Saturday, June 19, 2021

Chris Noel 1969

 


Chris Noel was the voice of home to a lot of troops, halfway around the world and counting the days back to the real world.It's a Wednesday in 1969 with Date With Chris.  Please help fellow vets by making a contribution to Chris's "Vetsville Cease Fire House" 


Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Roger Carroll 1969

 

I'll always be grateful to Roger for sharing these memories. .  Roger brings you the Happy Hour and once again in fine fettle.  Time for the Best Sounds in Town!



Roland Bynum 1983

 



Soulin' with Roland.  The party starts NOW...
 

Mary Turner 1992

 



It was a scandal.  In the early 80s when the network started the Mary Turner show.  Loud Rock and Roll.  What will the generals say?  We'll find out.  Mary brought her KMET show to the world and it was a very good thing.



Monday, June 14, 2021

Ira Cook 1965

 




Ira Cook starts you week with a Monday show from 1965, stories and a Star of the Day, Roger Williams.  When Ira did his KMPC show he was huge Hawaiian music fan.



Thursday, June 10, 2021

Enchantment Of Music 1964


Over the years AFRTS presented a lot of classical music. For a lot of our listeners, it was the introduction to styles of music that they hadn't heard before. "Enchantment of Music" was originally from KCBH-FM, Beverly Hills. They presented their shows in "the matchless fidelity of frequency modulation".   The station was also the first one for The Real Don Steele.


Did we ever actually run these on FM stations?

KCBH sounds like a very interesting place Here's their tribute website




Wednesday, June 2, 2021

GI Journal 1943



 Incredible the depth of talent, giving their all for the troops:


G. I. Journal. November 5, 1943. Program #16.  The first tune is, "I Know That You Know." Arthur Q. Bryan, Georgia Carroll, Harry Babbitt, Harry Mitchell (announcer), Merwyn Bogue, Jerry Colonna, Kay Kyser and His Orchestra, Linda Darnell, Mel Blanc, Sully Mason (vocals). 29:53.