so-called experts at places like Wikipedia and such. This might be one of those cases. In the interest of full disclosure, often when I lack first hand information, I do go to other ‘historical’ sites, in this case I looked up Humble Harve’s profile on and K100 is listed as a station he was at. He might have only been there for one day, mind you, but he’s listed. If anyone knew Harve or knows for sure, feel free to post and set the record straight.


      • Hi Steve : Great job with your site….


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