Charlie Tuna was a Los Angeles radio legend. Over the span of his career, he also hosted shows for KBIG-FM, KTNQ, KHTZ, KRLA, KODJ,… Read More »Charlie Tuna on KKDJ 102.7 Los Angeles | May 30 1974
He spang into the national spotlight in 1976, with his novelty hit, Disco Duck. Rick Dees is a radio icon. From 1981 until 2004, Rick… Read More »Rick Dees, KIIS FM 102.7 Los Angeles | Jan 12, 1995
Robert W Morgan was a Los Angeles radio legend. best known for his on air work at several stations in Los Angeles, including morning drive… Read More »Robert W Morgan, 93KHJ Los Angeles | 1965
Beirne was the voice of K-EARTH 101 during the RKO days and reached legendary status...
"KHJ... with phone calls worth five-thousand dollars cash!..."
Bill Todd, AKA Cat Simon was having every jock’s worst nightmare. Songs stopped in mid-play. Carts misfired. Not once, not twice but several times. One… Read More »Bill Todd as Cat Simon, 93 KHJ Los Angeles | July, 1972
The Boss Jocks are going to send you a Jet-Set Souvenir… Listening to this one has to wonder, could anyone talk faster than the Real… Read More »The Real Don Steele, 93 KHJ Los Angeles | February 25, 1967
…Janice, from Sherman Oakes, is taping my show!… Is THAT where this tape originated from? Somehow it seems more like it’s just a coincidence. This… Read More »Beaver Cleaver, 97.1 KHTZ Los Angeles | August 12, 1979
Shortly after the death of B. Mitchel Reed, KLOS‘ Gail Murphy hosted a live tribute to the legendary deejay, featuring recorded interviews and a couple… Read More »A Tribute to B. Mitchel Reed: 95.5 KLOS Los Angeles | March 19, 1983
MG Kelly on KTNQ – Not to be confused with the rap artist of the same name, this is “Machine Gun” Kelly (Gary D. Sinclair)… Read More »Machine Gun Kelly, First Show – 1020 KTNQ (Ten-Q) Los Angeles | March 18, 1978
Humble Harve certainly was well known in Los Angeles radio! His career highlights include: KBLA, 1965-67; KHJ, 1967-71; KIQQ, 1973; KKDJ, 1974; KIIS, 1975-76; KUTE,… Read More »“Humble Harve” Miller, 1500 KBLA (Santa Monica) Los Angeles | 1967
Just when you thought you’d heard all the KHJ airchecks avaliable, comes this new, right off the original reel recording of Johnny Williams, then, the… Read More »Johnny Williams; Robert W. Morgan, 93/KHJ Los Angeles | 1968