Who brought you to WBZ?

Paul Currier pbencurrier@hotmail.com
Fri Jan 6 18:26:27 EST 2012

Bill Marlowe.

On 1/1/2012 6:01 PM, Don wrote:
> I was listening to the Steve Leveille / Scott Fybush interview on the 
> occaision of WBZ's 90th anniversary.  One of the questions was.....who 
> (what personality/program) brought you to WBZ?
> Myself, as a kid discovering some stations on FM...I found "Rockin' 
> Stereo 106.7 WBZ-FM".  Lots of great songs for a teenager with no 
> commericals!
> They used to join the AM station for the top of the hour news, (a 
> tune-out for a teenager!), yet there were times when I would be 
> cleaning my room or something an left it on through the newscast.  
> Quite often, WBZ-FM would fail to split off from the AM simulcast for 
> the news...and would continue to air the programming from AM.
> It wasn't long before my curiosity got me tuning into WBZ AM....and 
> hearing Dave Maynard doing middays, Test the Teams, Don Batting, 
> Maurice Lewis doing news, etc.  (Was never a fan of Carl....)
> When I got my drivers licence, most cars only ahd an AM radio.....and 
> when WRKO was into news or spots, and WLLH was doing soemthing I 
> didn't care for...I would scan the dial...and found Bruce Bradley and 
> his wit.  Thius guy was a riot without even trying!  (I cracked up 
> when he referred to "Honey Lips Bob Raleigh" or Bruce Schweogler as 
> "Schweggy-poo"!)
> Later in my teenage years, I started discovering "The World of Guy 
> Manilla" and on Sunday Nights Lovelle Dyett.  Both interesting 
> individuals....who gave me some interest in talkradio.
> I will say that when I had other friends my age in my car, they hated 
> my selections....  ;-)
> Who brought you to WBZ?

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