From the late 1970s, until today, Kiss 108 WXKS-FM Boston has been a Pop music powerhouse. Starting as a Disco formatted station in the late 70’s, the station evolved into an Urban Contemporary[…]
There are three radio personalities, who normally work alone, who have blown me away with what they can do on the radio. All 3 make it look so easy. First is Gene Shepherd, who[…]
In the mid 1960s, there was nowhere easy for British youngsters to listen to rock ‘n’ rollers like The Beatles, The Who and The Rolling Stones. Commercial radio wasn’t yet an option, and the guardians[…]
I’m warning right up front, that this aircheck is a little hard to listen to. It’s Dan Ingram’s final radio show. WCBS-FM had returned to it’s “modified Oldies” format 3 months earlier, after the[…]
If you grew up in the metro New York City in the 1960s, or 70s, you probably listened to Dan Ingram. He hosted afternoon drive on WABC for 20 amazing years. (He also hosted[…]
The station wasn’t around very long – 1997-2000, but it did make it’s mark on the Phoenix market.
Jim Elliott & Scott Woodside, first teamed up at Washington’s WPGC AM & FM in 1978, and they quickly became a sensation. For most of their eight years together, Elliott and Woodside enjoyed high[…]
Many forget that WRQX Washington began it’s life NOT as Top 40 Q107, but as Rock formatted WRQX 107. The ABC FM outlet was similar to it’s New York City sister station, WPLJ, as it[…]