Like the old times at WBLM

Stanley Muncherian
Sat Oct 22 22:07:58 EDT 2005

Steve Hoad is now a housing advocate with Coastal
Enterprises, Inc. in Windsor, Maine.


--- Daniel Billings <> wrote:

> Yesterday afternoon I tuned in to WBLM and they were
> playing "Panama Red" by 
> the New Riders of the Purple Sage.  Near the end of
> the song, it skipped. 
> They were playing the song from vinyl.
> When the jock game on, he explained that he was
> playing an instant request 
> and that he had to dig out the album because they
> only had it on vinyl.  He 
> then went on to mention that the album had a Braille
> sticker on the front 
> because the first dj at WBLM was Steve Hoad, who is
> blind.
> It was nice to here a reference to a station's
> history on the radio.  It was 
> also nice to hear the name of an old friend.  I work
> for Steve when he was 
> PD at WAYU in Lewiston in 1986.
> -- Dan Billings, Bowdoinham, Maine

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