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succeeded Chris Curtis and
did late nights, 10p-2a at WPGC in 1973-74.
went to Northwestern H.S. in Adelphi
near the U of M
a cameraman for WDCA TV-20 with the teen dance show hosted by
Kerby Scott, Wing-Ding in the 60s
Harv Moore later joined the
show as part time host
(I was in High School and so young
that when they didnt have enough kids on the show I would
give up my camera to another operator and go in front of the camera
250 watt flamethrower on Silopanna Road in Annapolis
home one afternoon I looked in my rearview mirror and it was only
then did I realize that Silopanna was Annapolis spelled backward
Voice of the Bay' - with Kerby Scott, Mervis, Brad
Summers, Bill Stoddlemire,
Linda Kelly and the bunch
was a lot of fun too
was a member of the WEAM
before WPGC, I did mornings
but so did 1,234,543
but it was there that I became 'Dave Kellogg'
did mornings at WMZQ
with Carol Parker. The Show was called "The Carol &
Kellogg Show" with one of the other WPGC guys Don
O'Bryan as the voice of Ace O'Brien sports . Later I did the
show solo with Dick Uliano news and Mike Patrick (now ESPN TV)
12 years at WMZQ
I went to mornings at XTRA
104 until 1995 when I left for Fort Myers Florida and am Group
Director of Production for Meridian Broadcasting.
Big Don O'Bryan:
stayed on the all night show one night for 3 hours Live
from Blackies because the board op went out in the hall
to use the bathroom
(it was outside of WPGCs office
space, and forgot the keys to get back in)
.locked out, the
record runs out
.Don spent hours ad-libbing, singing, interviewing
the breakfast cook, Jimmy and his magic spatula. It
was a stellar moment in broadcasting. Come to think of it, I met
my wife Lora at the Black Ulysses remote one morning
shot from 1973.
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thanks to Jonathon Wolfert of JAM
for the above).
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