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[…]
(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[…]
The most outrageously funny aircheck you’ve heard in many years!
“…The Rolling Stones, McKeever’s favorite group, sometimes known to him as the Rolling Clones…. “
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[…]
“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[…]
There’s at least part of a news report by legendary newsman Terrance McKeever in this.
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[…]