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RE: Globe on John Garabedian

John was at MEX circa 71 about the same time Dick Summer was there. I 
remember 71 as I was stuck in traffic for first Pats game in Foxboro and 
was with a gal named Wendy who was MEX music director and followed JHG 
to GTR

On Fri, 31 Jan 2003 6:24PM -0500, dan.strassberg@att.net wrote:
> I don't remember Garabedian at WMEX, but everyone else who is old 
> enough to
> have heard him there seems to remember him. When was he at WMEX and 
> what name
> did he use? A great many of the air staff at WMEX used house names. I 
> gather
> that Garabedian wasn't one of them.
> I've heard that he started in radio at WESO in Southbridge and that it 
> was
> either there or at WORC that he was Johnny Gardner. He also worked at 
> WPTR, and
> I wouldn't be surprised if he got the idea for the WGTR calls from 
> WPTR. So can
> anyone put together a reasonable facsimile of his resume?
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>>  > Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 19:17:16 -0500
>>  > From: SteveOrdinetz <steveord@bit-net.com>
>>  > Subject: Re: Globe on John Garabedian
>>  >
>>  > The article mentioned him as having made his name at WBCN. When was
>>  > this? Never knew he'd worked there.
>>  I seem to recall him on 'BCN in the early 70's, I think he was just a
>>  weekender. Far from "making his name" there, he wasn't full-time.
>>  It may have been around or just after his stint at WMEX, and before 
>> he
>>  started WGTR 1060 AM in Natick.