History of Rock & Roll Gets Make-Over

Wink Martindale
Wink Martindale, in association with Gary Theroux’s Reserve Productions and engineer Peter Gould’s Intervale Group, will revive The History of Rock & Roll with a syndicated program kicking off the weekend of June 5/6. The series originally aired in 1969 with Robert W. Morgan as host of a 48-hour production by KHJ Los Angeles. Gary Theroux revitalized the series after an invitation from programmer Bill Drake in 1978. The new 2-hour weekly series will spotlight topics such as the Best of Folk Rock, Magic of Motown and Super Summer Songs.

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5 thoughts on “History of Rock & Roll Gets Make-Over

  1. In Olympia, 95.3 KGY would be perfect for this. KGY programming includes Ric Dees evenings, MG Kelly’s 70s show on the weekend and all local DJs in other time slots. Oldies format.

    1. KJR-FM ought to air this. Their ratings have been surprisingly good and this could raise them even higher.

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