SPRING 2009's OLD SCHOOL VIDEO SPECIAL!
Each quarter you'll have the chance to
purchase a great California Aircheck Video Aircheck tape from the past at a
heavily discounted price!
This spring, Video #7 from
1986 with some great personality radio!
Look right into the studios of America's top
radio stations and see the country's best personalities on the air as they do their shows!
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- VIDEO #7
video from coast to coast! 2 hrs., 1986
- KPKE/Denver-Stephen B. & The Hawk
- KRBE/Houston-Paul Christy & Ted Carson
- KIMN/Denver-Paxton Mills
- KKUA/Honolulu-Kelly Randall & Dan Cooke
- KSON-FM/San Diego-J.J. Jackson
Video #7 really features some radio history.
Sadly, Steven B. Williams and Don Hawkins (Steven B. & The Hawk) have
both passed away; Steven B. in 2006, Don Hawkins in 1994. They were a very
under-rated morning show (not all that well-known in other parts of the
country) - they were HUGE in Denver in the 80's. They did an incredible show
for us this AM; just loaded with bits. Included were bits on the Geraldo
Rivera Al Capone Vault debacle from the night before, "The Rev",
Hiney Wine, Ferdinand Marcos, and more. This was an amazing show!
KRBE's Paul Christy is better known as Eric Chase from his days at KFRC, KFI,
K-100, etc. These are a couple of wise-asses that do a great morning show
with topical material.
Paxton Mills and Scott Cordelyou do another hot Denver morning show in the
late days of legendary KIMN AM 95. More dumping on Geraldo on the morning
after. Paxton also searches for the KIMN Secretary of the Year. Sadly,
Paxton passed away in 2001. After KIMN's end in 1988, he did mornings at
KMGI, KOSI and KXKL in Denver.
Also gone is Wili Moku, who passed away in 2004. He did afternoons at KQMQ
for years and had a huge following in Hololulu.
Kelly Randall and Dan Cooke were holding off FM radio for 69 KKUA back in
1986. They had a HUGE morning show - Dan Cooke did dozens of characters for
the show and these guys were hilarious! In the 90's Dan Cooke was a nightly
TV news anchor for KNHL and was very successful in TV news.
In the heyday of KPOI-FM Honolulu (98 Rock) we had the Rabbett morning show
from this legendary FM station.
Bill Lee was doing PM drive at KPKE/Denver in 1986 but he had returned to
KFRC/San Francisco in Feb. 1986 for their 20th Anniversary DJ Reunion. This
is part Two of Lee's appearance on KFRC and he does an incredible job as
usual. Bill is still one of the country's Top Air Personalities at WCBS-FM/New
York in PM Drive today.
J.J. Jackson was huge in Atlanta at WQXI before joining KSON/San Diego for
the AM Drive shift. This was J.J.'s one jump into Country radio and he did a
very contemporary personality morning show for KSON. He later returned to
Atlanta at WFOX and these days does mornings in Louisville.
This DVD of VIDEO #7 is an amazing look at radio across the country in 1986;
back to the day when radio stations played music and spots off carts, used
reel-to-reel decks for phone calls and had paper music and commercial logs.
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