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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 Nov 24
Thanks to our friend Dave Luna of KABX, 97.5 who asks, “Did ya sing it?”
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Modesto Radio Museum Nov 14
Can you name the song and artist?
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Modesto Radio Museum Nov 12
Carole King, RCA Studios 1959 (Sony music archives)
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Modesto Radio Museum Nov 6
Philips introduces the compact disc to the world, 8 March 1979. - HistoryinPictures
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Modesto Radio Museum Nov 6
From Modesto to Major Market radio. Modesto’s very own Bob Malik.
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Modesto Radio Museum Nov 6
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Modesto Radio Museum Nov 6
Ever wonder what some ex DJ’s home offices look like?
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