Radio Station: WILD Boston Frequency: 1090 kHZ Format: R&B Elroy Smith was a giant figure in Chicago radio from 1992 to 2007 as operations manager and program director of urban contemporary WGCI FM 107.5 and urban
Walter DeVenne (January 16, 1948 – January 16, 2021), better known on the radio as “Little Walter” was a fixture of Sunday nights on the old OLDIES 103.3 in Boston.
In summer 1984, I made a trip to Boston… with my boombox. One morning I got up early, and started recording morning drive from up & down Boston’s radio dial. This aircheck features clips
**LISTENING OPTIONS FOLLOW DESCRIPTION BELOW** …don’t bring any kind of fire water into the city! Salvaged from my personal collection, here’s Mike DeM’ambro on a somewhat subdued WVBF toward the end of the ‘F-105’ era.
Credit, once again, our good friend Matt over at Big Apple Airchecks for this look at Boston’s legendary 68 WRKO! No I can’t give you an exact date on this aircheck but we’ll just narrow
Besides Claprood & Whitley, there are two full newscasts anchored by Pat Carrol (now at WCBS 880 New York), Traffic by longtime reporter Malcom Alter and weather by well known New England radio Meteorologist Joe Zona.
Radio Station: WBZ BOston Frequency: 1030 kHz format: Full service Larry Glick was a legendary talk show host on Boston radio stations from the 1960s, through the 1990s. He was on WMEX, & WHDH, but
WXKS-FM Boston, Kiss 108 is one of the most listened to radio stations in New England. The one time Disco outlet, turned CHR, has been a market leader since the late 1970s. The station