It's the birthdate of The Waltons' Earl Hamner Jr., and TV stars Fred Gwynne, David Brinkley, and Mr. Wizard Don Herbert. Victoria's CJVI Radio dropped talk and returned to playing music. Elvis recorded "Viva Las Vegas," Paul Anka's first hit "Diana" and The Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" were first heard on radio. "Your Hit Parade" debuted on NBC-TV, "The Man Called X" premiered on CBS radio, and pioneering rock deejay Alan Freed left Cleveland for WINS New York. Obits for July 10th include Jelly Roll Morton, Arthur Fiedler, John Hammond and Mel Blanc. See all the milestones for the date INSIDE.
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The two Hubbard Radio properties swapped places in the June 2014 Seattle-Tacoma PPM. Soft AC Warm KRWM-FM 106.9 moved up to first spot with a 6.3 share, while CHR MOViN KQMV-FM 92.5 dropped to second with 5.9. AC Spirit KCMS-FM 105.3 came in third with a 4.8 market share.
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Actors Tom Hanks, Jimmy Smits, Vincent Edwards and Brian Dennehy were born this date, along with Courtney Love, Ed Ames and John Tesh. The Grateful Dead gave their last concert in Chicago, Crosby Stills and Nash began their reunion tour, Dick Clark took over as host of Philadelphia TV's "Bandstand," and Jim Morrison was buried. Signing off forever were CBS correspondent Eric Sevareid, actor Rod Steiger and actress Isabel Sanford of TV's "The Jeffersons." See all the July 9th milestones INSIDE.
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It's the day singers Steve Lawrence, Bill Eckstine, Toby Keith and Raffi took their first breaths. Elvis's "(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear," and Nat Cole's "Mona Lisa' were #1, Hank Ballard recorded "The Twist" and the Everly Brothers waxed "Lucille." Taking their very final bows were actors Ernest Borgnine, Howard Duff and June Allyson, and comedian Phil Foster. See all the milestones for July 8th INSIDE.
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