Radio Station: KRLA Pasadena
Frequency: 1110 kHZ
Dick Biondi is a legendary radio personality, best known for his on air work in Chicago, on 89 WLS. However, this air check features Biondi when he was in Los Angeles at 1110 KRLA. During his short run at KRLA in the mid 1960s, Biondi was in good company working with other legendary radio personalities, including Bob Eubanks, Casey Kasem, Emperor Bob Hudson and Dave Hull. At KRLA, he was credited with introducing the Beatles and Rolling Stones at their Hollywood Bowl concerts. He was a unique radio personality, who really stood out on the air. Fast talking, with a high pitched voice. His fans loved him! -Ellis
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Here was always one of my favorites and even sent me a reel-reel air check while at KRLA. What a nice guy. Thanks for all of your air checks. I worked in Phoenix For the late Steve Rivers at KOPA & programmed KXAM-1440 am daytimer took it from a 0 to a 4.6 in 1 book then when across the street with the late Jay Stone to destroy them at KUKQ-AM. Also worked for the late Tom Bigby as ast Pd for KFI in it’s waning music days as well as for Bill Young at Kilt-Am& Fm. I ‘ll see if I have any air checks for you. Do you have any of Steve Lundy who worked also at Kilt before I got there as well as WLS, KFRC, WNBC, KROQ. If so I would love to hear them !