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Modesto Radio Museum
The Modesto Radio Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the history of commercial broadcasting in Modesto, CA. and the surrounding area.
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Modesto Radio Museum Jul 27
Shotgun Tom Kelly remembers Regis.
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Michael Esposito Music Jul 25
Jul25,1965 performs at the Newport Jazz Festival with an electric guitar. It was his first non-acoustic set for
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David Goren Jul 15
...a few quotes from me in this article on pirate radio.
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Michael Esposito Music Jul 16
Jul16,1966 The enter the Hot100 singles chart at #53 with "Summer In The City". By Aug13 the song will start a 3wk run at #1
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Michael Esposito Music Jul 16
Jul16,1977 is at #1 on the Hot100 Singles Chart with "Da Doo Ron Ron" cover. Written by , and . The song 1st became a US #3 hit for The in 1963
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Michael Esposito Music Jul 11
Jul11,1964 The are still at #1 on the Hot100 Singles Chart with "I Get Around" last week of a 2wk run at #1; Their 1st US #1
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Modesto Radio Museum Jun 30
In memory of our Modesto Radio Museum President
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Modesto Radio Museum Jun 30
Help bring to life the Graffiti USA Museum
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Modesto Radio Museum Jun 8
Bonnie Pointer, founding member of The Pointer Sisters, dead at 69
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Modesto Radio Museum Jun 5
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Modesto Radio Museum Jun 1
Mutual Newscast from 11-27-74. A little peek into the past. Recorded at KTRB, Modesto, CA
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Modesto Radio Museum May 29
Condolences to friends and family of Terry Nelson who recently passed away. Terry worked as an on air personality at KFIV, KJOY, KROY and numerous other stations including major market locations across the nation. He will be remembered for his sense of humor and infectious laugh.
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Modesto Radio Museum May 29
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Modesto Radio Museum May 17
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