In the 1960s & 70s, Denver was a great market for Top 40 Radio. The battle for Top 40 dominance was fierce between KTLK 1280, KDEN 1340, KHOW 630, and the station that spent much[…]
In 1968, Denver’s KTLN dropped it’s News Talk format, and flipped to Top 40. It was actually it’s second go round as a Top 40 station, as it had the format years earlier. The KTLK[…]
Calling 95 KIMN Denver popular, might be an understatement. It is a Denver radio legend that, in the mid 60’s, overwhelmed the competition with a 56 share of the audience! KIMN could be heard in[…]
WLS in 1971 was the undisputed ratings leader in Chicago.
KJR Channel 95 was Seattle’s dominant Top 40 station, from the 1950s, through the 1980s. Big promotions, big personalities, and the biggest songs of the era were featured on KJR. Some of the[…]
From 1971 through 2019, 95.5 WPLJ went through many different lives. From Progressive Rock, through Album Rock, New York’s Best Rock, Home of The Hits, Hit Radio 95, Power 95, Mojo Radio, to Adult Contemporary[…]
WMEX Flamed out a few years after this, but it sure was fun to listen before that happened!
A bit of light processing returns this performance of the Bobby Ocean show on KCBQ to life! Quoted from Wikipedia “Some of KCBQ’s most legendary personalities included Don Howard, Jim O’Leary, Ralph James, Jack Vincent,[…]