Lee Sherwood

Lee Sherwood, 93 KHJ Los Angeles | January 29, 1981

Perhaps the most striking part of this world premiere COUNTRY KHJ aircheck of Lee Sherwood is just how smooth he was! RKO General couldn’t have picked a better person to take the helm of a new Country music station. Lee Sherwood just oozed family-friendly Urban Cowboy Country. The New 93 KHJ, despite being a Country station, had all the elements that make up a good Adult Contemporary station. Full-Service elements such as News, Sports, Traffic and Accuweather ™ all blended in nicely, giving the station a good all around feel.  Lee Marshall was the news anchor, Dr. Joe Sobel was the Accuweather ™ Meteorologist, and with that lineup, I was struck by just how good it sounded! Credits: Note that this long aircheck comes to us thanks to the generocity of Ed Salomon, by way of ...

Lee Sherwood, 93 KHJ Los Angeles | January 23, 1981

I wanna pay somebody’s rent this morning…..     Please make a donation in any amount to help defray our hosting costs “The New” 93 KHJ was just two months old when this recording was made. There is a bit of history mentioned on the news (read by Lee Marshall) with the story of the Iranian Hostages being released this particular day, and that day in history, “Gone With The Wind” was released. Country or not, I *LIKE* Lee Sherwood. Lee has a great set of pipes, he is very knowledgeable about current events but most of all, he has a WARM personality that comes across on the air.  Lee puts on a good morning show. Better, in my humble opinion, than a lot of modern radio people.  Before KHJ,  he had a long radio career that took him all over the coun...

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