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PM Drive Composite: Dan Ingram on WABC, Bwana Johnny on WWDJ and Walt Baby Love on WOR-FM | June, 1971

If you were a fan of NYC radio in the early 1970s and want to get a feel for how Top 40 stations sounded in PM Drive, this is the aircheck for you!

The Best of Dan Ingram, 77 WABC New York | The Early Years: 1966-1974, Part 1

Advertisements **WARNING: Contains material that may be offensive to some in our listening audience** Here’s the reason for the warning. At the time of these recordings, the things that were said were totally appropriate andContinue readingThe Best of Dan Ingram, 77 WABC New York | The Early Years: 1966-1974, Part 1

Wild Bill Scott, KFRC AM/FM San Francisco | June 24, 1994

Wild Bill Scott was a radio pioneer who was credited with creating the “Z-Rock” Rock Radio Network. He was best known as a radio personality who worked at mainly hard rock stations across the U.S. including Chicago’s WLUP and WMET, along with the legendary KROQ “K-Rock” in Los Angeles. He’s heard here on the relatively short-lived KFRC AM-FM Oldies simulcast. 

Jay Coffey & Charlie Van Dyke, KRTH K-Earth 101 Los Angeles | May 31, 1999

Advertisements LISTENING LINKS Click below to hear this telescoped, audio-only Classic Aircheck Click below to view this from our Official Airchexx YouTube Channel (Airchexx Classic Radio) [ Jay Coffey (pronounced Co-FEY) is heard here throughContinue readingJay Coffey & Charlie Van Dyke, KRTH K-Earth 101 Los Angeles | May 31, 1999

“Skinny” Tom Chauney, WTIX “The Mighty 690” New Orleans | October 16, 1972

The music is true Top 40, and it’s all over the place from obscure (by today’s standards) slow tunes to hard rock. But, this is how Top 40 sounded at what, arguably, was the peak of AM Top 40 radio.