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!
Wharfield made a name for himself at Top 40 WVBF.
Here’s a jock who really deserves more attention as one of perhaps Boston’s most legendary Rock Jocks.
Among the Rock DeeJays of Boston radio, Mark Parenteau, Harvey Wharfield (WVBF, WCOZ, WAAF) and others took to the WROR microphones, telling stories of what it was like to be an album rock jock in the 60s, 70s and 1980s.
These two segments feature Freddie Cannon, Joe Martelle and Dan Donovan
This is one of a small handful of tapes that survived my youth.
Larry Glick was a legendary talk show host on Boston radio stations from the 1960s, through the 1990s. He was on WMEX, & WRKO, but he is best known for being[…]
Magic Christian on WVBF… yes, this was a long time ago indeed! Listen below to this partially restored aircheck just for fun. WVBF was using a TON of reverb here. One must wonder, if we[…]
WMEX Flamed out a few years after this, but it sure was fun to listen before that happened!
Jojo Kincaid has long been one of your webmaster’s favorites. Here’s Mr. Kincaid doing what he does best, and the tempo is so fast, the show so tight, it’s hard to keep up! The best[…]
For almost three decades prior to becoming an All-News (by day) station, WBZ was known as the place to turn to for comprehensive radio news.
Charlie Fox is immortalized in this 1973 clip of the Big 68 WRKO. Man, some things never change. The phone number, for instance. 931-1668. Be caller number one. ONE! Get your request on WRKO! It’s[…]