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This is a 1989 news story from WLKY-TV about one of the top five Louisville radio stations at that time, rock-formatted 96 WQMF. Bill Francis is the reporter. WQMF personalities seen include Morning Man Ron Clay with sidekicks Barry and Troy. Also featured are Operations Manager Terry Medert, Station Owner John Otting and DJ Duke Meyer.
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I said Part 1 at the beginning,but this is the full FM radio dial in Louisville. Hope radio fans like me enjoy this! Please leave me a comment. Thanks for watching! Here is the station list: WNAS 88.1 Variety (operated by New Albany High School) WJIE 88.5 Christian Music & Talk WFPL 89.3 NPR WUOL 90.5 Classical WFPK 91.9 AAA / Jazz WTFX 93.1 Urban * changed format 2016 WLCL 93.9 Sports Talk * changed call letters 5/1/14 WFIA 94.7 Christian Talk WQMF 95.7 Classic Rock WGZB 96.5 Urban Contemporary WAMZ 97.5 Country WQXE 98.3 Hot A/C WRNW 98.9 CHR WDJX 99.7 CHR WLGX 100.5 Hot A/C * changed format 7/1/2014 WMJM 101.3 Classic R&B and Soul WXMA 102.3 Hot A/C WQNU 103.1 Country WAKY 103.5 Classic Hits WRKA 103.9 90's Country WAYI 104.3 WAY-FM (simulcast)...
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Throughout the '80s and '90s the easygoing Joe Donovan hosted a legendary all-night radio show on WHAS 840 AM in Louisville Kentucky, devoted to old time rock and roll. For many listeners the highlight of Donovan's show was his nightly "Odd & Obscure Hour", in which he played forgotten records that barely made the charts -- if they even made the charts at all. For some this was nostalgia, but for others it was an invaluable musical education. This is an aircheck of a typical "O&O" hour. The songs are cut off, but it will give you a good idea what the Joe Donovan show was like, and how he entertained a generation of listeners. For educational use only. No copyright infringement intended, no rights given or implied.
This is an FM bandscan taken July 13, 2015 in Louisville, Kentucky. It is posted here for nonprofit educational purposes only. Stations included: WNAS, WJIE, W205BT, WFPL, WNKU, WJCR, WUOL, WKUE, WJLR, WFPK, WBKR, WLXX, WTFX, WMMG, WLCL, WULF, WFIA, W236AN, WIKI, WQMF, WGZB, WAMZ, W250BD, WBUL, WQXE, WNRW, WKMO, WDJX, WVLC, W261CO, WLGX, WCHQ, WMJM, WTHX, WXMA, W274AM, WQNU, WAKY, WRKA, WAYI, W284AD, WGHL, WMPI, WLVK, WHBE, WAYK, WVEZ, WSFR Note that the maps point to transmitter sites, which may be different from the city of license shown under the call letters. Opening music is "Highway Outlaws" (CC BY 4.0) by TeknoAXE. http://www.teknoaxe.com/ For more information on FM DXing, visit my website. http://www.egrabow.com/dx/
OK Go stopped by for an acoustic members only show at WFPK and Damian Kulash talked about his love for Janice, the Muppet guitar player from Electric Mayhem. Set List: The Writings on the Wall Here It Goes Again The One Moment This Too Shall Pass
Here is PAMS' Swiszle package, Series 32 for WKLO. Trella Hart is the captivating lady with the amazing voice singing lead on many of the cuts. Trella's voice had a fascinating, (even sexy) "smokey" sort of quality. She was paired on many cuts with PAMS's answer to the Four Freshmen, here called the Good Timers. I would love to know just which four men were in this vocal group because they were incredible. I'm fairly certain Marv Shaw did the high leads- other included may have been Dan Alexander, Jodie Lyons, Bob Piper... Perhaps someone will be able to provide some light on who these men were. They could also be heard on Series 31, Music Explosion; Series 33, Fun Vibrations; Series 34, Music Power and the fantastic Series 37, Power Play. Series 32 introduced the Moog syn...
This is a 1989 news story from WLKY-TV about one of the top five Louisville radio stations at that time, CHR-formatted 99.7 WDJX. Bill Francis is the reporter. Featured are WDJX Morning Personalities Pete & Joe and General Manager Bill Wells.