He was "Mc Dougall in the Morning" at WTRY from 1980-85, and Sky Stewart at WFEA. Jim Nettleton's body of work includes gigs at WFIL and WABC - and while at WABC, he voice tracked at WCAU-FM.Besides Nettleton who is always sounds professional and smooth, this station was TIGHT.() Jim's Halloween shows were always a lot of fun, and this one is no exception.It features lots of sound effects and novelty records - in other words, it differed from that average, everyday format that WACKY 102 did!The ET's for the spots were seriously scratchy, too.But, it's the "Gay, gay Phil Christy Show" and it's obvious Christy has a pleasantly dry sense of humor.Fox doesn't disappoint as a jock (and for that matter as a meteorologist either!) Aircheck was contributed by Famous Amos WCBS-FM New York 2008.
My thanks to Rich Bosse, who prides himself in the audio quality of his airchecks.Download this aircheck as an mp3 file by RIGHT CLICKING HERE. () For the last 25 years, Fox has been meteorologist at WTNH-TV New Haven, but back in the late 70's, he was jocking at WPEN in Philadelphia.WPEN was a significant force in those days, known as great sounding adult contemporary station.You never knew what to expect from him - on this aircheck he brakes into an impression of Jack Benny, and apologizes for remarks he made about the Beatles. Thanks to Boston Radio Jingles 1955-1974 (Part 1: ) (Part 2: ) Here is just about every Boston stations jingle you can remember (or not remember.) WBZ, WHDH, and WMEX are featured in the first part.For me, moments like those made him a joy to listen to. The second part features more 'BZ, WRKO-FM, WMEX and WROR. "WMEX plays hit number 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1-1-1-1..." - very cool! Throughout the years, Mc Dougall used several names. () We love getting airchecks from the great state of PA!