He spang into the national spotlight in 1976, with his novelty hit, Disco Duck. Rick Dees is a radio icon. From 1981 until 2004, Rick Dees woke Southern California on L.A.’s KIIS FM. With bits[…]
“…The Rolling Stones, McKeever’s favorite group, sometimes known to him as the Rolling Clones…. “
The most outrageously funny aircheck you’ve heard in many years!
(Willard) “Hey man Mr. Helicopter how ya doin’” The man of a million voices is heard this particular morning in 1988 in an absolutely PRISTINE recording donated by our fashionably fabulous Robyn Watts, from California[…]
How does a legend say goodbye to the second largest audience in America, not counting the then budding XM Satellite radio audience? How does this website even pay tribute to this particular morning, a day[…]
Courtesy of new contributor Leo Knott comes this reasonably low-fidelity recording of various Rick Dees morning shows during his time at 93 KHJ. Dees fans note that this is so tightly scoped down that there’s[…]
If you haven’t heard this aircheck before, you’re definitely in for a treat. Memphians know that Rick Dees was a huge star at WHBQ around the time of this aircheck. And if you think he[…]
Rick Dees began his career sometime in the early 1970s in the state of Mississippi. His first claim to fame occurred in Memphis, at 56 WHBQ, that powerful Top 40 station which was home to[…]
Courtesy of Matt @ BigAppleAirchecks is this classic episode of Rick Dees’ Morning Show on 93 KHJ. For those not familiar with Dees’ show, his was full of characters (played by Dees himself and his[…]
There’s at least part of a news report by legendary newsman Terrance McKeever in this.
“Firefall, You are the woman and that’s the last I’ve seen of my heart, my money, and everything else that I own!…” It’s the middle of the 1970s, arguably the time when WHBQ was at[…]
Each election cycle, I like to re-post this big of election parody done for the 1996 Presidential Election. Before you step out the door to go vote today, take a few minutes and listen to[…]