Among the Rock DeeJays of Boston radio, Mark Parenteau, Harvey Wharfield (WVBF, WCOZ, WAAF) and others took to the WROR microphones, telling stories of what it was like to be an album rock jock in the 60s, 70s and 1980s.
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Date of Recording: June 21, 2002 Station: 92.3 WXTM branded “Extreme Radio” Format: Modern Rock Featured Jock: Kim Monroe Frequency Call Letter History: WXTM / WRQC / WJMO-FM / WZJM / WXRK / WKRI /[…]
…Power 105.7 is the Number ONE Hit Music Station! As is every other CHR formatted station in the nation, at least these days. Power 105.7 here is live. This aircheck kicks off with an imaging[…]
At Airchexx we have a pretty deep network of contributors, and some have asked to remain annonymous. But we do have the tapes! Here’s one which came to us as a 45 minute unscoped recording[…]
Good radio seems to be rare here in the 21st century, but there are those moments of greatness that need to be pointed out. From March, 2002, we bring you this excerpt from the Frazier[…]
Often, if not most times in radio, when a DJ disappears either because he quit or was fired, most people never know why until they read about it in the paper. Or hear it through[…]
Here’s one for Alternative lovers- 95X is gone, but in the early part of the last decade, KQRX was calling themselves “Odessa Midland’s New Rock Alternative”. And for good reason. The playlist reads like a[…]