Yesterday’s Memories with Ed and Bill
Oldies the way they are supposed to be! The best of the 50s-early 70s. Every Saturday Night from 6pm to Midnight. Join them as they play all your favorite oldies. Visit their website, www.realoldies.com
Ron Dwyer is a walking encyclopedia of Boston area music information! We mention Boston area because, having grown up on the North Shore, Ron knows the music that was popular here; music popularity is regional. Since he can remember (and before, he’s been told) Ron has loved music! When he was in the 8th grade, his best friend was a 10th grader and the two boys would finish their homework and then produce a mock radio show in his attic, complete with news feeds. His friend is still on radio, too. <<Click here for more>>
Ted McCaw started collecting records when he was 2 years old. He still has his first 45 – “The Sparrow in the Tree Top” by Guy Mitchell. The love of music is in his family; his Dad was a professional drummer for the Jimmy Dorsey orchestra, his mom played the sax and Ted has always played the organ. Ted Passed Away Recently and WATD Would Like to Honor His Life. <<Click here for more>>
When Kevin Boles was 7 years old his mother gave him her old High School stereo system. It was this stereo that established his passion for record albums. Relatives and friends of the family started giving him all their old record albums and 45s. Kevin was in his glory! His favorite album was American Graffiti which introduced his to 50’s music and Kevin has been hooked ever since. <<Click here for more>>
A professional disk jockey by trade, David lives in Hanover and says, “if you have a dream in life, stand up and make it happen.” Wolfson’s business, “DJ Wolfson On The Go,” services parties and other special events. You can call David for your next part or special events. He is available at (781) 738-6940. <<Click here for more>>
Radio the way it was and the way that it should be.” Music Heaven is on with your host of over 8 years Bill Clark. Bill is at the mic and his Angel is on the phones. Taking one of the 35 plus average call’s received on Sunday Nights. Taking a trip down memory lane playing the sounds of Rhythm & Blues, Rock & Roll and Doo-Wop of the 50′s and early 60′s.