Yesterday I gave you a sample of JoJo Kincaid out of San DIego.
Today.....we land in New York City and the legendary Broadway Bill Lee.
As smooth as glass with very hot dance music you get to watch AND listen to a true maestro weave everything together for seamless transitions.
Who among us hasn't felt the rush when you put two songs together?
You mean to tell me YOU haven't?
Well then boys and girls step right up and get Your Own FM and make that dopamine flood your brain over and over and over.
Then you can be your own Broadway Bill Lee!!
Back in 1987, there were only a few radio personalities that insisted you listen to them. What they could do with an open mic and a hot tune made you feel the jock was embedded in the song.
Having Your Own FM is easy and costs less than $325. Then you can play your music, your way.
Here is a prime example of why I loved being on the air. Feeling the backbeat work through your body as you melded the music with your persona.
He is JoJo 'Cookin' Kincaid.....1987 in San Diego.
By Lance Venta Last updated Jan 28, 2019Entercom has announced it has made some modifications to its Format Captain roster for 2019.
KGMZ San Francisco Program Director Matt Nahagian joins WFAN New York PD Mark Chernoff in overseeing Entercom’s Sports stations.
101.1 KRTH Los Angeles PD Chris Ebbott takes over the Classic Hits duties from WCBS-FM/WNEW New York’s Jim Ryan.
Jim Ryan, however will join KAMX/KKMJ Austin’s Nikki Nite overseeing the AC format.
KMBZ-FM Kansas City’s Alan Furst supplants Diane Newman of WWL New Orleans overseeing Talk.
WNYL New York’s Michael Kaplan replaces Michael Martin at Alternative.
WINS New York’s Ben Mevorach and KNX Los Angeles’ Ken Charles supplant the retired Steve Butler of KYW Philadelphia at News.
At Country, WYCD Detroit’s Tim Roberts takes the role from KWJJ Portland’s Mike Moore.
The following programmers retain their Format Captain duties:
remember the year.....1969. High school. When I wasn't dreaming about burning it down. I was running the schools radio station. We were on the AM band, preaching insurrection, rebellion, and rock n roll. Needless to say I was the darling of the administration.
At night, I would drive to the bus parking lot, lay on the warm hood of the car, crank up the radio, and listen to some of the greatest jocks in the world. Those of WLS, Chicago.
At night their 50,000 watt signal got all the way down here to the Center of the New South. It was a form of radio I had never imagined possible. Amazing on air personalities, perfect jingles, and even though it was the same playlist I had......it sounded NOTHING like anything I had heard.
For those of you who never heard Larry Lujack, John Landecker, Fred Winston, Lyle Dean, et al, prepare yourself. For the rest of us.....lets jump in the way back machine to a time where radio was fun and had variety.
If you enjoy this video, you will LOVE having Your Own FM station.
The 25th Anniversary of The Big 89......WLS (originally aired in 1985)