Walt Baby Love, 98.7 WXLO New York | May 17, 1974

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Walt Baby Love is BACK! Literally – Here’s 30 minutes of 99X, RKO General’s Q format, New York FM style on a station known and loved for generations after its heyday.

Do you know that Elton John was once a DJ on 99X? Its true! In the Summer of 1975, Sir Elton was a guest on Lee Douglas’ show on 99X, and was such a hit that Douglas let him have a couple of hours on the air! Here’s what it sounded like.

Walt Baby Love is, indeed, a much loved Deejay. He came to 99X from “The Big 8”, CKLW Windsor, Ontario, another legendary Bill Drake formatted station from the 1960s that for a while in the 1970s, would pick up RKO General’s “Q” format. You can hear Walt Baby Love on CKLW HERE.

Walt Baby Love was a radio DJ for a long time before becoming an ordained minister in 2005. Today, Reverend Walter Shaw (his real name) has an online ministry, a syndicated gospel radio show, and is a best-selling author. You can read about Rev. Shaw HERE, and visit his website and ministry HERE.



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One Reply to “Walt Baby Love, 98.7 WXLO New York | May 17, 1974”

  1. bigaouette8532 – Norman, Oklahoma – radioinsight.com, BlogSpot, Europeans Et Canadians Orchestras
    Christopher


    I Saw You Ready Last Year Long Time 2009 Or 2010 YOu Have Play All Ready Where Is March 1973 Unscoped Is Missing Reel To Reel Or CD’s Where Is It Go I’m Sad Too It’s Me Christopher I Love That March 1973 I Play Some Neither One Of Us (Wants To Be The First To Say Goodbye BY Gladys Knight & The Pips! Thanks Steve West.

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