One of your founder’s hobbies is scanning the FM band looking for “DX”. This particular day, the band was a dud. And, the entire recording was a mistake.
We’re up to Part 5 of Reunion Day. It’s the second hour featuring Race Taylor and Joey Kramer with special guests. This gets very emotional in spots. Joey B. calls in for his guest segment.[…]
95.5 New York, WPLJ, Reunion Day, 2019, Race Taylor, Joey Kramer, Tony Banks, Heather O’Rourke, Pat St. John, the Big Montage
This particular aircheck is the continuation of Part 1. Because of that, we’re going to use the same write-up that we used in the first one… but before that, we’ve got a few descriptions of[…]
95.5 WPLJ‘s next to last day broadcasting as a commercial pop music station. It was reunion day, as the station invited back dozens of people who worked on air at the various format variations of[…]
“As hard as it is to believe, WPLJ will be going away on Friday, May 31,” according to a recorded message on the station’s Twitter page. “The format and personalities you’ve come to love over the years will no longer broadcast on 95.5.”
This is a surprising aircheck. For those of you who remember WPLJ as a ‘hard rock’ station, this should dispel that myth. WPLJ was an Album Rock station. Or, “Progressive” as the purists would insist.[…]
…You’ve made the switch to more commercial-free music guaranteed! What did WPLJ sound like as the 1990s started? THIS!. Here’s Fast Jimi Roberts on a truly HOT CHR station at that time. WPLJ was branded[…]