**LISTENING LINKS** Click below to hear this aircheck UNSCOPED – FULL AIRCHECK Click below to hear this aircheck TELESCOPED Click below to view this from the Airchexx Classic Radio YouTube Channel Description Wink Martindale is
Chances are you remember Wink Martindale from TV gams shows. He hosted 21 different game shows, including “Trivial Pursuit”, “Can You Top This”, “High Rollers”, “Debt”, “Gambit”, and the long-running “Tic-Tac-Dough”. But if you grew
…this aircheck was likely from a few months before the station actually went Top 40.
Date of Recording: 06.02.1965 Station: 980 KFWB Los Angeles Format: Top 40 Featured Air Personality: Wink Martindale (WHBQ, KFWB) Contributor: Big Apple Airchecks Post Date: 12.03.2017 Airchexx Entry: 1,530 The KFWB Principal of the Year
KFWB 98 Los Angeles – Elliot Field – January 9 1959 From 1925 to 1950, KFWB was owned by Warner Brothers. (In the open of the video, I mention they also owned KDWB &
In the mid 1960s, there was nowhere easy for British youngsters to listen to rock ‘n’ rollers like The Beatles, The Who and The Rolling Stones. Commercial radio wasn’t yet an option, and the guardians
We’re going all the way back to the Summer of 1967 for this clip of KRLA! Known for boosting the careers of such famous deejays as Casey Casem (of “American Top 40” fame), then-future game
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