Chuck’s Classics, featuring Kim Carnes


Bette Davis Eyes
Bette Davis Eyes in 1981 was voted the best song for the year. It stayed on the charts for nine weeks.

Kim Carnes

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


  1. If you get Sherman to fire up the way back machine to the early eighties you will hear this song almost every day. Where might you ask? Frosty was obsessed with this tune and he played it at least twice a week. That was before NW went all talk. Frosty would spin a platter every day.

  2. Hey 13, do you remember when Rick Honey and Doc Harris would come on NW and play a tune? ‘Its time for another one in a row’. I think NW still plays one or two in a row, but its just on Christmas day.

  3. Banter between Frosty and Neil Mcrea, Jen Thompson and anyone that wanted to test Frostys ability to ad-lib made h is show great listening. The rock jocks Doc Harris and Honey were also great listening. My all time favorite rock DJ was JB Shayne aka Captain Midnight.


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