Description by Contributor J.R. Russ: “B104, WBSB, Baltimore, 1986. This was a #1 Station programmed by Steve Kingston. J.R. Russ, “utility infielder” for a couple years.” The days of this monster CHR are long gone,[…]
Sent in many years ago, here’s a composite featuring the state of the FM dial in 1987, in the Southern Appalacian region of Tennessee and north Georgia. While this doesn’t represent Memphis, much of the[…]
This runs less than 2 minutes, but audio is audio! This was recorded on the 1st anniversary of the launch of New York’s second most important Top 40 station right behind WABC… Z-100! This one[…]
Sure, the Big 610 is long gone now, and so is the FM, but we can sure think back to happier times! Here’s the Doctor himself, just months ahead of the format change which took[…]
…”Yes, Virginia, there IS a Santa, and his name is Greater Media!” Now on to part two of this simultaneous aircheck. Just for fun I thought it would be cool to put the 99.5 frequency[…]
So, you’re a KFRC fan? RKO fan? If you haven’t heard this composite, you ain’t heard nothin’ yet! This came as part of a cassette I got from Earle Augustus from the late WJZN Memphis[…]
We’re talking a Boston radio LEGEND! Dale Dorman’s career in Boston started at WRKO, having come from San Francisco’s ‘Big 610′ KFRC. After WRKO, he was the morning guy for a time at Fairbanks Communications’[…]
Here’s a slice of the end of WLS as a music station. WLS is running the ‘serial number’ game and Landecker handles the call perfectly… it’s not a boogie check, but good nonetheless.