Some South African females seen stealing from stores owned by foreign immigrants who were attacked by Zulu boys. So the men attack the stores, chase the store owners away and their women go to loot their stores. How shameful! It seems like a way of life if you look at the amount of stores looted just in the past week.
Gosh I may be too late this week but then maybe not. Have had a very busy time over the last few days, but all has turned out well in the end. I have started to dig around and find some very old country music plus other material that the older general public will remember and like.
Well today I played on air an old radio commercial, the phone went straight after and a lady was laughing away saying, Wyn please stop reminding us how old we are, the worst part was I had to agree with her as I remembered the commercial so well myself. Does that mean I am over the hill or I listened to radio a lot when I was very young.
Either way there is a multitude of wonderful material out in the lockers or boxes just waiting to be aired again. have a good week.
May the sun shine on you always .. Wyndoing to Country music sending out rubbish…Wyn
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ZZ TOP MANAGER EXPIRES On February 4, 1937, Billy Mack [Bill] Ham is born in Waxahachie, TX. Know Bill Ham since 1975. First time he enters my Music Director office at Top 40 KXOL-1360 Ft. Worth, TX I remind him that I have an old record of his from the 1950s. This embarrasses Bill. He says I don’t think anyone knows about that record. Bill Ham manages and promotes Blues-Rock group ZZ Top to international fame. On Wednesday, June 22, 2016 Bill Ham manager of that little old band from Texas ZZ Top dies at 79.
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BLUEGRASS LEGEND SILENCED The legendary American bluegrass duo Stanley Brothers founded in 1946 are brothers Carter and Ralph born on a small farm near McClure, VA in Dickenson County. One of our favorite Stanley Brothers tunes recorded on November 3, 1950 is I’m a Man of Constant Sorrow. From 1958 to 1962 The Stanley Brothers headline the weekly Suwannee River Jamboree radio show on WNER-1250. Born on February 25, 1927 Bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley passes away at 89 on June 23, 2016.
DELILAH HATES PORTABLE PEOPLE METER Nielsen’s Portable People Meter strikes some as the Purple People Eater. Syndicated radio host the queen of FM Radio Delilah tosses stones at the PPM: The damage is horrendous…it’s destroying radio in general, and especially shows that don’t play for the meter. In February 2016, Delilah celebrates her 56th birthday plus 20 years in syndication. Listeners hear Delilah nightly on 171 radio stations in North America, usually from 7 pm to midnight.
FM RADIO MUST REINVENT ITSELF Paul Brenner’s commentary in the Indianapolis Business Journal (www.ibj.com) talks about how to innovate a century-old medium. FM broadcasting in the United States begins in the 1930s at engineer and inventor Edwin Howard Armstrong’s experimental station, W2XMN. Radio station consolidation in the 1990s and 2000s causes debt levels to outgrow current revenue potential. Emmis activates FM chips in smart phones to provide authentic radio listening via NextRadio.
TRIVIA QUESTION: When does Columbia records unveil its new long-playing 33 1/3 RPM phonograph record? The answer appears below.
MOVERS AND SHAKERS
•HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Guy Zapoleon Monday, June 27th. Barry Kaye radio’s #1 DJ Thursday, June 30, 2016.•JEFF HANSON who once manages and develops artists Creed, Paramore, Framing Hanley, Mutemath and Sevendust receives Stage 4 cancer diagnosis in his lymph nodes needs our prayers. •SCOOTER DAVIS(Thane Austin) longtime morning show DJ for 34 years on Forever Communications Country WBVR FM (The Beaver 96.7) Bowling Green, KY dies Friday morning, June 24, 2016 of terminal cancer.
ENTERTAINMENT AND NEWS MILESTONES
•1957 HURRICANE AUDREY kills 526 residents in Louisiana and Texas on June 27th. •1969 JOHNNY CASH’ssingle A Boy Named Sue releases on Columbia records on July 2nd. •1974 PRESIDENT NIXON visits U.S.S.R. on June 27th. •1989 KATHY MATTEA’s Come From The Heart grabs #1 in Billboard Country on July 1st.•1995 JODI HUISENTRUIT Mason City. Iowa TV news personality disappears on June 27th. •2011 JAKE OWEN’s video Barefoot Blue Jean Night debuts on CMT on June 27th.
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CHUCK DUNAWAY [ex WABC-770, WKY-930, KILT-610, KLIF-1190] (Houston-Katy, TX) Subject: death. Bill Ham, longtime manager of ZZ Top, dies at 79 – Austin Music Source. Click the link for a good article about Bill Ham. (http://music.blog.austin360.com/2016/06/21/bill-ham-manager-of-zz-top-dies-at-79/) Do you still have the record? It was on DOT records. You are right, Bill was one of the nicest people on earth. Always a gentleman. I’ll miss him a lot. Every time I’d drop by for a visit…Bill would call a halt to his day, ask to have a hold on his calls and we’d go to the conference room to visit. Bill dedicated his life to ZZ top. I’m beginning to lose a lot of old and dear friends…Chuck
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JIM MCCURDY [ex KORQ FM DJ, KTAB-TV news anchor] (Austin-Cedar Park, TX) I worked my way through college (McMurry University) in Abilene as an early morning drive time jock and also had the afternoon drive show on a day-timer KNIT-AM/FM. It is now KEAN-AM/FM. I rocked through a lot of tunes in those days with the British invasion, the late 60’s music including Hendrix, Neil Diamond, the 4-seasons and many more. When I’d get off the air and finish my production shift, I’d go to class (taking 18 hours a semester). Pretty grueling hours and work schedule, but persevered and got my degree in 4-years, Double BBA in Marketing and Economics. My wife at the time and I survived on $300 a month…paid for a duplex apt, a 67 Volkswagen bug, our new baby’s formula and college, which left us with a cool $20 to use for a month’s worth of groceries. Lots of peanut butter-jelly and bologna and cheese sandwiches . I was the skinniest I’ve ever been in my life during those ” lean” early years, but made up for the loss in weight in later years :o) It’s been a GREAT ride my friend! Best, Jim
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JAY WALKER [CBS Radio Dallas/KJKK FM/Infinity KTSA-550/KTFM FM/Own Jay Walker Prod/Jay Walker Competitive Audio consultant 40 Plus Years In Radio] (Dallas-McKinney, TX) Subject: On my soapbox. It’s a small world sir. I do a bit of engineering for KTER now KPYK over in Terrell. I worked with the owner Chuck Mohnkern for a number of years at 105.3 in Dallas. Chuck took over running the station after his father passed away. It’s a nice little station, plays big band music and has a nice local feel. Too bad they have to slug it out with XERF but that’s the way it goes…
TRIVIA ANSWER: On June 18, 1948 Columbia Records unveils its new long-playing 33 1/3 RPM phonograph record in New York City.
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NORMAN C. PICKERING (July 9, 1916 – November 18, 2015) I only do what I love to do,
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Reflect From MADELINE l’ Engle: The great artists keep us from frozenness from smugness, from thinking that the truth is in us, rather than in God, in Christ our Lord. They help us to know that we are often closer to God in our doubts than in our certainties, that it is all right to be like the small child who constantly asks: Why? Why?
Restore From Francis Bacon: If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts; but if he will be content to begin with doubts, he shall end on certainties.