Memories of John Garabedian and V-66...

Kevin Vahey
Mon Jun 18 15:58:29 EDT 2007

On 6/18/07, Steve Ordinetz <> wrote:
> WBZ dropped Top 40 in early 1968 as a reaction to WRKO's success.  John
> Garabedian had nothing to do with it.

I still think the total switch was around 1971.

Larry Justice was still trying to follow in the footsteps pf Bradley
from 6 to 10 in 1969 but in September of that year Calling All Sports
showed up.

Now granted they decided to go all talk in late 69 with both the
arrival of Williams and Glick but the music playlist during the day
still slanted Top 40.

link to the WBZ lineups

I know by 1971 I couldn't listen to them in the day because it was
more Sinatra than Beatles

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