What follows is probably the most depressing, eye opening piece of audio which goes far towards explaining part of the reason why WABC needed to change formats to talk little more than a year after
Radio Station: WABC New York Frequency: 770 kHz format: Top 40 It’s 1969. The last 12 months have been very turbulant. We went through the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., & Robert Kennedy. We
Station: WABC New York Frequency: 770 khz Format: Talk This aircheck features New York City’s Legendary radio personality Bruce “Cousin Brucie” Morrow, on his first night back at the radio station that made him a
Charlie Greer was one of WABC’s “All-Americans”. Branded “Channel 77”, this was the era when WABC became the dominant Top 40 station, and became legendary with its connection to The Beatles!
A lively Chuck Leonard plays the Disco hits of ’79 on MusicRadio 77.
“WABC New York, All you Need to Win! Chuck Leonard(1) is holding court on a crisp, Fall morning on WABC! You’ll note right off that election day is coming up. Even if there wasn’t a
Monday morning, Harry Harrison on WABC Audio player below notes. Curator’s Notes Harry Harrison (WMCA/WABC/WCBS-FM) is the featured personality on this particular Monday morning, during a typical sounding day on the old
Curator’s Original Notes: Dan Ingram is up to his typical antics here on an early 70s Summer day in the Big Apple. Listen for lots of full-length commercials with their own theme songs, like Coca-Cola,