Chuck’s Classics, featuring Julie London

Cry Me A River
Julie’s career began in 1944 and she continued to entertain until 1981. Cry Me A River in 1955, is probably the best known hit of hers.
Julie London

Chuck Benson

Chuck Benson – Started his broadcast career in 1960 as a writer at CKYL, Peace River, AB, where in 1965 he won the Gold Leaf Award (now called the Juno) for Top Disc Jockey for Canada. From there, a brief stint at CFRN, Edmonton, AB as Promotions Manager for AM/FM Radio. Then in ’62 helped open CKNL Fort St. John, BC. In ’68 Chuck and two others (Ernie Mushtuk and Ernie Mykyte) started up Yellowhead Broadcasting Ltd out of Edson, AB, eventually ending up with satellites in Grande Cache, Jasper, Whitecourt and Hinton, AB. He sold his interests and moved to Vancouver, ending up with CFVR, Abbotsford as General Sales Manager, then Manager of CHPQ, Parksville, and eventually as a Sales Consultant with CIGV-FM in Penticton. Chuck is retired from broadcasting and living with his wife in Parksville

Published on July 2, 2019 at 9:05 pm by Chuck Benson


July 3, 2019 - 12:48 pm


Hey she was on Emergency and married to Bobby Troupe as wekk.

July 3, 2019 - 2:13 pm

George in Richmond

Nurse Dixie could sure sing. She had a real sultry voice. Perfect for the day when Men were Men and Women were Women.

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