Scott Brady

Scott Brady & Randy Martin, “WASH at Work” – 97.1 WASH-FM Washington DC | July 19, 1999

  Description by Steve West: A mainstay of Washington area radio, WASH-FM has been Adult Contemporary for as long as anyone can remember – 1975, I think (someone out there knows). I’m sure there are people who remember the beginnings of WASH-FM as a Classical station, but there’s no better branding than longevity! Aside from a couple of years in the early 80s when the station tried to do a CHR format (which didn’t work at all – WASH-FM couldn’t compete with WPGC), the station has aired some form of Soft Rock since breaking away from Classical music. Featured here, first, is Scott Brady. You hear a couple of breaks, then Randy Martin comes in at 2pm to start the Afternoon Drive. Lots of jingles, very melodic (and we LOVE the Top of Hour ID Jingle), a...

Scott Brady, 1190 WBMJ San Juan

Station: 1190 WBMJ San Juan (Wikipedia) Format: Top 40 Branded: “San Juan Radio Rock” Then Ownership: Bob Hope Now: Calvary Evangelistic Mission Featured Air Personality: Scott Brady Contributor: Karl Phillips Post Date: 06.29.2018 #1607 WBMJ San Juan with the Number 7 song this week… Voluntary Subscription Options Yearly Subscription : $80.00 USD – yearlyMonthly : $10.00 USD – monthlyWeekly : $3.00 USD – weekly Curator’s Notes: Perhaps the most interesting part of this aircheck is the time/temperature and name repetition… It’s a crutch that so many jocks unwittingly used over the years and in a scoped aircheck such as this it sounds irritating. That said, the notables here include the current religious station’s nod (and apparent...

Scott Brady, 1190 WBMJ San Juan | January 22, 1973

Date of Recording: 01.22.1973 Station: 1190 WBMJ San Juan, Puerto Rico Format: Top 40 Featured Air Personality: Scott Brady (jock). George MacDugal (news) Contributor: Karl Phillips Post Date: 10/29/2017 Total Time: 30:44 (scoped) Airchexx Entry: 1,522 …From San Juan (Whaaaaa!!), W B M J. A Bob Hope Station! Curator’s Notes: Shortly after Puerto Rico was devastated for the second time in two weeks by a hurricane, I put the call out to see if there were any airchecks of radio on the island to post, to give more publicity for the need for more help for this ravaged U.S. Territory. Contributor Karl Philips immediately contacted me to say he had a few recordings of his time on the island several decades ago. What follows is a great recording highlighting the Rock of San Juan in it&...

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