Loren Owens & Wally Brine were a Boston radio institution. The two were first paired together at WVBF in the early 1980s, and managed to continue on the morning show, through management changes, ownership[…]
Despite this station’s heritage, there really are very few recordings available. Contributor Russ Oasis dug up this very short piece of audio.
Wharfield made a name for himself at Top 40 WVBF.
Here’s a jock who really deserves more attention as one of perhaps Boston’s most legendary Rock Jocks.
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.
These two segments feature Freddie Cannon, Joe Martelle and Dan Donovan
“WROR, You’re caller number 15!!!!’
Continuing the broadcast of WVBF from January (we suspect the 15th), 1979, here’s midday guy JoJo Kincaid. Never mind that he’s one of your webmaster’s radio heroes from my youth, talk about talent! WVBF is[…]