September 22, 2021

3 thoughts on “Roy Stingley, 1160 WJJD Chicago | March 13, 1972 – 9:45 to 10:30 AM

  1. I did summer fill in in 1969 at WJJD’s sister station WCOP 1150 in Boston. We had the same jingle package as ‘JJD, WJJD was limited time which meant it could stay on until Salt Lake City sunset (L-KSL) we used to be able to hear it late in the day in the Boston area even though it was only 10 kc away from 1150.

  2. At 6:43, Roy Stingley played “Blueberry Hill” by Loretta Lynn, which never charted, but I looked it up at Wikipedia, and had no idea of how many times it was covered. I knew it was widely covered, but still, it surprised me. thanks for this aircheck.

    1. Rather amazing, isn’t it? I track a nostalgia station and I’m astonished at the number of songs covered at least half a dozen times by other artists. Songs that actually CHARTED! Fats Domino did the most successful chart hit with Blueberry Hill, but yes. Others did it as well. There’s even a Punk Rock version!

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