Radio and voiceover veteran Bob Gowa has posted audio files from 93 KHJ, which in its heyday in the 1960s and 70s was a very big AM rock radio station in Los Angeles. The clip above has the on-air jingles for all of KHJ's DJs, among them Robert W. Morgan, The Real Don Steele and Sam Riddle. The voices are the Johnny Mann singers, says L.A. journalist Dennis Wilen. Gowa also posts at his site a clip of a studio band laying down on tape the station's fanfare.
KHJ DJ jingles from back in the day
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