The Mighty 1190 AM in Dallas is a legendary frequency. It was the Gordon McLendon Top 40 powerhouse KLIF in the 50s & 60s. Fairchild Industries kept KLIF going as an AC in the[…]
The WNBC Time Machine is featured prominently here at Airchexx – in various parts, one hour at a time! In this segment which has never been posted before, the late Jim Collins is counting down[…]
This is one of a small handful of tapes that survived my youth.
I have always been fascinated by 50s radio. it was the transitional decade from radio being the home of comedy & dramas, to the home of Rock & Roll & Radio DJs. So many[…]
Here is a rather unexciting aircheck featuring Casey and Jojo in the morning.
Pete “Mad Daddy” Myers was one of the most unique radio personalities, from the golden age of Rock & Roll radio. He drove around Cleveland in a pink Pontiac wearing a Dracula cape,[…]
Larry Glick was a legendary talk show host on Boston radio stations from the 1960s, through the 1990s. He was on WMEX, & WRKO, but he is best known for being[…]
Here’s our first recording of KNAB.
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[…]