Discussion in 'Music' started by Revere, Nov 25, 2010.
CWLK, Detroit. WLS or WCFL, Chicago. WLUP, Chicago. WOKY, Milwaukee.
WLS the one and only.
"There goes the Riverview Skiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ball!"
"SUNDAY" "SUNDAY" At the US Whalen Dragstrip"
Did you live though the Steve and Garry/Larry Lujack rebellion?
I was in the John Landecker era.
Yeah I remember those names. My biggest listening years were probably '60 - '68.
wabc. Wabcfm/wplj. Wbab. Wcbs, wpix. Wbab. Wnew.
Yvonne Daniels, the Queen of Rock and Roll.
WGH in Norfolk, Va. Could pick up that station real well in Suffolk, Va. It played all the latest rock and roll. Listened to it throughout the 60's.
I listened to WPLJ off air wating for Keeve Berman to do the news when I worked at WRKR, Racine, Wisconsin.
Wnew, wnbc, wktu, wplj
Late 60's early 70's I listened to Top 40 93 KHJ in L.A. then in my teen years I switched to 94.7 KMET (Tweedle Dee!). The "Mighty MET" is still the standard I measure all other Rock stations against. None have even come close, especially that poser station KLOS.
Anyone else in L.A. ever read Jim Ladds book "Radio Waves"? It's a must read for all FM radio lovers.
Radio Waves, Jim Ladd, (9780312077860) Paperback - Barnes & Noble
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