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96FM Bob Stuart and Murray Dickson

96FM Bob Stuart and Murray Dickson

Bob Stuart and news from Murray Dickson  I suspect it is from late 1981 when Bob was on breakfast and 96FM only played one 60sec commercial in a break.  We went to traditional cluster spots on Jan 1 1982.

Thanks to Michael Dalton for this pearler, btw this is part one 2.77MB

special significance owing to the events of this week, looks like we’ve lost another Australian Rock Radio  Icon as KIIS explodes across this wide brown land, sorry if that brings on connotations, damn fine radio station is 96FM96FM Sky

 

4BC Phil Moroney and Gary Suprain 1973 On record

4BC Phil Moroney and Gary Suprain 1973 On record

Thanks to “The Legend” (tagged as Andrews Legends on the mic) himself for these 4BC scoped airchecks, John Brennan also does a liner for the show, well actually it’s Phil, but it will get you too for a second, enjoy “On Record” showcasing the events and music of 1973.

As this was a large file  here’s part one weighing in at 5.26MB

Btw, who else recalls Gary Suprain as the 3XY guy and the guy who set up Darwins First FM Rock station HOT 100 4BC 74 colour copy

3DB 78 Dennis Scanlan-Tom Waits

3DB 78 Dennis Scanlan-Tom Waits

Another contribution here from Anonymous who says “Dennis Scanlan was a popular daytime jock on DB-Music through the 70s and 80s. This includes an “interesting” interview with Tom Waits. It’s shortened because the tape ran out, but I think you get his drift anyway.”

DB Music sticker 70s copy

EON FM Steve Chandler 1987 Scoped 001

EON FM Steve Chandler 1987 Scoped 001

This aircheck from Marc Mc Creadie must have been recorded after the Rod Muir addition which not long after had EON change to the Triple M branding, note the new “Triple Your Music” imaging, and the Frequency in the ID dropped to just EON FM, Steve Chandler, sounds like David White, compliment I would think as he was another top jock and News professional from the original House of M’s eraEON logo 1990 copy

5 EFM Ian Wright Sunday Rock 2003

5 EFM Ian Wright Sunday Rock 2003

It was back in 2003 when ” The Wright Guy” needed to fulfill his desire to play classic rock music on a Sunday Afternoon, so he got a gig on his local community FM radio station and the rest is history, he now runs part of his local AM/FM radio station where he lives in SA.

With the Adelaide radio scene going through some change right now,it’s great to see Classic Rock music back on the menu, Neil Young quote, “Rock and Roll, will NEVER DIE” there is even new blood in the live music scene

Ian Wright