Jack Diamond, WRQX Mix 107.3 Washington | April 28 1997

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Longtime D.C. radio host, Jack Diamond began his radio career at the age of 16 when he was a junior in high school, at WINX, a Top-40 radio station in Rockville, Maryland, outside of Washington, D.C. Jack worked at many stations across the country, including WLS, KNBR, KSON, WPRO and WPRO-FM, WQXI, WCBM, WRKO, and of course, WRQX, Mix 107.3, where he hosted mornings for 24 years from 1990 to 2013, when the station let him go. He did manage to return to mornings at Mix 107.3 in 2015, and he was there right up until the station’s last day in 2019. This aircheck features Jack, and his crew, from April 1997.

 

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