KHJ 930 Los Angeles – Walt Baby Love/Johnny Williams – December 31 1971
Back in the late 1960s & early 1970s, 93 KHJ was a Top 40 powerhouse in SoCal. It was so popular, “Boss Radio“ was practically the soundtrack of Los Angeles.
For many years, “personality”Top40 radio was dominated by lots of deejay chatter and & long jingles. In 1965 legendary radio programmer Bill Drake, along with program director Ron Jacobs, changed that when they brought the streamlined ”Drake Format“ to KHJ, & transformed it into Southern California’s must listen to radio station. The station cranked out the biggest hits of the day, larger than life promotions & contests, and some of the greatest jocks in the country!
KHJ’s DJ roster read almost like an all-star list, with such talent as Machine Gun Kelly, Billy Pearl, Bobby Tripp, Mark Elliott, Bill Wade, Robert W. Morgan, Bobby Ocean, Humble Harve, Jerry Butler, Sam Riddle, Charlie Van Dyke, Gary Mack, The Real Don Steele, and the voices heard on this air check, Walt Baby Love & Johnny Williams as they end 1971 & launch 1972. -Ellis