Thanks to longtime Contributor Steven Green, Legendary Deejay Dan Ingram is the subject of this 26 minute composite of his air work on 77 WABC New York. A FEW WORDS ABOUT SUPPORT Now that the[…]
The dreaded “WABC Disco Era!” Many people consider this the beginning of the end of Musicradio 77 WABC. In December 1978, the new Disco 92 WKTU defeated WABC in the Arbitron ratings. It was the[…]
I’m warning right up front, that this aircheck is a little hard to listen to. It’s Dan Ingram’s final radio show. WCBS-FM had returned to it’s “modified Oldies” format 3 months earlier, after the[…]
If you grew up in the metro New York City in the 1960s, or 70s, you probably listened to Dan Ingram. He hosted afternoon drive on WABC for 20 amazing years. (He also hosted[…]
Dan Ingram on 77 WABC was always entertaining, always clever, and always fun to listen to. In this aircheck, it’s summer 1962. Pre-Beatles, pre-Beach Boys, & pre-giant ratings, but WABC was[…]
For may, the “glory” years of 77 WABC New York, were from 1966 to 1972. In the ratings, the station was untouchable. The station was so popular that many stations around the[…]
The second half of Big Dan Ingram from 1975.
It’s April 10 1968. A very turbulent time! We were just a week removed from the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. Vietnam was raging, & Big Dan and WABC offered us[…]