Tag Archives: radio

Canadian Graffiti

The ads for American Graffiti posed the question, Where were you in ’62? I was living the first year of my life but a dozen years later my folks took me to see American Graffiti at the Birchcliff Theatre in … Continue reading

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You never stop learning

One of Elvis Presley’s early tunes, on Sun Records, was Good Rockin’ Tonight, which had been done in the late ’40s by two rock and roll pioneers, Roy Brown and Wynonie Harris. Have you heard the news? The musical answer … Continue reading

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Advice for aspiring radio students

My radio show runs on 97.7 the Beach in my home of Wasaga Beach, and on a high school station in Middlebourne, West Virginia. WRSG. Knight’s Radio. The adult volunteer who oversees the operation (and the guy who added my … Continue reading

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The sincerest form of flattery

A few weeks ago, I played the Rolling Stones tune The Under Assistant West Coast Promotions Man on my show, The Rock and Roll Riot. The B-side to Satisfaction. Followed by the story behind the song. Mick and Keith wrote … Continue reading

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