June 11 2007 at 15:47:11 Name: Ray J. Johnson Topic: Jim Wheaton was indeed a colorful part
of Tulsa radio history Email: email@example.com Comments: I'm responding to the late
Jim Back's comment about the time when he had do
crack down on Jim Wheaton. Jim mentions speaking to the sales rep at
that time about Jim and his disregard for time. Well, I'm writing to say
that the story is absolutely true. I was the sales rep at the time. Thanks
for allowing me to contribute to Tulsa Radio Memories....Ray J. Johnson KRMG
June 11 2007 at 13:38:58 Name: Kenny Bolen Topic: A&W on Admiral Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: When I look at the picture
of the Admiral Twin, I see the A&W stand across the street.
My very first job was at that establishment as a 'mug washer'. Three sinks
of water. One to wash, one to rinse, the other to sanitize, then, into the
freezer where it rode down a belt to get to the frosty stage and then filled
up with the rootbeer and back out the door to the customer.
I wouldn't mind having one right now!
June 11 2007 at 12:14:01 Name: Sam Topic: Tulsa Oilers of the 1930s Email: Gravydogg55 at aol dot
com Comments: Our family moved from Tulsa to Chouteau after the
crash of Wall Street in 1929.
However, kept track of sports. Harry Lamprich was my grade school classmate.
We received the Tulsa Tribune by U.S. Mail.
Following is one of my memories of Tulsa Oilers Baseball:
Back during the early 1930s, Chouteau, Oklahoma had an outstanding baseball
team. It consisted of several brothers and others, these small-town boys
had played baseball since young, the ball field out at the edge of town in
a cow pasture.
The Great Depression had began, money scarce, good low cost entertainment
was had by watching the ball games. Chose up sides. However, one of the Chouteau
residents knew one of the ball players with the Tulsa Oilers.
An arrangement was made for an informal practice game, Chouteau playing the
Tulsa Oilers, coming to Chouteau on a Sunday afternoon. Quite a contrast.
The Oilers in their uniforms, none of their baseballs wrapped with black
tape and each player had a personal bat.
Some of the Chouteau players wore overalls and hobnail shoes. Cowboy hats
or straw hats. There was a net behind the catcher made of chicken wire stretched
over sassafras poles. The mesh of the wire was the large size, occasionally
trapped the ball, easy to knock out though with a small sassafras pole.
The game got underway, each side scoring about the same, Oilers ahead by
3 or 4 scores in the 7th inning. What they didn't realize was Chouteau was
not using the best pitcher. He entered for the last two innings and Tulsa
never got another hit. Chouteau crept ahead and won by three runs.
Another game was scheduled and when the Oilers showed up for it they had
left their uniforms in Tulsa and were wearing everyday clothes.
Good sports they were. Brought enough hand-me-down uniforms for two teams
and several old gloves and baseballs and bats.Nice goodwill gestures though
it didn't seem they would ever win against Chouteau, even sometimes coming
in midweek. Sundays, the Tulsa team were scheduled with other cities.
The Oilers finally won against Chouteau when the three Nickodemus boys were
busy hauling hay.
Wish I could remember all their names. Some were the Crockett brothers, Jacksons,
Anders, Gann, Rapers. Some of these Chouteau players were offered jobs playing
with the Oilers. The pay was not attractive enough.
June 10 2007 at 07:41:20 Name: Webmaster Topic: Admiral Twin Drive-In Comments:
We went out to the Admiral Twin last night for
"Shrek 3". As we got our hot dogs and nachos from the concession stand before
the show, a thunderstorm blew in with a tiny bit of hail (which sent the
classic Thunderbirds packing). Had to close up the van and use the blue ice
packs (see Drive-In Checklist) for a little while. Then
the storm was over and it was fine the rest of the evening.
As I wrote this at home Sunday morning, a heavy downpour started and ended
(I'm not a fast typist).
June 10 2007 at 00:05:03 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: '74 tornado - KVOO radio staff Comments: As I recall Dave
"Tex" Irwin and Demi Rosenthal hid in the KVOO basement.
Alan Lambert should have good stories on that awful day. Either Demi or Dave
had a car totalled by storm debris in the KVOO back parking lot - I recall.
KVOO and KRMG radio news staffs both served Tulsa at their best on that day.
(And KAKC, as told in this story by Stacy
Last heard from: Demi, married and practicing land use law in Los Angeles
area and Dave is Director of Information at a large university medical school
on the East Coast.
Both a long way from KVOO - Big Country 1170.
June 09 2007 at 10:23:30 Name: Webmaster Topic: Zeb's book signing today
(Later) Here is Carl with a former Zeb guest at Borders today.
June 08 2007 at 10:25:20 Name: Scott Topic: K-MOD Email: sfields64 at coxdotnet Comments: Speaking of KMOD memories...Does anyone else remember
when KMOD would switch to the "Renegade Rock" thing at 7:00 every evening?
This would have been early '90s probably. The DJ was a sultry-sounding lady
who called herself Kat (or The Kat). I always thought at the time that it
might have been Scary Mary, but I was never quite sure.
I do know that it was pretty cool to me to hear some music that KMOD did
not normally play, and I usually would shut off the TV and listen to the
stereo most of the evening. I don't remember how long they did that, but
it was pretty cool while it lasted.
June 08 2007 at 10:18:03 Name: Scott Topic: June 8, 1974 Comments: I was just a 10-year old dork living in West
Tulsa. I remember hanging out with my uncles and aunt down in Sapulpa earlier
that day, when one of them remarked that the sky looked "bad", and that we
needed to get back to Tulsa. Turns out they were right. Just about the most
frightening night of my life. Dad took us over as close to Brookside as he
could get the next day, what a horrible
The sound of tornado sirens still jars me to this day.
June 07 2007 at 21:26:06 Name: e. e. cummings Topic: That's moi in the trunk, Mr. D Comments: Mr. D:
How did you know I've been hiding out in the Belvedere trunk, all these years,
just waiting for my chance at TV fame?
And you just blew it!
Guess I'll claw my way out, and head down to Bishop's for the Brown Derby
Bishop's is still there, right?
June 07 2007 at 18:39:23 Name: Dana LeMoine Topic: Time Capsule Coverage Email: d4wdwatvalornet.com Comments: FYI. I emailed Regina Moon at KOTV and asked if
they would be covering the event live. Here is her response....
Yes- we plan to be live when the car comes out of the ground at noon and
then that evening from 7-8 PM we will air a live broadcast from the Convention
Center as items are removed from the car. Hope you'll tune in! There'll be
streaming of the 7-8 PM broadcast...thanks for inquiring!
The prankster in me would love to see them slip someone made-up to look like
a corpse into the trunk, and have them pop up [after a few tense seconds]
on live TV. Or maybe a live rat...
June 07 2007 at 17:15:18 Name: Gary Topic: storms tonight Comments: Folks, please be aware of a potential severe
weather outbreak tonight. Have a good one!
June 07 2007 at 14:41:04 Name: Kenny Bolen Topic: Steely Dan Email: email@example.com Comments: Just saw Steely Dan at the Mohegan Casino a couple
of weeks ago! I couldn't believe the drummer (not Steve Gadd) pulled off
the Aja solo...they sounded great.
Speaking of grocery stores, I grew up on Florence Street between Pine and
Apache off Harvard street in the 60s. There was a little place called Model
Grocery owned by a family with the last name Marshall.
I attended Celia Clinton and after school, we would run over with our deposit
bottle money and buy penny candy. Mr. Marshall was one of the nicest folks
a kid could meet. He always had plenty of candy and pop
(Chocolate Soldier please!) for us.
Man...can I go back????
June 07 2007 at 03:58:35 Name: Webmaster Topic: Doc Rock in Owasso/Time capsule
I visited Papa Dogs in Owasso on 86th St N and I-169 for lunch today.
The proprietor was indeed the erstwhile Doc Rock! As soon as I heard his
voice, I knew it was him. I gave him a card, and he may pay us a visit here
soon, I hope. I can recommend the Hot Link Dog. The Bratwurst and coneys
also looked good. (Added 4/2/2008: The sign says that Papa Dogs is under
Re the 1957 time capsule: a co-worker of mine was there as a 7 year old.
She says there is a box in the trunk filled with items contributed by her
and many other people. That box might prove to be the most interesting thing
to come out of the capsule.
June 06 2007 at 22:39:16 Name: Gary Chew Topic: Beautiful Green Place Email: Just NW of Brownie's
Hamburgers Comments: Hey, Tulsa lookin' great here on Evanston.
Checkin' out Steely Dan; and The Kingsmen doing that great oldie, "Louie,
Louie" on 94.1. I think they actually have a live jock on. What a concept!
Standing in line to check my bags in Sacramento this morning, the gal ahead
me was asked her birthday. She said, "December 7, 1941." Some else said,
"Wow, what a date that was!" And the guy behind me said,"Yes, and TODAY'S
So, to Maestro Bruchas in a more eastern clime: some of us DO remember that
very big day in 'muhr'cuhn history.
Kickin' Hitler's butt is another way to say it, I think.
Delmeaux de Gillette du Coffeyville
June 06 2007 at 19:10:17 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: D-Day the 6th of June Comments: Betcha it hardly gets mentioned in the news
today - a different generation.
June 06 2007 at 14:12:09 Name: E. M. Remarque Topic: Radio Radio Comments: To continue the Tulsa radio jag, let's recall:
the sweetest of the sweet ever to appear on T-Town air: "Jeannie Summers"
of K-MOD, who is really Jeanne
June 06 2007 at 14:00:46 Name: Erick Topic: KMOD Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: I'm a growing KMOD listener (most of my radio time
is devoted to KRSC 91.3 in Claremore). They
still have Two For Tuesdays, but no more Seventh Day (at least not that I've
heard). Jim Jones and Scary Mary are gone too.
KC happens to be my favorite jock there (mainly because that's when I'm in
the car heading home). His "One Request Drive Home Happy Hour" is great,
especially since that request is chosen via the "Wheel of Magical Goodness".
He also occasionally refers to KMOD as "The Rainbow Station", and even sometimes
uses 97 1/2 instead of 97.5 when referring to the frequency, and appears
to be the only jock there to still do so.
June 06 2007 at 13:31:43 Name: Bill Jaynes Topic: KMOD Email: email@example.com Comments: Well, then, on the subject of KMOD, who remembers
"Two for Tuesday" and "The Seventh Day" and "The Side Show" and do they still
have these? Are their on-air talents such as Jim Jones or Scary Mary Summers
still around? Is Sherri Quinn still in the Tulsa radio market? I knew her
in passing and very briefly, and I think she'd said was with KMOD. Anybody
Okay, back in 1982 (I think it was in March of that year), I remember there
was a weekend they had in 1982 where it was non-stop music (except for station
identifications), and in the same year, I think in late April. they had something
called the Southern Rock 500, nothing but Southern Rock played all weekend.
Anyone remember those?
June 06 2007 at 10:43:58 Name: Erick Topic: Mel Myers Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: Speaking of Mel, I found an
aircheck of him on
KMOD from 1977. The 'check begins with a couple of commercials for the
Rubicon head shop (when was the last time you heard an ad for bongs?)
June 05 2007 at 21:13:57 Name: Dave Bartlett Topic: Joe Alvarez Email: email@example.com Comments: When I attended Eisenhower Elementary School in
the early 50s (5th and 6th grades), I was best friends with Joe Alvarez.
Joe was Helen's son. We would go to his big house on 31st Street with the
white columns and lots of white carpeting.
At Joe's request (and my delight) the maid would fix an after-school snack
of crab meat chowder. We'd go out to the garage and get cans of Hawaiian
Punch (from a sponsor?) from a huge supply stacked up there. If I remember,
it was fairly new on the market and a big favorite of theirs.
Sometimes Joe's mother would pile the two of us into her car (I remember
a big white Caddy convertible) and we would head for KOTV. It was heady stuff
for a young kid riding around in that convertible with a beautiful lady like
It seems when we got to the station, our job was to terrorize the folks who
worked there. Joe always wanted to get into the control booth or try to run
the cameras. I'm sure there was a sigh of relief when we left.
I lost touch with Joe when his mother moved to California and have wondered
what became of him in the ensuing years. Anybody have a clue?
June 05 2007 at 15:08:57 Name: Beverly Topic: Dixon's Grocery Store Email: BeverlyW58@hotmail.com Comments: Does anyone remember Dixon's Grocery Store at 15th
and Gary Avenue....Merritt's is there now.
I have wonderful memories about that little, neighborhood store.
If you are interested in searching the Beryl Ford Collection, go to
TulsaLibrary.org and click
Catalog/Search the Catalog/Keywords. Type in a search of
"Beryl Ford Collection" 15th Harvard
for example. The photos date as far back as the 1800s.
June 04 2007 at 22:10:39 Name: Bill Jaynes Topic: 1980s Nostalgia Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: Yes, 92K was definitely a big part of my musical
menu back then, as was K-107 and KMYZ.
June 04 2007 at 17:01:48 Name: Erick Topic: Mel Myers Email: email@example.com Comments: Mel spent several successful years with Banana Bradley
co-hosting the morning show on Z-104.5 (when they were still a Rock/Top 40
station). Since the late 90's (I believe), he has been hosting the morning
show on Star 103.3 (Classic Rock).
June 04 2007 at 15:36:58 Name: Bill Jaynes Topic: Radio Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: Mel had (and perhaps still has(?)) the kind of voice
and delivery that would probably suit him for even larger markets (New York,
LA, Chicago) and probably versatile enough for other formats (perhaps Talk
June 04 2007 at 14:02:25 Name: Kenny Bolen Topic: Mel Myers Email: email@example.com Comments: Couldn't agree more with my friend DolfanBob about
Mel and the great radio of yesteryear. I thought Mel was one of the best
radio voices in the business.
KMOD was the staple, with Chris and the Rainbow Rock Brigade in the morning,
Mel Myers from 10-2 and catching the Bruin in the afternoon.
What ever became of Mel Myers? Last I ever heard him personally, was on Fox
104(?)doing the morning drive.
Speaking of Sweeney, it was great to be in that time when you saw 'It Ain't
Right' live at the Brookside Depot, or the Boston Avenue Market. Don't forget
Bill Davis, Earl Clark and Spectrum, and the Dominant Factor Band!
June 04 2007 at 11:13:24 Name: DolfanBob Topic: Tulsa Radio Email: MiamiPhin@yahoo.com Comments: Man, does that audio clip bring back great memories.
I forgot that the top 40 voice of Tulsa radio, Mr. Mel Myers, was working
there. His radio station work list in this market must be amazing. I thought
he was at KMOD forever. Just shows that when you're good, you're good.
I used to have the old 45 of that very Jim Sweeney song "It Ain't Right"
and have always wanted to get another copy of it. That song should have went
national in my opinion. I sure do miss when MTV actually played videos and
I miss 19,19,1985.
June 04 2007 at 08:32:45 Name: Billy G Spradlin Topic: KELi 14K-92K Last Hour 8-15-85 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: Hi, I haven't checked out the site in a long time,
but I've been going through some old cassettes and decided to preserve this
digitally. This is the last hour of 14K-92K (KELi 1430 and 92.1), August
What a great DJ staff this station had at the time! It's just a shame they
didn't have the wattage to challenge or beat Kay-107 at the time. The tape
is "checked" except for one song: Jim Sweeney's "It Ain't Right", which became
a local hit at the time. I'd still like to get an original 45 or MP3 copy
June 01 2007 at 17:05:18 Name: Rick Clark Topic: Erling? Email: email@example.com Comments: Saw an ad in Friday's Tulsa World for KRVT-AM 1270
saying John Erling is to return to the air Saturday morning June 2nd. Please
let it be true!
(Saturday morning) I tuned in a little early and discovered a show definitely
to my taste: the Sunrise Jazz
Café, hosted by Chuck Ayers out of Tulsa. On his site (where you
can download programs in mp3), he describes the show:
"Serving up great classic jazz from the 1940s, 50s, and 60s. Classic jazz
and a hot cup of coffee will certainly get your morning off to a good start.
All the small combo jazz we play is organic, acoustic and piano-driven."
Also heard about the Heartland Antique Radio Association's
Summer Sizzler show in Broken
Arrow, Saturday June 16.
June 01 2007 at 13:13:20 Name: David Bagsby Topic: Loch Ness Email: dcbatsunflowerdotcom Comments: New
video of the Loch Ness Monster. They say it's a big eel. Long green man
as opposed to the little green type.
June 01 2007 at 12:18:53 Name: Kenny Bolen Topic: Little Green Man - Spaceship Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: I believe this may have happened in conjunction
with the Mr. Zing and Tuffy show, but, it could have been Uncle Zeb as well.
I remember going to a shopping mall (maybe on Admiral) and waiting for a
outerspace man (can't remember the name) who was going to land in his spacecraft
(it was some kind of hovercraft) and meet the kids. Being fascinated with
space at the time (like most all of us at the time) I couldn't wait to see
and meet this space guy. We got there early and I remember walking through
the store and seeing someone slip into a changing closet with some kind of
Even at that age, I found it funny and went over by the door only to be asked
to move away from some adults (I am sure these were the promotion team) in
which I complied. I snuck over and hid between some clothes rack and a short
time later, the door slowly opened and this man with green make-up came out
and looked around. I just hunkered down and got real quiet. Being this young,
I guess I still held out hope that maybe the closet was some kind of secret
transportation vessel he used to get from his planet to the store, but, the
dream shattered when he spoke (in his earth human voice!) to the personnel
and said "Let's get this over with!" and headed to the back of the store.
They passed me and I emerged from between the clothes rack and went to look
for my mom (she was 'browsing') and headed out for the parking lot.
Now the big buildup from the MC and here comes the craft around the corner
(sounding like huge weed-eater) and heading for the crowd with the little
green man I had seen earlier coming out of the casual men's and belts closet
in this store.
Needless to say, I lost my interest in the whole event and was ready to head
to the A&W for my Teen-burger and frosty root beer. After informing my
mom of what I saw and heard, she just laughed and we proceeded to the car.
I am sure she was thankful that I didn't cause a scene and sure enough, we
stopped at A&W.
Oddly enough, I think this whole plot line became an X-Files! *lol*
June 01 2007 at 09:23:31 Name: Dave Topic: It was 40 years ago today... Comments: We are informed that it was 40 years ago today
that the Sgt. Pepper album was released. A music psychologist (or is he a
psychological muscian?) has a wonderful
piece about it in today's Washington Post.
Best line from the article: "The act we've known for all these years is still
in style, guaranteed to raise a smile, one hopes for generations to come.
I have to admit, it's getting better all the time."
Here's a YouTube clip of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" from the Concert
for Bangladesh, 1971, featuring George Harrison, Eric Clapton and Ringo,
just added to the George Harrison in Tulsa
May 31 2007 at 02:50:02 Name: Webmaster Topic: The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Comments: Robert Vaughn works for the same
marketing company as William Shatner
(and Erik Estrada):
May 30 2007 at 16:24:10 Name: Bill Jaynes Topic: Soundtrak Email: email@example.com Comments: So what happened to Linda Soundtrak?
May 30 2007 at 08:51:21 Name: Brian Topic: Tastee-Freez Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: "I'm wondering how close Doctor Rock's new eatery
is from the hamburger and ice cream joint used as a location in 'The Outsiders.'
Somewhere I lunched at lot when grinding classical discs at KCMA, Owasso
in the early 80's."
Sadly they tore the Tastee-Freez down years ago and right now it is an empty
lot. However, I did drive by this weekend and noticed a sign for a future
Kum-and-Go convenience store.
May 29 2007 at 22:49:09 Name: Bill Jaynes Topic: Pitchmen Email: email@example.com Comments: Does anybody remember Bobby Lester, spokesman for
BJ Furniture, or Dan Howell, spokesman for Beauty Biz?
May 29 2007 at 22:41:40 Name: Gary Chew Topic: Papa Dogs Email: Just SW of the Donner Party
Family Grill Comments:
I'm wondering how close Doctor Rock's new eatery is from the hamburger and
ice cream joint used as a location in "The Outsiders." Somewhere I lunched
at lot when grinding classical discs at KCMA, Owasso in the early 80's.
Maybe Zeppy, at a reduced rate, will do some new TV spots for Papa Dogs.
Delmeaux de Gillette du Coffeyville
May 29 2007 at 20:14:12 Name: Charlie Topic: Doc Rock lives!
Comments: I read one post here that said Doc Rock left us way
back. Doc Rock and Linda Soundtrack were known for some of the most unique
commercials that I can remember in Tulsa. Well he may have left us, but not
for the pearly gates. Doc has recently moved back to the Tulsa area. He said
he's been living in Arizona and working as a missionary in a Native American
Church. He is living in Claremore and is the proprietor of Papa Dogs in Owasso
on 86th St. N. next to Goldie's Hamburgers.
I remember his commercials and I think I bought my first car stereo from
him for my 1975 Cutlass Supreme, also my first car. I think he and Linda
also did some late night movie shows that were pretty off the wall as well.
The dogs were good, I'd recommend stopping by to see him!
That is great news! Next time anyone is in there, ask Doc if he would
like to write in. I'll do it myself when I next get out that way.
May 29 2007 at 00:20:01 Name: Bill Jaynes Topic: Shopping and Leisure, Tulsa Style! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: Other things I remember from Tulsa of the 1980s
was the Southroads Mall, with stores such as Woolworth's and Woolf Brothers,
Renberg's, and Boot Hill (there was a lady who worked there, who also seemed
to be at the Woodland Hills store, every time I'd go into one or the other!).
Down below was a video arcade (I think the name was Nautilus), where-among
other local arcades at the time- I mastered the games of Centipede and Galaga;
that's all I'd play. I'd also run over to the Annex Mall, to Funway Freeway
to play; last time I was in the Annex, it became an Aladdin's Castle, and
from there, both it and Southroads got demolished. And yes, I remember Southland
(and its theme song).
May 28 2007 at 23:53:58 Name: Bill Jaynes Topic: My TV Memories Email: email@example.com Comments: Currently living in the Biloxi area when a friend
from my Tulsa days (I moved to the area in the 1970s with my family when
I was a child, and left in 1990) told me about this site. Looked at it, enjoyed
it, and fellow bloggers on another site to which I post that covers Tulsa,
reinforced my friend's endorsement. So here I am to post in earnest on the
fond memories I have of Tulsa TV!
I remember Cartoon Circus every weekday mornings (they often played those
old Harveytoons) and Uncle Zeb's Cartoon Camp, succeeded by Doctor Ding's
Cartoon Lab (if memory serves me, Doctor Ding was allegedly the channel's
weatherman Dan Murphy doing some double-duty as a kids' TV show host), and
afternoon reruns of Little Rascals, weekday afternoons all on Channel 8.
Remember all those old Merrie Melodies that would play on the Uncle Zeb show,
and those old Popeye's (including, I think, some of the early color Popeyes
from the 1940s)? I got a real kick out of all the old animation classics
from the 1930's-1950's, and it is an interest that I have to this day.
I remember the KTEW Channel 2 ("Turn on Two, 'cause Two is turnin' Oklahoma
on!") Afternnon Movies, hosted by George Hummingbird, who I think was the
weatherman there also. I also remember the Afternoon Movie on Tulsa23-long
before it switched to being a Fox affiliate. Tulsa23 also showed movies late
at night, such as "The Warriors," and "Saturday Night Fever." They also had
the Creature Feature horror movies late Saturday nights, with little comedy
bits thrown in around the commercials by the team Sherman Oaks and Steve
Pickle. By the way, I actually saw the pair of them at a Quik-Trip in Tulsa,
61st and Sheridan I think it was-Sherman was without his mask, but I just
knew it was him.
Oh, and does anybody remember "Tulsa23 Music Break"? They would play these
music videos to fill time before the next program would come on, and they'd
have these cool current videos of whatever was hot, such as "Rapture" by
Here's another one. Does anybody remember how, on weeknights in the mid-to-late
1980s, how channel 41 would cease its own programming offerings for the day,
and all night, they'd show something called "Odyssey," which was a music
video program-and I do mean all night. And what was cool about it was that
it didn't just play the latest hot videos from well-known acts, but also
vids that you may not see on MTV.
Other things I remember:
KMOD, my favorite station, and it's still my station of choice on those occasions
I fly into Tulsa for a visit (in light of this post, I am presently streaming
it to my computer, first time I'd done that!). I remember "Two for Tuesday"
and their programming such as "The Seventh Day" and "The Side Show." I remmeber
personalities such as Jim Jones, Scary Mary Summers, Mel Myers (Didn't know
them, but I remember them) and in particular one Sherri Quinn (who I knew
in passing, and I think she'd said was with KMOD); in any case, whether I
knew them or not, does anybody know what happened to them? On the topic of
KMOD, anybody remember a non-commercial weekend they had in 1982, and in
the same year, the Southern Rock 500? How about those KMOD buttons people
wore, in the event they were noticed and won some money?
Those are just a few memories I have of Tulsa's media, but more to come!
May 27 2007 at 15:22:35 Name: Webmaster Topic: Previous GroupBlog summary Comments: