WPGC, an AM/FM combo, was a Top 40 powerhouse licensed to serve Washington DC.
Here’s our first recording of KNAB.
Recurring Donations Option 1 : $9.00 USD – monthlyOption 2 : $15.00 USD – monthlyOption 3 : $25.00 USD – monthlyOption 4 : $110.00 USD – yearly In 1977, WGH was the undisputed champion of[…]
What are we supposed to do with your paycheck while you’re gone? – Give it away!! From deep in the archives of Contributor Daniel Coulombe comes this excellent quality recording of KRIZ in the Fall[…]
From contributor Paul Ford, Here is great aircheck from WDRQ 93.1 FM in Detroit… August 1977 with Jerry St James. Truly representative of many one-man morning shows at the end of the 1970s, here’s one[…]
If only the East Coast had a Top 40 station like this! Oh… well, besides WABC. We here at Airchexx have put much focus on 610 KFRC as THE dominant station in San Francisco. But,[…]
Charlie Cook is heard holding down the overnight on the old 1050 WHN, Running 30 minutes, scoped, you get the feel of how “New York’s Country Station” sounded in the second half of the 1970s.[…]
…Number one. With more listeners each week than any other station, AM or FM! Original Comments: It’s been said that the call letters WGH stood for “World’s Greatest Harbor”. Perhaps, in the early days of[…]