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CKFM, March 14, 1981

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Pat Holiday
CKLW, August 6, 1973

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Hound Dog Lorenz
WBLK, August 4, 1965
(Don Shuttleworth)

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CHUM #1 Songs Montage
1957-86
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Dean Hagopian
CKOY, August 2, 1982
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Tom Shannon
WKBW, July 25, 1961
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Soundathon #14, Pt. 3
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Edition #1010 - Week of October 14, 2018

IRV SMITH, JACK LACY
WINS New York
October 30, 1958

It's a trip back to the dawn of Top 40 radio.

Now an all-news station, WINS New York was a Top 40 outlet in the late '50s until the mid-'60s. The personality-oriented station boasted such talent as Irv Smith, Jack Lacy, Stan Z. Burns, Stan Shaw, Johnny Holiday, Murray the K and for a while, Alan Freed. Here's a half-hour of WINS in mid-morning from nearly 60 years ago. And it's just a coincidence that Issue #1010 matches the WINS dial position of 1010!

Enjoy Irv Smith and Jack Lacy on WINS from October 30, 1958 ... in the Aircheck of the Week.

Thanks to Don Shuttleworth for this great aircheck!


Each week we dig deep into our dusty dungeon of dingy discs for another Blast From The Past!

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