WNSH oldies

Eli Polonsky elipolo@earthlink.net
Wed Sep 29 13:10:09 EDT 2004

> From: "Bob Nelson" <raccoonradio@myway.com>
> Reply-To: raccoonradio@myway.com
> Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2004 11:53:22 -0400 (EDT)
> To: boston-radio-interest@bostonradio.org
> Subject: re: WNSH oldies
> It sounds like WNSH is indeed doing 60s/70s oldies full-time on weekdays, not
> just overnights. They just played King Harvest ("Dancin' in the Moonlight")
> and Brooklyn Bridge ("The Worst That Could Happen"), followed by ads for a
> Peabody-based carpet service, a restaurant in Essex, and so on. Owner Keating
> Willcox probably figured he could attract more advertisers with a broad-based
> 60s/70s pop sound than talk...

Maybe, but it seems like with WBOQ 104.9 going oldies recently, and of
course WODS coming in as if next door, that the North Shore is getting
saturated with oldies on (better sounding) FM.

The satellite service on WESX is now more like "soft oldies" of the
60's and 70's than the Adult Standards that it used to be as well.


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