Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Radiothon 2018

Hi all.  You may notice that some of the links aren't working.

I couldn't swing the payment for the storage of everything, the free version is much smaller.

I've never really asked before, but you could help out on the PayPal "Donate" link I'd be able to get this back to what it was.  PayPal will convert from any currency to US dollars.

Whatever you could do would help a lot.


Saturday, March 10, 2018

Gene Price 1974

Gene Price did Army recruiting shows for Roger Carroll's company. I remember these things from before I joined.  Here's the first one.

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Ira Cook 1971

A 1967 Ira Cook show

Have a happy day, you can make the most of it.... Ira is back from KMPC with a Friday in 1971 visit, 

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Mary Helen Barro 1983

Maria Elena Barro tiene la musica mas buena en al mundo!

Charlie Tuna 1980

That picture is from the AFRTS-LA promo set of 8x10s that went to every station. We lost Charlie a while back.  The family is working on a tribute at  http://www.charlietuna.com

It's a trip to 1980, a Friday and time for the Charlie Tuna Show.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Joe Allison 1969


Joe Allison is the newest talent at http://rogercarrollbestsoundsintown.com
He has some of your Wednesday country favorites and memories of 1969

Wolfman Jack 1974


Ready to howl?  Time for another visit with the Wolfman for the Air Force.

Sunday, March 4, 2018

AFVN Scott Manning 1968

1968 was a particularly interesting time for music and radio, great pop music and great album rock. Let's let Sgt Pepper (Scott Manning) show us the way.

AFVN Sgt Pepper 1968

More From AFVN

Saturday, March 3, 2018

Tom Campbell 1975

Tom Campbell always had a fun show and sometimes the strangest mixes... Tall Tom revisits 1975.  The mustard colored labels were the ugliest ones ever.

Suspense 1961

AFRTS played a lot of Old Time Radio.  Some places we didn't have television.  Some places we had television, but there were so many programming restrictions that it was hard to enjoy.  Sometimes the troops were in the field without televisions.  Most radio dramas from the 40s and 50s were available and reissued well into the 1980s.
"Suspense" was one of the last radio dramas, finally being cancelled in 1962.  This disk is the 1961 issue of a program broadcast on CBS October 8, 1961 "Dreams" starring Phillip Sterling.