Talent: GRAHAM LANE
Station: CHNS Halifax
Date: April 1, 1974
Time: 57:02 (unscoped)
"The Music Sounds Best on CHNS"
Nova Scotia's oldest radio station, CHNS was one of two leading Top 40 stations in Halifax during the '60s and '70s (the other was CJCH).
Graham Lane was CHNS's midday jock in the spring of 1974.
Enjoy Graham Lane on CHNS (UNSCOPED) here.
on CHNS (SCOPED) here.
(The Scott Snailham Collection)
More 1974 airchecks here!
Talent: BOB SHERWIN & TERRY OTT
Station: CHML Hamilton
Date: October 29, 2005
Pete Best is the forgotten Beatle.
With the Liverpool group about to become the biggest band in history, Best got kicked out of the foursome and was replaced on the drums by Ringo Starr. It was August 1962, and two months later the Beatles had their biggest hit to date - "Love Me Do." The rest as they say is history. The Beatles went on to rule the music world and Best was left to pursue a solo career in relative obscurity. Close, But No Cigar.
In this interview with CHML morning man Bob Sherwin and guest Beatle expert Terry Ott, Best talks about his career and what might have been.
Pete Best interview
(The Terry Ott Collection)
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