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Spirit Of St. Louis - Down By The Radio / Hotelroom 1974 Label Delta, D 1069 Hitnotering 02-11-1974, Top 40, 5 weken, plaats 17 Roland en Arthur, beiden afkomstig uit de Leidse rockband Nou &, richten een nieuwe groep op: Spirit of St. Louis. De band is vernoemd naar het vliegtuig waarmee Charles Lindbergh als eerste de oceaan overstak.
Scanning the FM dial in St Louis, MO including HD Radio additional audio carriers. --------------------- Call Sign Freq. City Format KDHX 88.1 FM Saint Louis, MO Variety WSIE 88.7 FM Edwardsville, IL Jazz KCLC 89.1 FM Saint Charles, MO Adult Album Alternative KTBJ 89.3 FM Festus, MO Religious WCBW 89.7 FM East Saint Louis, IL Christian Contemporary WLCA 89.9 FM Godfrey, IL College KRHS 90.1 FM Overland, MO Grade School (K-12) KWUR 90.3 FM Clayton, MO College KWMU 90.7 FM Saint Louis, MO Public Radio KSIV 91.5 FM Saint Louis, MO Religious K220HT (KAWZ) 91.9 FM Saint Louis, MO Religious WIL 92.3 FM Saint Louis, MO Country W224DC (WRYT-AM) 92.7 FM Caseyville, IL Religious KBDZ 93.1 FM Perryville, MO Classic Rock KSD 93.7 FM Saint Louis, MO Country KSHE 94.7 FM Crestwood, MO Rock WFUN 95....
An interesting Vintage radio reproduction by Spirit of St. Louis who made a lot of replicas of collectable radios, phonos etc which now themselves are collectable. As can be seen and heard this piece has AM/FM radio and a Cassette player and who can resist those replica tubes? They are just plastic shapes that look like vintage tubes with a lamp to simulate the tube effect.
Really pleased how it came up :)
They were touring in Japan back in that period.
Various audio clips with station logos on screen for : KSHE-95 Real Rock Radio FM 103 KHTR Hit Radio KEZK 102.5 FM Soft ROcks KWK AM/FM 106 KIX104 Q014 Y98 93.7 KSD FM KLOU - Oldies 103.3 Talent: Billy Greenwood and Sue
FM Radio dial in St Louis Missouri using SDRPlay. Analog FM radio, no HD. ----------------- Frequency Callsign Format City of License 88.1 FM KDHX Variety Saint Louis, MO 88.7 FM WSIE Jazz Edwardsville, IL 89.1 FM KCLC Variety St. Charles, MO 89.3 FM KTBJ Religious Festus, MO 89.5 FM KCFV Variety Ferguson, MO 89.5 FM WGRN Christian Contemporary Greenville, IL 89.5 FM KNLH Religious Cedar Hill, MO 89.7 FM WCBW Religious East St. Louis, IL 89.7 FM KGNX Religious Ballwin, MO 89.9 FM KGNA Religious Arnold, MO 89.9 FM KGNV Religious Washington, MO 89.9 FM WLCA Variety Godfrey, IL 90.1 FM KRHS Variety Overland, MO 90.3 FM KWUR Variety Clayton, MO 90.7 FM KWMU Public Radio St. Louis, MO 91.5 FM KSIV Religious St. Louis, MO 92.3 FM WIL Country St. Louis, MO 92.7 FM KFTN-LP Fenton, MO 92.9 FM KWRH...
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A Classic Concert from St. Louis Missouri's Checkerdome. Broadcast live over FM Radio Nationwide Late November of 1979. I gathered a bunch of pictures off the internet to fill the video. There are a few songs where the soundman didn't have Hagar's mic turned up enough.
From KETC, LIVING ST. LOUIS Producer Jim Kirchherr visits with Kay Morton and talks about her experience in radio during the 1930s. She tells o how her career evolved and of the many famous people she interviewed on her show. Kirchherr also visits the media archive at the Missouri Historical Society, which houses a collection of old radio broadcasts from the 1930s and 40s.
Peter Martin KXOX Radio 1961, st.louis,mo.,*News IQ Time*Operation School Report*Community Federal Savings & Loan* IGA Food Market*Falstaff Beer*Bill Murphy News* Bettendorf-Rapp*Last Word Jackpot Contest*Kookie Weather Bird*KXOK More Music Contest*
In 1987 Rock station KADI 96 FM St. Louis, Mo.changed formats to KRJY Joy 96. In this video you'll see the radio studio when it was located on Forsyth in Clayton, Mo. The building is no longer there. You'll also see Paul Clayton, Mary Ann Carson, and Gary Duncan in this video. A bit of St. Louis Radio history. Enjoy!