What will you hear: Without giving it away, the highlights include calling WYSP Philadelphia trying to contact Joey Reynolds…
One of the nice things about AM radio in the late 70s was that most had morphed into some sort of Top 40 format and were VERY local in areas outside of major cities. Waterbury
From the Steve West collection comes this 23 year old tape just found in an old box. Honestly, I forgot that I even recorded this. Here’s John Saville on his former night shift on Country
This is one of a small handful of tapes that survived my youth.
“Time to wake up!!” Longtime broadcaster John “Cadillac” Saville sent in this HD quality aircheck of himself. True, this isn’t a ‘classic radio’ recording, but one day it will be. Truth be told, I’ve been
Date of Recording: 1981 (Exact Date Unknown) Station: 96.5 WTIC-FM Hartford, Connecticut, USA Format: CHR Station Slogan: “96 TIC FM“; “Your Music Connection” Featured Air Personality: Chuck Wagner (WWCO/WTIC-FM) Contributor: Paul DiMarco Total Time: 4:19
What New England radio stations come to mind when you think back to the 1960s? Certainly, anyone within the signal contour of New York’s WABC remember, but the big stations in Connecticut and Massachusetts doing
Before WKLB, WCLB, WBCS and even before Garth Brooks became known as a Country star, the station at 92.9 in Boston took on the unalienable task of trying to convince Bostonians that Country music was