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3 thoughts on “1991: The Mountain Comes To Seattle”
I “re-applied” for the all-nighter and began working midnight to 6a at the Mountain. Getting off work from AT&T at 10:30p, jetting up to the Seattle radio studio and even getting in classes at Pierce College in Lakewood a couple days a week. Good times! I moved with AT&T to Mesa, Az landing weekends and fill-in at KOOL FM/Phoenix, continuing studies at University of Phoenix.
In April 1992, Brad Dolbeer was named Music Director at KMTT FM.
1992 – Patrick Harrison becomes Promotions Manager ; Harrison is replaced by Carol Sennstrom in August. In December, KMTT was promoting a cruise for two lucky listeners to Alaska.
They had a great FM radio sound. It was one of my favorites.