Our look back at the
history of Chicago Radio.
C'mon in and cool off with a look at our latest "exhibits."
Summertime is funtime and radio goes into "high gear!"
WJTW-FM/Joliet "Lucky 93.5" was very busy
in July 1995 with the "Lunchtime Salute Sheet." You can visit
Rob Martini's website at www.Rob.Martini.org.
"COME ON AND TAKE A FREE RIDE!"
Brand new WRCK-FM (94.7) tried to play on the sympathies of downtown Chicago
commuters during the summer of 1980. It's too bad the Wendella didn't have the
station playing on board! They would have heard Bob Sirott doing mornings. Ooops!
Before we gorged our faces on endless corn-on-the-cobs, beef sandwiches and cheesecake
The WMET Street Guide Calendar from 1981.
WLS-FM encouraged you to "rub it and win" with discounts from County Seat, M&R Drive-In's and Sound Warehouse stores. Plus a "WLS Daily Winner" was posted at the FM 95 booth on the ChicagoFest midway.
Before Mancow Muller, Wendy & Bill and even "Murphy In The Morning," some
character named Mountain Man Walker and Q-101 welcomed the crowds to
ChicagoFest. By the way, it's not "Danger" Dan Walker who teamed up
with the Murph. Wonder how many of those snazzy Alliances are still on the road...
in working order? Man Mountain? Chicago? Go figure