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According to cardsandramsfan this is from CBS in 1978. From Youtuber kmdiver911 "wkrp in cincinatti written by series co-creator Tom Wells and Hugh Wilson and sung by Steve Carlisle. released as a single in 1979 by the MCA and went to number 65 on the Billboard 100 in 1981 and again in 1982, this time on the Adult Contemporary Charts. the song, was written about charactor Andy Travis. also, another bit of little known trivia is that David Cassidy turned down the role of Dr. Johnny Fever." Anymore info on this song and theme I'll be glad to hear, i'll put it up on the description.
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CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1nm0dKP Check out the opening sequence from WKRP in Cincinnati: The Complete Series. Available on DVD at https://www.shoutfactory.com/tv/comedy/wkrp-in-cincinnati-the-complete-series We’re Spinnin’ The Hits And Bringin’ The Laughter! Pairing an impeccable ensemble cast with hilarious wit and popular tunes, WKRP In Cincinnati celebrated four amazing seasons, making it the quintessential situation comedy for any music lover! Join everyone's favorite radio DJs — the rockin' Dr. Johnny Fever (Howard Hesseman) and the soulful Venus Flytrap (Tim Reid) — as they weave through the inner-office antics of the crazy WKRP staff including the station's steady program director Andy (Gary Sandy), indecisive manager Carlson (Gordon Jump), smarmy advertising execut...
April 9, 1977-radio highlights from the first overtime period of the epic three-overtime game between the Cincinnati Stingers and Indianapolis Racers at Riverfront Coliseum in Cincinnati. Andy MacWilliams with the call over WLW 700-AM.
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This goes way back. don't have an exact date, but I would say around 1930. Singin' Sam (Harry Frankel) was married to an old-time radio singer called Smiles Frankel, who sang just post-World War One.. They lived on a big farm outside Richmond Indiana, where I worked as an announcer on local radio station WKBV, when I was young, around 55 years ago. Singin Sam was part of the local folklore.
Since colliding with radio in the mid eighties, Bubba the Love Sponge has been fired from close to ten stations in markets like Milwaukee, Chicago, Orlando and Philly. In 1989 the highly controversial host found a home for his show in Tamp at WFLZ. Consistently top rated in his daypart, Bubba formed The Bubba Radio Network in October of 1995 with the addition of WJBT Jacksonville. In less than a year, the BRN has picked up four more affiliates, including WQMF Louisville WKLS Atlanta and WEBN Cincinnati, where this aircheck was taped
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077097/ The staff of a struggling radio station have a chance at success after the new programming director changes the format to rock music http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WKRP_in_... WKRP in Cincinnati is an American situation comedy television series that features the misadventures of the staff of a struggling fictional radio station in Cincinnati, Ohio. The show was created by Hugh Wilson and was based upon his experiences working in advertising sales at Top 40 radio station WQXI (AM) in Atlanta. Many of the characters and even some of the stories (including the season 1 episode 7 "Turkeys Away") are based on people and events at WQXI. The ensemble cast consists of Gary Sandy, Howard Hesseman, Gordon Jump, Loni Anderson, Tim Reid, Jan Smithers, Richard Sa...
This is a Steve Goodman concert in Cincinnati, Ohio and broadcast, live, by WXRT radio in Chicago, Steve’s hometown. The year is believed to be 1979 though I have not been able to confirm that. This concert is different than Steve Goodman fans might expect, as we hear a fuller band complete with reed instruments, unusual for a Goodman gig. If anyone out there can add more information about this event I invite you to do so in the comments section. As most are aware we lost Steve to leukemia in 1984. He was 36 years old when he died. Editor’s note: This is a remix in an effort to improve the overall quality. I was not able to include the song “My Old Man” as it was incomplete in my source material.
In the 1980s, 96 Rock was an awesome rock station in Cincinnati. In September, 1986, they announced another company bought them and would be changing formats. On their last day of broadcast, they aired this audio retrospective that included bits and comedy from when they were Kiss 96 and the glory days of 96 Rock. I recorded it, and it's been on a cassette tape for twenty-five years. Since a new 96 Rock came to the dial, I've been wanting to upload it for other old 96 Rock Fans like myself to enjoy. The original included more of the song "Memories," but I had to trim those pieces out so the recording wouldn't exceed fifteen minutes.