There are three radio personalities, who normally work alone, who have blown me away with what they can do on the radio. All 3 make it look so easy. First is Gene Shepherd, who[…]
Grease was a master storyteller, who would tell tales & sing songs every morning.
The beginnings of someone the world would come to know as the Greaseman.
Well, if you’ve been waiting around to hear something from the new Jacksons album, Triumph, well tonight, you’re in luck! Please scroll down to read an important message Curator’s Notes: When Ellis B. Feaster mentioned[…]
Here’s a sample of “DC-101” from the Summer of ’99. Notice the format is current based, and right in the middle of the Rock Genre, with plenty of classics. There were harder rocking stations, such[…]
Here’s a short look at the AM side of WWDC from approximately the mid-1970s. While the exact date is unknown (we’ve had good luck with listeners doing research of their own for us – so[…]
How long has it been since The Greaseman was DC-101’s morning guy? Courtesy of Matt @ Big Apple Airchecks, this will surely bring back fond memories of the man who had a million stories (or[…]
He was irreverent. Bold. Outlandish. Wierd. And certainly not your run-of-the-mill radio personality. Doug Tracht, better known as The Greaseman, had a way about him on the air that no one before or since ever[…]