Contributor Scott Lowe checks in with a fantastic interview with Chuck Kirr, aka “The Chucker”. As you know, we’ve partnered with BigAppleAirchecks often in the past, and interestingly enough, Mr. Lowe contacted US about posting this great piece of work himself.
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5 thoughts on “A Scott Lowe Special: “The Chucker Revolution” | Winter 2009”
That was an incredible interview with the impressive Doc Thayer and all of his former names. He has been around for a very long time, and I really love his commercial-free oldies format on WZPH 96.7 FM in Zephyrhills,FL. I listen to it on the WEB at WZPHFM.com. Everyone should listen to his interview and to his radio station!
I, too, was very excited to hear the interview. “Chucker” was an important part of my life during a troubled time. I was glad to find out more about him. I, too, listen to Doc Thayer but on the iPhone app. Thank you, Scott Lowe, for the wonderful interview. And thank you Doc for being such a great radio personality
I enjoyed the interwiew. Before this I only knew of Dr Dr “Doc” Thayer as the “Impressive Hulk” owner of WZPH 96.7 fm in Zephyrhills, FL. Thanks for taking me on an awesome time machine ride throughout his career!
Uh oh. Now that hated middle name I got rid of legally is known. I just read Cheryl’s post. She found my first 45 rpm I did at age 18. What an experience…driving along and my record comes on the radio. I wanted to roll down the window and holler: “HEY! THEY’RE PLAYING MY RECORD ON THE RADIO.” Two cows and a hog would have heard me.
No “dead air” here! Fascinating. I wish my ears could listen faster!