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Scott Woodside - 11/29/81

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Scott Woodside joined WPGC in the Summer of 1978 from sister station Z93 in Atlanta when news guy Don O'Day left the station to return to sister station, KYAK in Provo. His easy going nature on and off the air led to an immediate chemistry with morning man, Jim Elliott from the start. The pair left WPGC for big dollars & big disappointment at Q107 in January 1982.

Heard in a rare solo performance as a DJ early one Sunday morning before American Top 40 just two months before leaving the station for Q107, Scott covers the bases with station promotional activity such as the upcoming Toys For Tots concert. That particular year's show featured Rick Springfield, Juice Newton, Quarterflash & the Spinners. Other contesting on the air at the time included tickets to see the Rolling Stones (see a WPGC Rolling Stones T-shirt).

The newly debuted third generation WPGC Money Car was on the streets. This one was a Gold (actually brown) Mercedes, complete with a radiotelephone so that Money Girl, Pam Brown could call in with news of yet another winner in the long running WPGC bumpersticker campaign.

An interesting sidelight; the unmistakable voice on the Legal ID over the opening theme of AT 40 heard at the end of this tape is none other than former WPGC morning man, Columbus who had been contracted to record station IDs by Program Director, Steve Kingston.


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