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Dan Ingram, 101.1 KRTH Los Angeles | June 24, 1998 – Part 2

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Here’s part two of Dan Ingram’s ‘tryout’. While the exact date of this aircheck isn’t readily apparent, Robert W. Morgan had passed away just a month earlier. According to one source, Charlie Van Dyke was already chosen to take the morning show, and the week prior had different morning show hosts each day as a stunt.

Notice the music here (what you can hear of it) is solidly 60s & 70s fare. The Classic Hits 70s/80s format was still a few years away.

101.1 FM Los Angeles KRTH K-Earth 101 KHJ-FM Jonathan Steve Scott Brian Bierne Mr. Rock and Roll Pat Evans Robert W Morgan The Real Don Steele Huggy Boy

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Gary Kerns
October 9, 2015 at 4:55 pm


At 13;39, the reporter mentioned Ormond Beach, Florida. My pediatrician retired there. Also, at 0:55, Dan called Tom Jones “Mr. Tight Buns”. Rush Limbaugh used to call him “Tommy Tight Pants”.



ralph bertolucci
July 8, 2018 at 11:03 pm


Dan Passed away here in Florida over a week ago. He was class, but Dan on the west coast is like moving the statue of liberty west.



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