Boom Boom Brannigan passes on
Thu Oct 28 08:19:55 EDT 2010
I remember hearing some startling stuff on WGY around that time, too.
It was a long way from being a rock station, but it seemed Brown was
trying to move it in a somewhat more contemporary direction, probably
to enable it to remain competitive. -Doug
Quoting Rick Kelly <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 11:08 PM, Dave Doherty <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Could be. I don't know where he was before WGY. He was about
> 30-35 in 1970
> > and had a six to eight year old daughter at the time.
> I remember Don Brown as PD at WGY... he really started playing more
> current music, and Bill Edwardson was very upset and left. I recalled
> hearing Blood, Sweat and Tears on WGY at that time - and that was a
> real mind blower. A friend of mine claimed to hear "Signs" by the 5
> Man Electrical Band on the station during Brown's regime, but I can't
> see that being true.
> -Rick Kelly
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