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This is the third release from MVT's project titled "Rochester Radio" Recorded on March 15th, 2014 at FLCC Studios. The concept of this project was to take great musicians, singers, and rappers from the Rochester area and compose original Hip-Hop and R&B music which connects with a large audience on both a social and intellectual level. Over the next several weeks, we'll be mixing and producing more of these videos and some videos from our instrumental project as well. You can catch all of these guest musicians and singers with us at our set at Jazz Fest 2014. We have two sets on june 23rd, from 7-8 and again from 9-10. It's a free show! Thanks so much everyone for all of the love and support. Recorded in one live take with no overdubs. Percussion - John Meeske Drums - Jamie Greene Bass ...
This is the second release from MVT's project titled "Rochester Radio" Recorded on March 15th, 2014 at FLCC Studios. The concept of this project was to take great musicians, singers, and rappers from the Rochester area and compose original Hip-Hop and R&B music which connects with a large audience on both a social and intellectual level. Recorded in one live take with no overdubs. Percussion - John Meeske Drums - Jamie Greene Bass - Ben Crossgrove Guitar - Eli Flynn Piano - Matt Billings Keyboards - Mike Vadala Vox - Taylor Eike Video by Nate Sengillo Engineered by Michael Kane Mixed by Jamie Greene and Dan Lynch Produced by Mike Vadala Lyrics by Mike Vadala
A radio show ID that DEATH made for my 1st radio show "The Metal Force" which aired every Friday 5 - 8pm on 93.3-FM WIRQ. This was done backstage at Backstreets in Rochester, NY on their "Leprosy" tour in December 1988. Included in making the ID are: Chuck Schuldiner, Bill Andrews & Terry Butler. Rock Rozz was busy elsewhere at the time. Evil Eye Ron was handling the microphone. I am looking on in awe. R.I.P. Chuck Schuldiner 1967 - 2001
We're creating a community radio station in Rochester, NY. 106.3 FM, WRFZ-LP. To get on the air, we need YOUR help. Watch the video and go to our website to get in on the crowdfunding effort which begins in October. www.rochesterfreeradio.com
Original Air Date: 10/09/17 Anchor: Adam Chodak Network: WHEC-TV https://twitter.com/AdamChodak Original story: http://www.rochesterfirst.com/news/local-news/manager-of-radio-social-addresses-incident-involving-judge-astacio/831268628
Shown are photos from the Rochester Amateur Radio Associations 2017 Hamfest on Saturday June 3, 2017 on West Bloomfield Road in Pittsford, NY which is just outside of a Rochester, NY. There was a APRS High Altitude Balloon launch. http://hojoham.blogspot.com/2017/06/high-altitude-balloon-flight-6317-from.html Balloon launch by Mike KD2EAT with help from John KD2GTA, Aerial Drone Photos by John KD2GTA, some photos by Me Jared K2YSO and others by Rich KD2RWA. This is RARAs 90th annual Hamfest.
In advance of the Rochester Radio Reunion, former WSAY staffer Bob Greene reminisces of just one of the MILLIONS of incidents that took place at Rochester, New York's UNIQUE radio station. It was Top 40. Then MOR. Then Top 40. Then progressive rock. Then country. The only commercials on the log (during my 18 months there) were "Back To The Bible" at 9am and The Family Rosary For Peace, networked to WMBO-FM in Auburn. We were told to deliver the :30 open and close LIVE - and it was shift change. So, it wasn't out of the question for the afternoon guy to open the show (with "help") from the Night guy -and vice-versa. Bob's story is priceless.
Please Like and Subscribe. This is a replacement for the 1st one. I had to edit out a copyright problem. The Lucky Strike Program Starring Jack Benny. March 11, 1945. , AFRS rebroadcast. Don't miss the first gag, a "sneezing birdie." Jack recalls how he first met Rochester. Guests Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll appear as, "Amos 'n' Andy." This show aired 3/11/1945 Guests Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll appear as, "Amos 'n' Andy". Don't forget to Like and Subscribe. Leave a comment and tell me what you think.
http://danoday.com/basement-tapes Rare, very early radio aircheck of The Greaseman at WAXC/Rochester, 1972. Even as a very young DJ he was brilliant at combining words, voice, music and emotion to spin "must listen to this" stories. This is excerpted from Dan O'Day's 2-hour "Basement Tapes," which also features such priceless, early radio personality recordings as: Larry Lujack at WCFL/Chicago, saying goodbye to rock 'n' roll. Allan Freed at WJW/Cleveland, 1954 Rick Dees, while he was still attending college and doing nights at WKIX/Raleigh in 1973...and then a year later, at WSGN/Birmingham John Records Landecker, while he still in high school(!)...including the very first words he ever spoke on the radio in 1966 at WOAI/Lansing and then two years later at WILS/Lansing. In addition...