Here’s an amazing composite of the lineup on WRKO Boston. The year was 1972 and some of the music in rotation that year was truly great!
WLS in 1971 was the undisputed ratings leader in Chicago.
Contributor Russ Oasis provided this creative and somewhat humorous sales presentation of the old WNHC. We’re not entirely sure where this came from, but it appears to have been produced in 1970. This features a[…]
From a short-lived period as a Country music station at 100.7 WGRX Westminster MD
From the short lived WMYQ Top 40 era, this composite is donated by Russ Oasis for use and archival here on Airchexx. It’s one of the best sounding airchecks in terms of sound quality that we’ve heard – and the jocks are some of the best in the business at that time! Just listen.
The New B-100-FM was so new, the ink had barely dried on station letterhead. At least in the radio world of 1975, when FM radio still hadn’t reached parity with AM. But it was getting[…]
Here are over 15 minutes of pure 1970s KFRC heaven! If WABC New York is considered the greatest Top 40 station of all time (on the East Coast), then 610 KFRC has to be it[…]
Charlie Greer was one of WABC’s “All-Americans”. Branded “Channel 77”, this was the era when WABC became the dominant Top 40 station, and became legendary with its connection to The Beatles!
Bumper Morgan is the first voice you hear on this hour-long scope, then Bobby Rich starts off this particular show, in his words, “broadcasting from a brand new studio that’s never been used before”.
First, a little history. Before the birth of what’s known today as WOGL, 98.1 was home to a heritage set of call letters and a trademarked hot Top 40 format which graced a dozen or[…]
This is an exceptionally powerful, all-new production done in remembrance. We must never forget, and our young people who don’t remember this must be taught just what it was we endured, so that we come together as brothers and sisters, and not tear ourselves apart. You’ll need a handkerchief for this. You’ve been warned.
WPGC, an AM/FM combo, was a Top 40 powerhouse licensed to serve Washington DC.