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GOOD ROCKIN’ TONIGHT WITH DELL RICHARDSON

Dell Richardson started his broadcasting career in 1996 when he joined the team at Country Music Radio based in central London where he co-presented Rocking Good Country with Bryan Chalker. He also presented a rockabilly show once a month on the station with Roy Williams. Dell stayed with CMR for 4 years until they stopped broadcasting. He then moved on to satellite station Merlin Network One, based in the City of London, where he stayed for 7 months. Dell joined Radio Caroline in 2000 where his Tuesday rock'n'roll show Good Rockin' Tonight has grown from strength to strength. On it he has interviewed many big names over the years including Bruce Welch (The Shadows), Linda Gail Lewis, Wee Willie Harris, Vince Eager, Chas Hodges, Alvin Stardust, Doc Cox, Stuart Colman, Emile Ford, Lee Curtis, Paul Evans, John Leyton, Russ Sainty, Cliff Bennett, Tommy Bruce, Charlie Gracie plus many more.

12:00 am

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CARNABY STREET

The Carnaby Street Club puts you at the heart of the 1960's and is a page for fans of Carnaby Street chriswilliams@manxradio.com (2) Carnaby Street Club | Facebook

2:00 am

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ROCK’S ROCK COVERS

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4:00 am

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THE AL RANDALL SHOW

AL RANDALL BIO  I HAVE BEEN A RADIO AND MUSIC JUNKIE SINCE THE LATE 60’S.  GROWING UP IN CLEVELAND, OHIO, THERE WAS NEVER A SHORTAGE OF GREAT RADIO STATIONS THAT SATISFIED MY PALLET.  WIXY, WGAR, WMMS, WMJI, WHK, WWWE, AND WNCX WERE ALL MY FAVORITES GROWING UP.  I WAS A VERY EARLY FAN OF THE BEATLES, MOTOWN, THE BRITISH INVASION, SOUL/FUNK GROUPS, ROLLING STONES, PINK FLOYD, BEACH/SURFER MUSIC, GIRL GROUPS OF THE 60’S, AND DOO WOP MUSIC OF THE 50’S AND EARLY 60’S.  MY TASTES GOT INTO SOME METAL AND CLASSIC ROCK DURING MY YEARS SERVED IN THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE.  I SETTLED IN NYC ALMOST 25 YEARS AGO AND HAVE NEVER LOOKED BACK.  I TRY TO KEEP IT REAL, LOOSE, AND FUN.  I HAVE A VERY WILD SENSE OF HUMOR.  I AM A WORLD TRAVELLER AND ENJOY DIFFERENT FOODS, CULTURES, AND LANGUAGES.    I DO THE OFF SHIFTS IN BETWEEN OUR SCHEDULED HOSTS AND OCCASSIONALY HAVE MY OWN SCHEDULED SEGMENTS.  OH, DID I MENTION MY OTHER DUTIES INCLUDE BEING THE STATION MANGER, PROGRAM DIRECTOR, AND COOK, BAKER, AND CANDLESTICK MAKER HERE AT OLDIES RADIO LIVE 365.  ENJOY THE MUSIC.  Wnyc-DB Oldies Radio Live 365 | New York NY | Facebook https://www.oldiesradiolive365.com oldiesradiolive365@gmail.com

5:00 am

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CLASSIC HIT LIST

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.

6:00 am

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CATCHING A WAVE

Jammin’ James Riley bio   The term “old soul” has been used more often than not to describe James Riley.  His mom’s Elvis albums and movies like American Graffiti and Buddy Holly Story helped shape his musical tastes as a kid growing up in Louisville, KY in the 70’s that continue to this day.  Riley got a BA degree in Communication Arts at Georgetown College in Georgetown, KY where he took an active role at WRVG on campus.  He’s been a fixture in the radio promotions scene since 1993 having worked for a variety of Christian record companies such as Word, Provident, Inpop and R.E.X. Records and now co-owns Old Fashioned Radio Publicity to focus Ameripolitan, Americana, Blues, Surf and other roots radio formats. James hosted Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour from early 2014 through early 2021 before reviving Catching A Wave in February 2021 (a show he hosted from September 2016-December 2017).  In 2016, Riley was nominated for DJ Of The Year at the Ameripolitan Music Awards and again in 2017 when he won the award.   People were constantly asking for him to bring Catching A Wave back and he finally jumped back on the surfboard to bring the best in surf/summer/beach tunes!  His wife Beth has a weekly segment on the show called “Surf’s Up: Beth’s Beach Boys Break” where you can hear a deep track from America’s band.  Plus, there are more segments like “Wheel Of Fun, Fun, Fun”, Catching A Wave Time Machine and the Jammin’ James Jukebox selection/trivia of the week.   He married his best friend, Beth Riley, in May 2020 and they work together on both the radio promotions side of things as well as a podcast and radio shows.  Beth also hosts her own syndicated show called Boppin’ With Beth which she started September 2020!   For more information, check out www.catchingawaveradio.blogspot.com   James Riley rileypromo@gmail.com  

10:00 am

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PARADISE COVE

Bio:
DJ Dotty is a native from the birthplace of surf music, Sunny Southern California. An ardent music lover and collector since childhood, she comes from a family of musicians, avid music lovers, and collectors. She loves all genres, but surf and instrumental music are her absolute favourite. Ironically, her musical strength is her singing and the musical saw, neither of which is needed for instrumental surf music. You can generally find her at a live music at a show, searching the bins at record shops or swaps, or watching horror movies and cartoons. She travels the world to watch live music and feels the live music experience is one of the greatest gifts life has to offer.
Instagram:
djdotty_paradisecove

11:00 am

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THE GRAHAM L. HALL SHOW

Originally from Newcastle-on-Tyne but now based in Yorkshire, Graham has been a semi-professional musician since the mid-1960s playing (in the UK and abroad) Rock, Blues, R&B, MOR and Country Music. He is an electrician by trade, working at various small local radio stations both as Engineer and Presenter - including Energy Radio and Calderdale Sound - presenting Country / R&B / middle of the road music, interviews and live sessions. Graham has been a fan of Radio Caroline since Day 1 in 1964, became directly involved in 1991, and began presenting programs from the ship in 1996. He also presented 'The Sound of Free Spirit' from the Caroline land-based studios in Kent until the mid-2000's. Since then, he has been regularly heard on Radio Seagull, and now is happy to be presenting again on Caroline Flashback! Real people... making Real music... played with Real feeling

12:00 pm

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AMAZING 80’S

The best in music from that awesome decade in only the way M.G. Kelly can do it.  Please join the show every Wednesday afternoon at 2pm eastern for some of the best tunes that came out of the 1980's.

2:00 pm

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ROCK POWER

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4:00 pm

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AMERICAN HIT LIST

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5:00 pm

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THE ABC’S OF DOO WOP

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8:00 pm

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SOUL OF THE BLUES

Soul Of The Blues With Cassie CJ Fox is a Live Radio Show and also a two hour syndicated show, created & hosted by Cassie. Its core format and sound is rooted in"Sounds from the South". It is presented in a way that the music will appeal to "not necessarily a blues listener or fan".  It's a Top 40 personality and information style delivery, presentation complete with artist information, concert and Blues News, topics and mentions on the live shows. There is always a backsell and presell of the songs.  As Cassie Says "Its a Funky Trail Ride thru the Juke Joints Of Your Mind"

10:00 pm

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