Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Mary Turner 1985

Mary Turner today

Mary Turner really rocked the house.  Normally when any of the jocks got a reaction, it'd be split.  The ones that were really liked would draw complaints.  I never remember fielding a complaint about Mary.  I remember the barracks rocking.  Thank you Mary.  Continued success!

Joe Allison 1965

Joe Allison had a neat part of history.  He's been called the DJ that bridged the gap between hillbilly radio and what he call country radio today.  Take a listen:

Joe Ferguson 1983

Joe Ferguson makes Portland the voice of home.  It's a Monday in 1983.

Friday, July 10, 2020

Don Tracy 1995


Thanks George for taking the time to record these in 1995. It's a Don Tracy Friday. The party starts now!

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Benny Brown AFN 1995

Benny parlayed his AFN time into a BIG gig over at Radio Luxembourg, hear why in this Veterans Day show.

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Roger Carroll 1977

Been almost a year ago that we lost Roger.  I had worked with him, making his streaming station happen. That was a great two years.  I miss the calls...

Roger brings us back to the best of 1977

Saturday, July 4, 2020

Charlie Tuna 1986

So how many days were started with a Breakfast Serial?  Some day I'll try to figure out who did shows for us over the most years.  Charlie would be on the short list.

This broadcast includes something that didn't happen often,  the disk sticks...  Most of it has been edited out, but memories...

Thursday, July 2, 2020

Jim Pewter 1968

Jim Pewter was a giant in "Oldies Radio".  After he did his time in Korea with AFKN, he did a lot for the music that we love.  Almost immediately after ETS Jim on the full network.

Jubilee 1945

Jubilee. April 16, 1945. Program #129. The second tune is, "If You Can't Smile and Say Yes, Please Don't Cry and Say No." Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Barney Bigard, The Nat King Cole Trio, Judy Carroll (vocal), Eddie Anderson (Rochester), Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Verne Smith (announcer).

Ira Cook 1965

Here's Ira, today in the spotlight it's Connie Francis.  Ira even speaks in some Hawaiian.  He did that daily on his KMPC show.  From Duluth MN to the Battle of the Bulge, Ira got around...