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End of Electric 106 & Eagle 106 Launch, WTRK & WEGX Philadelphia| March 13 1987

Advertisements In the 1980’s, Philadelphia’s 106.1 FM seemed cursed. No matter what Cox Radio put on the frequency, nothing seemed to work. In 1981, it was WWSH Stereo 106, playing a mix of Beautiful MusicContinue readingEnd of Electric 106 & Eagle 106 Launch, WTRK & WEGX Philadelphia| March 13 1987

KFOG 104.5 San Francisco Format Change From Beautiful Music To Rock & Roll | September 16 1982

Advertisements     For almost 20 years, starting in the early 1960s, KFOG 104.5 played Beautiful Music. Lots of instrumentals, with a few show tunes mixed it. The station did fared well for most ofContinue readingKFOG 104.5 San Francisco Format Change From Beautiful Music To Rock & Roll | September 16 1982

WPLJ Reunion Day, Pt. 5 feat. Race Taylor, Joey Kramer, Naomi DiClemente, Joey B., Lady Diana & Jamie Lee – 95.5 WPLJ New York | May 30, 2019

Advertisements 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 guestContinue readingWPLJ Reunion Day, Pt. 5 feat. Race Taylor, Joey Kramer, Naomi DiClemente, Joey B., Lady Diana & Jamie Lee – 95.5 WPLJ New York | May 30, 2019

The End Of 103.5 WYNY New York | February 10, 1996

Advertisements In 1996, Country music was in a different era.  Artists such as Garth Brooks, Clint Black, Alan Jackson, Martina McBride, Reba and Faith Hill made up the core of the format.   The WYNY callContinue readingThe End Of 103.5 WYNY New York | February 10, 1996

The End of an Era: The CFTR Story, Part 1 | June 4, 1993

Advertisements For more than two decades, CFTR had been known for being one of TWO contemporary hit music stations in Toronto. The other was the legendary 1050 CHUM. CHUM moved away from Top 40 inContinue readingThe End of an Era: The CFTR Story, Part 1 | June 4, 1993