Phil Hendrie is a radio genius! You’ve probably never heard anyone do what he does on the radio. Phil is a talk show host. He talks to guests. He lets listeners talk to the guests.[…]
…this aircheck was likely from a few months before the station actually went Top 40.
New contributor Steve Garren says he was just 23 years old when this aircheck was recorded in 1984!
Nicknamed “The Velvet Voice,” Vaughn Harper was a major pioneer of the smooth and soulful “Quiet Storm” R&B/blues/jazz format at WBLS that became popular at Urban stations across America in the early 1980s. Before[…]
I was on vacation in Jamaica, back in October 2016. A hurricane was coming, and I was desperately trying to get on a flight back to Orlando. While I was in the airport waiting for[…]
Features John Drakes on a Saturday Morning, a Full Newscast, and Two-Time KIMN vet Chuck Buell (WLS) in the final segment.
Details A short but sweet quick check of the Caddyman doing some fill-in time on what was known as New Country Y-107. Four suburban New York City rimshot signals all broadcast on the same frequency.[…]
Kenny Gamble & Georgie Woods, two Philadelphia legends! In the early 1960s, Kenny Gamble, as a teenager, would hang around 1480 WDAS, Philly’s R&B Powerhouse. He would often join morning man, Georgie Woods,[…]
Harry Harrison was a staple on New York City Radio
WFEA was a pioneering Top 40/CHR station in Manchester NH
Charlie Tuna was a Los Angeles radio legend. Over the span of his career, he also hosted shows for KBIG-FM, KTNQ, KHTZ, KRLA, KODJ, KMPC, KIKF, KLAC, & KRTH, & at various times working[…]
Ingram… Lundy… Together again… kind of. The last time we heard Dan Ingram & Ron Lundy together was May 10 1982, when they shut down Musicradio 77 WABC. That was until this day in 1984[…]