Monday, November 18, 2013

November 17 In Radio History

In 1970…Elton John, backed by Dee Murray and Nigel Olsson, performed at A&R Recording Studios in New York City for a live radio broadcast on WABC-FM (now WPLJ) which was later released as his "11-17-70" album.

In 1979...DJ George Michael did his last show on WABC, New York.

In 2003... Rush Limbaugh returned to his syndicated talk show after spending a month in rehab for addiction to prescription painkillers.

In 2007…Veteran Philadelphia disc jockey (WIBG, WDAS, WSNI/WPGR, WOGL-FM) Hy Lit, who hosted the nationally syndicated "Hy Lit Show" seen on television in 30 markets, died of kidney failure at the age of 73.

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