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Mick Williams hosts "Cyber Line," a weekly, "techie" radio show.
Louisiana Rocks by Tom Aswell depicts the history of R&R in Louisiana
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Ray Whitworth, longtime jock and production whiz, does many of the jingles
and sounders for the show.
To find out about Ray's voiceover and production services, send an email HERE
Thomas, perennial DFW radio personality and host of the long-running "70s
Saturday Night," provided
several sounders and jingles for the show. Check out his website HERE
Another of our voiceover artists is Roger Davis, the Henry Fonda-soundalike of over 6,000 commercials in the 1970s.
Mike Shannon's tribute to DFW radio and TV can be found HERE
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HI-FI CLUB has lots of folks to thank for
its existence and for its continued success. Ray Whitworth, who took
a job with BizRadio 1360 back in 2005, and got Mike Shannon on board thereafter,
is the root of the whole process. Without Ray, there wouldn't have
been the networking opportunity that led to the existence of THE
HI-FI CLUB. Ted Sauceman, operations
manager of KMNY, took a chance with THE HI-FI
and gave us the airtime to use, and later
worked with us to allow the creation of the Retro Radio project.
John Lewis and Chad Hokar have both contributed greatly to the show's success
and growth as original co-hosts; Melissa Rasmussen bailed us out of streaming
issues for quite some time, and was a tremendous help with the Retro Radio
project; Dave Clifton, Jack Bishop and Sean Compton of Rational Broadcasting,
for allowing us to continue the program on our original frequency and time;
Doyle King, Jim Thomas, Ray Whitworth, Roger Davis and Ron Chapman for
all the great imaging and production; and to radio enthusiast Ned Wolens
for listening intently to 1360 and letting us know about changes in programming
that created space again on 1360 for THE HI-FI
CLUB in 2007-08. Thanks as well to Alex
Green at KTDG in Bonham, TX; Danny Boyer at KLDE in Eldorado/San Angelo;
Steve Cumming at the NTRB in Dallas; Michael Shawn at KLSR in Rockwall,
TX; Lamoyne Westerbeck at our Farmington, IA affiliates; and to Bill Bragg
of the Yesterday USA Radio Network! And of course, a BIG thanks to
our listeners and supporters and guests; your faith, support, encouragement
and kind words are always appreciated!
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