KSWD 100.3 The Sound, Flips To KKLQ K-Love Los Angeles | November 16 2017

  November 16, 2017, was a sad day for music lovers in Los Angeles. It was the day Adult Album Rock formatted station KSWD “The Sound” 100.3 FM went off the air. The station had a wide music playlist, by today’s standards, […]

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Hollywood Henderson, Power 95 WWPR New York| 1988

  In the mid to late 1980s, WPLJ, Power 95, was doing well. It was normally trailing behind CHR Leader Z100 WHTZ, but billing was high, and ratings were good. On December 20th, WPLJ did something that shocked many in New York. […]

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Dale Dorman & JoJo Kincade, Kiss 108 WXKS-FM Boston | 1983

    From the late 1970s, until today, Kiss 108 WXKS-FM Boston has been a Pop music powerhouse. Starting as a Disco formatted station in the late 70’s, the station evolved into an Urban Contemporary format, then by 1982 to continued to […]

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Salute to American Radio, BBC Radio 1 London | July 4 1976

In the mid 1960s, there was nowhere easy for British youngsters to listen to rock ‘n’ rollers like The Beatles, The Who and The Rolling Stones. Commercial radio wasn’t yet an option, and the guardians of the publicly-owned British Broadcasting Corporation considered […]

Tagged American Radio, BBC, Casey Kasum, Dennis Elsas, England

FINAL Dan Ingram Radio Show, 101.1 WCBS-FM New York | September 16 2007

  I’m warning right up front, that this aircheck is a little hard to listen to. It’s Dan Ingram’s final radio show. WCBS-FM had returned to it’s “modified Oldies” format 3 months earlier, after the Jack FM debacle. Dan was invited back […]

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Carol Miller, 95.5 WPLJ New York | 1979

Carol Miller is one of the longest-running New York radio personalities. Miller’s professional journey began in 1971 at Progressive Rock WMMR in Philadelphia. She quickly got the attention of New York’s Rock powerhouse 95.5 WPLJ in 1973, where she first became a […]

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Dave Collins, 99 FM KNUS Dallas | October 19 1977

The calls, KNUS FM 99, in Dallas first appeared in the summer 0f 1966, as a Progressive Rock station. It was part of the legendary McLendon group of station.  Gordon McLendon is widely credited for perfecting the commercially successful Top 40 radio […]

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Ellis B Feaster, WWKA K92FM Orlando | October 2000

Over the past few years, I have had several people ask, why don’t you post airchecks of yourself on air. Well, here you are. It’s me doing afternoon drive on Country formatted K92FM, WWKA Orlando, before going back to mornings a few […]

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Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode, BBC Radio One FM | July 1994

Since 1967, BBC Radio One has been the BBC’s Top 40 offering, for England, Scotland, Wales, & Northern Island. The station started on AM (or Medium Wave as the Brits refer to it) and eventually was broadcast on FM. It broadcasts on […]

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Zacherly’s Halloween Special, 101 WCBS-FM New York | October 31 1984

        In 1958, John Zacherle arrived in New York city, and launched his scary alter-ego, Zacherly on WABC-TV. Dick Clark nick-named him “The Cool Ghoul.”He became a sensation in New York by hosting pre-1948 Universal horror films, on WABC’s […]

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Pat St John, Power 95 WPLJ New York| July 1987

Pat St. John was a New York City radio fixture for 42 years. on the air with WNEW-FM, WAXQ and WCBS-FM, and for many, they remember him best for his days at WPLJ. He was a teenager when he started in radio, […]

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