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J. MICHAEL WILSON
(Contributor: Tom Howard)
J. Michael Wilson was going places in the summer of 1968.
After two years at Keener 13, WKNR, Wilson and his sidekick Rodney the Rodent were headed to one of North America's biggest radio stations, CHUM. This would be one of the highlights of a 32-year career in radio for Wilson, who also jocked at such biggies as WMEX, KOMA, WGR, CKFH and and WRC.
Enjoy J. Michael Wilson on WKNR from July 1968 (UNSCOPED) ... in the Aircheck
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