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GROOVELINE

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DARK SIDE OF THE MOON

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DARK SIDE OF THE MOON

This two hour show started out twelve years ago as a 6 month trial and is now heard weekly on stations worldwide Chat is kept to a minimum as music is the key in this show. Initially I thought it would run for a few years yet it is now the show most people ask for. Songs can run over ten minutes on this programme where we can stretch things out, and with the ‘sloppy bit in the middle’ and the intro quiz at the end of the show the time just flies by. I not only play the famous tracks by the likes of Genesis, Pink Floyd and The Moody Blues, but the lesser known bands such as Wishbone Ash, The Strawbs and The Allman Brothers Band.

2:00 am

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ROCK’S ROCK THEME

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THE RAY KING VARIETY SHOW

Ray Glasser was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1947, and has had a life full of media interests. Ray was first on the radio in the summer of 1960 on WMFH, a small student-run station in his hometown of Mayfield Heights, Ohio. Even though the "gig" lasted only 5 months, the love of radio crept into Ray's blood and never left. In the summer of 1963 Ray got his first tape recorder, a Webcor reel-to-reel, and began recording disc jockeys and music off AM radio....something he continued doing until the late 70s. In 1970, while attending Ohio State University, Ray had 3 part-time oldies shows on various campus stations, taking the name "Ray King", and has kept that stage name throughout his life. Ray also worked at the long-gone Derby Hall Radio Lab, engineering and producing radio shows for students' assignments from their broadcasting classes. Through the 60s and 70s, Ray kept on recording music from Top 40 radio stations in Cleveland, parts of Texas, and Baltimore, MD., on reel-to-reel tapes. Ray has also amassed a huge collection of radio air checks and jingles throughout the years. In 1976 Ray discovered the Sony Betamax, and began a 40-year obsession with home video, building one of the largest Betamax video libraries in Ohio (over 2500 tapes), and was active in trading videos with friends, organizing video conventions, videotaping weddings and other social events, and sharing a lot of these on YouTube and social media in the 2000s. In 1980 Ray married a lovely Japanese woman, Michiko, who was the love of his life and enjoyed his video hobby with him. For a while, Ray was trading tapes with a gentleman in Japan, and was receiving tapes off Japanese TV for his wife to enjoy. Unfortunately, Michiko passed away in 2012 from cancer, after a long, full life. During the 1980s and 90s, Ray attended many of the Consumer Electronic shows in both Chicago and Las Vegas, enjoying the new video equipment releases that were displayed there. Ray has also published an extensive website devoted to the Betamax video format, at Betainofguide.net. Ray's interests have been mentioned in a number of publications, notably "Cleveland Radio Tales" (2017; ISBN 978-1-938441-90-5), and "From Betamax to Blockbuster" (2008; ISBN-13: 978-0262072908), as well as various video documentaries, including "Magnetic Highway" (parts 1 [ASIN: B07NN2TY4G] and 2). Although Ray studied TV and radio in college, and dreamed of being in broadcasting, he never seriously pursued it (due to the volatile and unstable nature of the business), so he worked in restaurants most of his working life, finally retiring in 2016. Ray continues to collect movies on DVD and BluRay and still does two radio shows: on an internet stream (WIXY1260Online.com, an online re-creation of Cleveland Top 40 powerhouse WIXY 1260), as well as a weekly show on John Carroll University's WJCU, playing oldies on Saturday afternoons on Rockin' Ray's Record Recall. Ray refuses to be bored! Here’s the link to the Record Recall Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/recordrecallwjcu Here’s the link to the Variety Show Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/532807738833911 And here’s a blurb about the show: A one-hour weekly radio show, spotlighting pop music from the 1950s thru the 1970s, with a different theme every week! You'll hear shows spotlighting one-hit wonders, instrumental hits, boy groups, girl groups, British Invasion, long versions, and so much more!!!

5:00 am

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BACK TO THE 70’S

M.G. Kelly began his radio career in 1970 while still a junior in high school. His first station was KTEN in Ada Oklahoma. There, Kelly played song dedications to schoolmates. A year later, He was hired by KOMA in Oklahoma City. While at KOMA, he came to the attention of radio mogul Lee Abrams who brought him to Cleveland in late 1972 for afternoon drive at WGCL-FM. The following year, radio consultant Kent Burkart presented Kelly to KSTP-FM in Minneapolis, as M.G. became part of the team that drove the 16th ranked station to number 2 in just 100 days. This dramatic ratings increase caught the attention of RKO Radio and 21-year-old Kelly was shooting straight to the legendary 93 KHJ in Los Angeles. Two years later, while still at KHJ, Kelly began studying acting and soon landed a role as the venomous D.J., "Bebe Jesus", co-starring with Barbara Streisand and Kris Kristofferson in the 1976 film, A Star is Born. Next came a departure from the typecasting when Clint Eastwood tagged him as the Priest, "Father John Voss" in The Enforcer. Within a three year period, Kelly proceeded to act in eight more feature films including The Buddy Holly Story and The Fifth Floor. He also was cast in nearly 50 guest star roles on prime time television. Kelly continued to keep his radio work alive as he departed KHJ in late 1977 and joined KTNQ. During a press party to promote his arrival, he hit the stage with a real Thompson Sub Machine Gun loaded with a hundred rounds of blanks. When The Real Don Steele introduced him, Kelly unloaded the gun over the heads of the 400 invited guests. Radio and Records magazine had a field day with this stunt. In 1978, during his time at KTNQ, Kelly was chosen as Billboard Magazine's "National Radio Personality of the Year." He went on to enjoy a successful voice-over career landing hundreds of national ads, movies trailers and network promos. Kelly also continued his acting, adding more episodic television shows to his previous resume including, WKRP in Cincinnati, CHIPs, Knots Landing, Hill Street Blues, Too Close For Comfort, Mork and Mindy, Happy Days and M*A*S*H and many more. In 1980, M.G. Kelly hosted a weekly syndicated television series entitled, The Rock Show. This "music video program" was broadcast throughout the U.S. and Europe - prior to the launch of MTV. By 1984, CBS convinced Kelly to move to New York City and join CBS Radio. There, he produced weekly syndicated programming for the network including, "Dan Ingram's Top 40 Count Up" and Kelly's own introduction to national radio, Top 30 USA. After a couple of winters in The Big Apple, Kelly relocated his production and hosting duties for CBS back in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Kelly signed with Merv Griffin Productions for over 200 episodes as the announcer for Wheel of Fortune. At the same time the wheel was turning, M.G. Kelly added afternoon fire power to KIIS-FM Los Angeles. In 1986, Kelly created his second radio project for syndication called "Live from The '60s". To host the program Kelly approached his biggest radio idol The Real Don Steele. Between 1987 and 1993, Live From The '60s was heard on over 200 radio stations. With Kelly writing and producing the series while Steele hosted, "Live from the '60s" won for "Best Syndicated Show" of 1988. By 1989, a new oldies station in L.A. was rounding up the Boss Jocks. The Real Don Steele signed on and Kelly left KIIS-FM to join Steele, along with Charlie Tuna, Humble Havre and Rich Fields. It was a familiar dial position, "93", but this time it was FM, KODJ. In 1990, Kelly formed a seven piece rock band called M.G. Kelly and The G-Men. The group featured Kelly on drums doing his radio shtick live. They opened for dozens of top acts including Chuck Berry, Three Dog Night, Tommy James, Johnny Rivers and The Beach Boys. Kelly and The G-Men played numerous times at The Universal Amphitheater, Pacific Amphitheater and The Los Angeles Coliseum. In 1992, Kelly and Charlie Tuna teamed to co-host the syndicated radio program, Your Good Time Oldies Magazine. While continuing this national show, M.G. Departed KCBS FM in 1993 and headed to KOOL FM in Phoenix. There he drove the afternoon ratings from a 2 to a 6 share in just nine months. M.G Kelly continued performing live with his band The G-Men and also recorded an album with proceeds from sales going to charity. In 1995, Kelly left the States for England where he and his wife guest hosted on Capitol Gold, London as "M.G. and Molly". Over the next four years they were also heard on KBGO FM, Las Vegas, and MIX 96 in Alberta, Canada. In 1998, Kelly was inducted into The Nevada Broadcaster's Hall of Fame. The same year his work from KHJ was introduced at The Museum of Television and Radio in Los Angeles. Since 1998, Kelly produces and hosts what many in the radio industry call "the best works of his career." His syndicated programs include American Hit List, The Amazing '80s, Back to the '70s, Classic Hit List and Your '90s Rewind. Kelly's syndicated shows continue to be heard on radio stations in America and around the world. Get those requests in at requestasong@usa.com

6:00 am

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LIVE FROM THE 60’S

M.G. Kelly began his radio career in 1970 while still a junior in high school. His first station was KTEN in Ada Oklahoma. There, Kelly played song dedications to schoolmates. A year later, He was hired by KOMA in Oklahoma City. While at KOMA, he came to the attention of radio mogul Lee Abrams who brought him to Cleveland in late 1972 for afternoon drive at WGCL-FM. The following year, radio consultant Kent Burkart presented Kelly to KSTP-FM in Minneapolis, as M.G. became part of the team that drove the 16th ranked station to number 2 in just 100 days. This dramatic ratings increase caught the attention of RKO Radio and 21-year-old Kelly was shooting straight to the legendary 93 KHJ in Los Angeles. Two years later, while still at KHJ, Kelly began studying acting and soon landed a role as the venomous D.J., "Bebe Jesus", co-starring with Barbara Streisand and Kris Kristofferson in the 1976 film, A Star is Born. Next came a departure from the typecasting when Clint Eastwood tagged him as the Priest, "Father John Voss" in The Enforcer. Within a three year period, Kelly proceeded to act in eight more feature films including The Buddy Holly Story and The Fifth Floor. He also was cast in nearly 50 guest star roles on prime time television. Kelly continued to keep his radio work alive as he departed KHJ in late 1977 and joined KTNQ. During a press party to promote his arrival, he hit the stage with a real Thompson Sub Machine Gun loaded with a hundred rounds of blanks. When The Real Don Steele introduced him, Kelly unloaded the gun over the heads of the 400 invited guests. Radio and Records magazine had a field day with this stunt. In 1978, during his time at KTNQ, Kelly was chosen as Billboard Magazine's "National Radio Personality of the Year." He went on to enjoy a successful voice-over career landing hundreds of national ads, movies trailers and network promos. Kelly also continued his acting, adding more episodic television shows to his previous resume including, WKRP in Cincinnati, CHIPs, Knots Landing, Hill Street Blues, Too Close For Comfort, Mork and Mindy, Happy Days and M*A*S*H and many more. In 1980, M.G. Kelly hosted a weekly syndicated television series entitled, The Rock Show. This "music video program" was broadcast throughout the U.S. and Europe - prior to the launch of MTV. By 1984, CBS convinced Kelly to move to New York City and join CBS Radio. There, he produced weekly syndicated programming for the network including, "Dan Ingram's Top 40 Count Up" and Kelly's own introduction to national radio, Top 30 USA. After a couple of winters in The Big Apple, Kelly relocated his production and hosting duties for CBS back in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Kelly signed with Merv Griffin Productions for over 200 episodes as the announcer for Wheel of Fortune. At the same time the wheel was turning, M.G. Kelly added afternoon fire power to KIIS-FM Los Angeles. In 1986, Kelly created his second radio project for syndication called "Live from The '60s". To host the program Kelly approached his biggest radio idol The Real Don Steele. Between 1987 and 1993, Live From The '60s was heard on over 200 radio stations. With Kelly writing and producing the series while Steele hosted, "Live from the '60s" won for "Best Syndicated Show" of 1988. By 1989, a new oldies station in L.A. was rounding up the Boss Jocks. The Real Don Steele signed on and Kelly left KIIS-FM to join Steele, along with Charlie Tuna, Humble Havre and Rich Fields. It was a familiar dial position, "93", but this time it was FM, KODJ. In 1990, Kelly formed a seven piece rock band called M.G. Kelly and The G-Men. The group featured Kelly on drums doing his radio shtick live. They opened for dozens of top acts including Chuck Berry, Three Dog Night, Tommy James, Johnny Rivers and The Beach Boys. Kelly and The G-Men played numerous times at The Universal Amphitheater, Pacific Amphitheater and The Los Angeles Coliseum. In 1992, Kelly and Charlie Tuna teamed to co-host the syndicated radio program, Your Good Time Oldies Magazine. While continuing this national show, M.G. Departed KCBS FM in 1993 and headed to KOOL FM in Phoenix. There he drove the afternoon ratings from a 2 to a 6 share in just nine months. M.G Kelly continued performing live with his band The G-Men and also recorded an album with proceeds from sales going to charity. In 1995, Kelly left the States for England where he and his wife guest hosted on Capitol Gold, London as "M.G. and Molly". Over the next four years they were also heard on KBGO FM, Las Vegas, and MIX 96 in Alberta, Canada. In 1998, Kelly was inducted into The Nevada Broadcaster's Hall of Fame. The same year his work from KHJ was introduced at The Museum of Television and Radio in Los Angeles. Since 1998, Kelly produces and hosts what many in the radio industry call "the best works of his career." His syndicated programs include American Hit List, The Amazing '80s, Back to the '70s, Classic Hit List and Your '90s Rewind. Kelly's syndicated shows continue to be heard on radio stations in America and around the world.

10:00 am

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THE MIKE BRILL SHOW

Mike Brill was a regular Caroline North listener in the 1960's while living in Rhyl N.Wales. After schooling he gained an engineering background in BBC Local Radio during 70's & 80's. Here he was allowed both sides of the 'mic' and presented a weekly rock show playing album music & recording sessions as well as interviews with local bands ('Kent Rocks'). Mike has very large vinyl collection, which he finds useful for finding the occasional rare album track. His introduction to the revived Radio Caroline was through by DJ colleague Jerry Wright who was with the station on the Ross Revenge during 1986. Mike started with Caroline just after the closure of our analogue satellite service in 2001 - and gained a regular show in 2002. He is currently working as a self-employed Computer Consultant (expert!) providing IT support to a variety of local companies. And is now responsible for keeping Caroline computers ticking over

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ROCK OF AGES

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4:00 pm

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STREET CORNER SYMPHONY

Stompin' Zemo spun up the doo-wops on Street Corner Symphony on Boston radio from 1978 to 1986.  Now he's back, with classic group harmony sounds on OldiesRadioLive365.com, Tuesdays from 5 to
8 p.m. and Thursdays from 12 to 3 p.m. Eastern.

5:00 pm

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THE DOO WOP DANCE PARTY

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8:00 pm

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70’S SOUL SHOW

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