Ed Baer, 97 WYNY New York | 1980

Ed Baer spent more than a 50 years on New York area stations, including as a “Good Guy” on WMCA, (Dan Ingram helped Ed land the WMCA gig!) followed by stops at 101 WCBS-FM, New York 97 WYNY, 1050 WHN, and he […]

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Ed Baer, 57 WMCA New York | 1964

Ed Baer spent more than a 50 years on New York area stations, including as a “Good Guy” on WMCA, (Dan Ingram helped Ed land the WMCA gig!) followed by stops at 101 WCBS-FM, New York 97 WYNY, 1050 WHN, and he […]

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Frankie Crocker, 107.5 WBLS New York |1974

Frankie Crocker, “The Chief Rocker,” began his radio career at WUFO Buffalo, while studying pre-law at the University of Buffalo. His smooth, on air style soon had New York City calling. Frankie took a job at New York’s R&B station, 1600 WWRL. […]

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Jocko Henderson WOV 1280 New York | 1957

“It’s your engineer, Jocko, your Ace from Outer Space, way up here in the stratosphere! Back on the scene with the record machine, sayin’ oop-pop-a-doo and how do you do?” -Jocko Henderson Douglas “Jocko” Henderson, also know as “The Ace from Outer […]

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Paco Navarro on Disco92 WKTU New York| 1979

  After hearing about the passing of Manuel “Paco” Navarro, I thought I’d share one more of his aircheck. Paco was one of the best known voices of disco in the late 1970s and early 1980s at once top-rated WKTU New York. […]

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Paco on 92KTU WKTU New York | February 1984

After hearing about the passing of Manuel “Paco” Navarro, I thought I’d share some of his work. Paco was one of the best known voices of disco in the late 1970s and early 1980s at once top-rated WKTU New York. He held […]

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Kid Kelly, Z100 WHTZ New York – 1990

Kid Kelly started his radio career in the 1970s, living in his car, while working at a small market station where the paychecks often bounced. He managed to work himself up to larger markets, where he worked on air at Kiss 98.5 […]

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Paco on 92KTU, WKTU New York | October 1981

77 WABC was the undisputed radio leader in New York, until July 24, 1978, when WKTU ditched it’s Soft Rock format, and started playing Disco music 24/7. It was an instant success. The station shot to number one in the Big Apple. Names […]

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Charlie Greer, 77 WABC New York | October 5, 1965

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!

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Pat St John, Power 95 WPLJ New York| July 1987

Pat St. John was a New York City radio fixture for 42 years. on the air with WNEW-FM, WAXQ and WCBS-FM, and for many, they remember him best for his days at WPLJ. He was a teenager when he started in radio, […]

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Random Dan Ingram Bits, 77 WABC New York | 1967-1969

      For may, the “glory” years of 77 WABC New York, were from 1966 to 1972. In the ratings, the station was untouchable. The station was so popular that many stations around the country molded themselves after WABC. Dan Ingram […]

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