Last June, I got to watch Maie Pauts receive the Rosalie Tromblay Trailblazer Award. There was a 10 minute video summary of her career along with the tributes and highlights
Richard Noel Marx (born September 16, 1963) is an American adult contemporary and pop rock singer-songwriter. He has sold over 30 million albums worldwide
The first TV soap opera ‘A Woman to Remember’ debuted on the shortlived Dumont network. The 200th episode of “Perry Mason” (starring New Westminster’s Raymond Burr) aired on CBS TV. Neil Diamond’s first TV special aired on NBC-TV. The 200th episode of the hit sitcom ‘The Jeffersons’ was seen on CBS-TV. Montreal’s Leonard Cohen made a rare TV appearance guesting on NBC’s ‘Miami Vice.’ And David Letterman (pictured) returned to his CBS Late Show some five weeks after having emergency quintuple heart bypass surgery, ALL the milestones for Feb. 21st INSIDE.
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Things have been getting pretty tight Financially at this end of Easton Spectator and Puget Sound Radio, meaning, being on a restricted budget and I with much needed upgrades with my equipment, and other costs
"God Only Knows" is a song by American rock band the Beach Boys from their 1966 album Pet Sounds.
It was a Feb. 20th when 8-year-old Ricky Nelson and his older brother David began portraying themselves on ABC Radio’s ‘Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet.’ Until then their roles had been played by actors. When Vancouver’s CHQM AM 1320 dumped its ‘Lite 1320’ format for ‘Memory Music’ from the 1930s to the ’60s. When The Platters made their only appearance on Dick Clark’s ‘American Bandstand.’ When the Dave Clark Five and The Supremes headlined CBS-TV’s Ed Sullivan Show. And when the original host of ABC’s ‘Good Morning America,’ David Hartman (pictured) left the daily program. ALL the milestones for Feb. 20th INSIDE.
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Luigi Alfredo Giovanni Sacco (born February 19, 1943), known professionally by his stage name Lou Christie, is an American pop and soft rock singer-songwriter known for several hits in the 1960s, including his 1966 US chart-topper "Lightnin' Strikes" and 1969 UK number-two "I'm Gonna Make You Mine"
It’s the date the late iconic voice of the Seattle Mariners, Dave Niehaus was born. Sammy Davis Jr. kissed the biggotted Archie Bunker to great hilarity on CBS-TV’s ‘All in the Family’ (pictured). Dick Clark staged the first “American Music Awards” on ABC TV. The Four Tops, Pat Boone and Pearl Bailey headlined ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ on CBS-TV. Toronto radio station CFRB was officially launched. And Calgary was introduced to radio station Q-107 as CKIK-FM switched to Classic Hits. ALL the milestones for Feb. 19th INSIDE.
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Although his mainstream career spanned only four years, he is widely regarded as the greatest and one of the most influential electric guitarists in the history of popular music, and one of the most celebrated musicians of the 20th century
Canadian-born movie star Glenn Ford was the subject of NBC-TV’s ‘This is Your Life.’ The Everly Brothers sang their latest hit. ‘Cryin’ in the Rain’ on CBS-TV’s Ed Sullivan Show. Career broadcasters Harvey Kirck and Harry Caray died, while Gordon Lightfoot was falsely reported to have died. A US religious group cancelled Pat Boone’s weekly gospel music show after he appeared in black leather and fake tattoos on the American Music Awards show. And the mini-series ‘Roots: the Next Generation’ began its 7-night run on ABC-TV. ALL the milestones for Feb. 18th INSIDE.
Steve Goldstein is back after a nearly three year absence from the show to talk about video and podcasting.
Aerosmith is an American rock band formed in Boston in 1970. The group consists of Steven Tyler (vocals), Joe Perry (guitar), Tom Hamilton (bass), Joey Kramer (drums), and Brad Whitford (guitar)
Johnny Cash was Ralph Edwards’ surprised guest of honor on NBC-TV’s ‘This Is Your Life’ (pictured). After five years on Minnesota radio only, Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion” was first broadcast nationally on NPR. Aerosmith were the musical guests on NBC-TV’s Saturday Night Live. An L.A. radio station played two unreleased Rolling Stone songs non-stop for 48 hours. And FOX-TV attracted 40 million viewers for its finale of the reality series ‘Joe Millionaire.’ ALL the milestones for Feb. 17th INSIDE.
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George Soros has acquired a 40% stake in Audacy, America’s second-largest radio network that broadcasts over 220 stations across the country
John Francis Bongiovi Jr. (born March 2, 1962), known professionally as Jon Bon Jovi, is an American singer, songwriter, guitarist, and actor
It was Feb. 16th when Foster Hewitt broadcast his very first hockey play-by-play, Toronto Argonauts vs. the Kitchener Greenshirts, over the Toronto Star’s pioneer radio station CFCA. When Vancouver’s (predecessor to CBU Radio) CRCV increased power from 500 to 5,000 watts, and moved into new studios in the new Hotel Vancouver. When for the first time host John Daly presided over an early CBS TV Sunday night institution, ‘What’s My Line?’ It lasted 17 years! And when during a week co-hosting syndicated TV’s ‘Mike Douglas Show,’ John Lennon sang two duets with his hero, Chuck Berry. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.
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Dylan Willows — the popular radio host of the morning show at the Zone — announced his decision to step down in an emotional on-air announcement this morning, telling listeners about his recent cancer diagnosis.
Several top executives from BCE and Bell Canada have been invited to testify at the House of Commons later this month over its decision to cut about nine per cent of its workforce this year.
The Eagles were one of the most successful musical acts of the 1970s in North America and are one of the world's best-selling bands, having sold more than 200 million records worldwide, including 100 million sold in the US alone
On this date ‘My True Story’ began its daily, almost 19-year run on ABC Radio. “The Dick Clark Saturday Night Beechnut Show,” a musical variety half-hour, debuted on ABC-TV. Vancouver’s CFBT-FM (The Beat, now Virgin Radio)) first began testing its transmitter on 94.5 KHz. The ‘Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special’ aired on NBC-TV. And one of the stars of the CBS- TV sitcom M*A*S*H, McLean Stevenson (pictured), suffered a fatal heart attack at age 68. ALL the milestones for Feb. 15th INSIDE.
Tucker Carlson On X: Episode 74 – J.D. Vance On $60 Billion For Ukraine
Some backgrounder to the crisis, and which companies are hoping to pick up pieces of the pie.
Simon & Garfunkel were an American folk rock duo consisting of singer-songwriter Paul Simon and singer Art Garfunkel
It’s the date that Vancouver’s CKMO AM 1410 became C-FUN, under new ownership. The US first lady, Jacqueliine Kennedy gave a televised tour of the White House to both CBS and NBC. CBS news anchor Walter Cronkite, the ‘most trusted man in America,’ announced his retirement. The musical special, ‘Barbra Streisalnd: Timeless’ aired in prime time on FOX. John and Yoko were in Philadelphia to begin a week co-hosting “The Mike Douglas Show.” And music legend Frank Zappa appeared on NBC-TV’s “Miami Vice” playing the head of a drug ring. ALL the milestones for Feb 14th INSIDE.