Rock And Role Model (Ep. 059)
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During the Rock and Roll era six disc jockeys, the WMCA Good Guys ruled the New York City airwaves. They combined hipness with New York grit. They got what it was like to be a teenager. And, unlike DJs at other stations, they were a team. They went to events together, hosted concerts together, they even sang on the air together. In Episode 59, Out Of My Mind podcast host Jay Douglas tells the story of the person behind their success — a person totally out of time and place for the 1960s.
Read Jay’s blog post at The Out Of My Mind Blog. And don’t miss the Mind Doodle at the end of the post for a story about my appearance on WMCA with one of the Good Guys. Sort of.
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