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TV icon Mary Tyler Moore “made it” after all!

January 30, 2017 [Monday]
Issue #1586
by Jim Rose

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Mary Tyler Moore (Photo: Biography.com)

Mary Tyler Moore (Photo: Biography.com)



Mary Tyler Moore (Photo: PBS)

Mary Tyler Moore (Photo: PBS)

On December 29, 1936 Mary Tyler Moore comes to life in Brooklyn, NY. From 1961-66, Laura Petrie mesmerizes us single guys as the perfect wife in The Dick Van Dyke Show.

In 1969. as a nun she falls for Elvis Presley in Change of Habit. From 1970-77, Mary Tyler Moore turn us on again with her smile as Mary Richards in The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

On January 25, 2017 the 5′ 7″ Mary Tyler Moore leaves this life at 80 [1]in Greenwich Hospital in Greenwich, CT.

Video: MTM talks about her role as “Sam” on Richard Diamond, PI

Video: This clip from a public domain kinescope stars a very young (17 y/o) Mary Tyler Moore.

Video: MTM as Laura Petrie on the Dick Van Dyke Show

Video: The Mary Tyler Moore Show “You’ve got spunk”

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Video: MTM Show opening theme by Sonny Curtis “Love Is All Around”


Butch Trucks in 2007 (Photo: Wikipedia)

Butch Trucks in 2007 (Photo: Wikipedia)

Claude Hudson [Butch] Trucks, dynamic drummer and founding member of the Allman Brothers Band on more than two dozen live and studio albums including the historic At Fillmore East album and Classic single Ramblin’ Man.

In 1995, Trucks inducts into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, along with Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Johanson and the late Duane Allman and Berry Oakley. On Tuesday, January 24, 2017 Claude Trucks passes away at 69 [2] in West Palm Beach, FL.

Video: Butch Trucks on the origins of the Allman Brothers’ dual drumming


Musburger ESPN

Brent Musburger, one-time minor league baseball umpire attends Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism and works for the Chicago American as a sportswriter.

Musburger’s broadcast career begins as Sports Director of Chicago’s WBBM-Radio and TV and the start of 22-years with CBS. The 77-year-old Brent Musburger ends his play-by-play career [3] with ABC/ESPN on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 to focus on his new sports betting network in Las Vegas, NV.

Video: Brent has an eye for A. J. McCarron’s girlfriend


When faded Pop star Madonna mentions blowing up the White House at the Women’s March in Washington, DC. on Saturday, January 21, 2017 it stirs up controversy. A former Madonna fan says: I am burning all my Madonna CDs and dumping all Madonna MP3 audio. A Texas radio station takes it a little bit farther. When Classic Hits KTTY FM (Hits 105) New Boston-Texarkana, TX drops Madonna [4] from their playlist nearly every major publication picks it up. Groovy!

TRIVIA QUESTION: Who is the first female Program Director in New York City radio? The answer appears below.


•JOHN DEPETRO Rhode Island Talk host returns to radio on January 25, 2017 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm on WADK-1540 Newport a little more than a month after he exits Cumulus Media WPRO-630 Providence. •SID ROSENBERG & BERNARD MCGUIRK both give high signs for new three-year pacts to the Bernie & Sid 9:00 am to 12:00 noon program on Cumulus WABC-770 New York City. •STEVE GRANATO takes over Randy Savage’s PD post of Renda Broadcasting’s Fort Myers-Naples, FL cluster.


•1956 KRMA TV PBS CH 6 in Denver, CO begins broadcasting on January 30th. •1968 LISA MARIE PRESLEY born to Elvis and Priscilla Presley on February 1st at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, TN. •1973 KISS’ 1st Rock concert on January 30th at Coventry Club in Queens, NY. •1988 RANDY TRAVIS’ Always And Forever is his first Double-Platinum album on January 29th. •1997 MINUTEMAN III LGM-30G launches from Vandenberg on January 30th. ‎•2006 TOBY KEITH’s single Whiskey Girl goes Gold on January 30th.


JACK PARNELL [ex PD/DJ WHBQ-] (Memphis, TN) Subject: Marvell Thomas. Jim: Another member of the Rufus Thomas family died yesterday (January 23). at age 75 years. He was not only a fabulous keyboardist but also a great composer and arranger. He was also a producer for other performers, and much of his work was done at Ardent Studios, here in Memphis. I didn’t know him well, but his father Rufus and I were good friends. He leaves 2 sisters, Carla, who was named “The Memphis Queen” after her international hit “Gee Whiz”, and his other his other sister Vaneese, who is also a singer, who in 1987 had the hit single “Let’s Talk It Over”. Their mother, Lorene Thomas is also still living in Memphis. For many years, the Thomas family has been revered by people around the world. Jack Parnell-former WHBQ dj/program director-Memphis Tn. BTW, Jim, you can get more info about their lives and talents at http://www.memphisdowntowner.com/my2cents-pages/Marvell-Thomas.html

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LIZ PATRANELLA [Liz Houston – KTSA-550, KBAT-680] (Austin, TX) Subject: Bobby Reyes Update. I received a text message on Saturday with this photo and the message: “Bobby able to get outside today to enjoy the sunshine.” This is good news. And it is wonderful to see Bobby’s face! Please keep him in your prayers. Liz

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MARY STODDARD [Sam on KVIL FM 1964] (Dallas, TX) Subject: KVIL Pioneered The Role of Female DJs in Broadcasting in 1964. Hi Jim: KVIL REMEMBERED For Its Historical Advancement of Female Broadcasters: KVIL FM 103.7 made Broadcasting History when it was the first station in Texas to hire a Female DJ, KVIL’s Girl-Named-Sam, to take the Midnight to Dawn, “Nightlight” spot, sponsored by Braniff Airways, in 1964. KVIL will always be remembered fondly by me, as the 1st station in Dallas to hire a Female DJ (1964) to go on the air in a Major Texas Market. I consider it a great Honor to have been the one they chose for this historical event. Ours was the #1 rated show in its timeslot (Midnight to Six daily), and was featured in a national magazine’s (TV RADIO MIRROR Oct. 1965) photo shoot & article. I worked with Legendary Ron Chapman at KLIF, earlier in ’64, but left when offered the job at KVIL. My friend, Ron followed me there a few years later. With Gratitude — Mary SAM Stoddard “The SAMMY” Award, TX Radio Hall of Fame, created to recognize the contributions of Women Broadcasters in Texas, since 1964. Mary Nash Stoddard

JOANIE GREEN [KPRC TV CH 2, KZEW FM, KFWD FM, KNOK FM, KAUM FM, KILT FM, KNUZ-1230, Metro Traffic, Houston Taping for the Blind] (Tulsa, OK) Hi Jim, I played jazz from midnight to 6 on KNOK ~ I was the only honkie on the soul station and the program director told me to be prepared for reverse discrimination. I had to go to Sound Warehouse to buy jazz records, do research, etc. Highest compliment I ever got was from a black lady who called me and said, “You don’t play music like a white girl!” Take care and talk with you soon. Joan

TRIVIA ANSWER: On January 22, 1960, WMCA-570 promotes itself by stressing its on-air personalities, The Good Guys, led by program director Ruth Meyer, who is the first female to hold that position in New York City radio.

CHARLES GEORGE [KC5RAI – ex KCHU FM] (Dallas, TX) Tonight I heard a song, Please Don’t Take Her She’s I’ve Got. It was heard on KKYX (680) after they mentioned a 104.9, I first remembering hearing the song on KCWM 99.5. I see KVIL 103.7 has changed Formats. Not that I will listen that much to them. I prefer their HD-2 program of Light Jazz more than current Pop/Rock except if out hearing it Live. 73, KC5RAI

JOHNNY PAYCHECK (May 31, 1938 – February 19, 2003) Let me tell you now, friend Don’t take her, she’s all I’ve got.

Jim Rose and Suzie
Houston, Texas – Laus Deo

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