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'Cousin' Warren Duffy


'Cousin' Warren Duffy came to WPGC in 1966 as Program Director and afternoon man, positions he held down until 1968 when he left for sister station, WMEX in Boston. He later programmed KMET in Los Angeles. From 1994 - 2004 he did afternoons in LA at Salem's KKLA but has recently retired.



Jerry G


Jerry initially did nights with the 'Late Date show' on WPGC in 1961. Later that year he succeeded Pat McCoy in mornings, a role he continued in until leaving the station for nights at KYW in Cleveland in 1963.

In 1964 and 1965 he toured with the Beatles as a roving reporter for NBC & Group W stations to cover their concerts coast to coast.

Today, he and his wife own and operate operate two restaurants: The Greek Islands Cafe and Asaggio Pizza Pasta in San Diego's Seaport Village.



Alexander Goodfellow


'Alexander Goodfellow' was one in a long string of station DJ names concocted by General Manager, Bob Howard. A native Washingtonian, he came to WPGC in 1971 by way of WINX in Rockville. A veteran of both radio and the record industries, today Charley Lake is the Program Director KOOL / Phoenix.



Davy Jones


Davy Jones came to WPGC in 1968 by way of WBZ / Boston and held down nights through 1971 when he left for WMAL-FM. He was also the station's Music Director during this time and co-produced the Rockumentary, 'The Rock & Roll Generation' with big Wilson. Today he is with Read Street Sound in Baltimore.



'Gentleman Jim' Madison (Walt Rubin)

'Gentleman Jim' Madison was a house DJ name used at WPGC by at least four different Air Personalities. The first of these was Walt Rubin who came to the station in 1964 for part time work from the University of Maryland's WMUC. He later worked at WEAM then went to Dallas. After radio he got into Advertising and eventually moved in writing, producing and directing over 500 TV commercials. Today he is a motion picture producer based in Rome, Italy.



'Gentleman Jim' Madison (Joel Denver)


The last of the 'Jim Madisons' was Joel Denver who joined the station in 1970 from WINX in Rockville. By 1971 he was on to other stations in other markets, not the least of which was WFIL in Philadelphia.

In 1980, he turned on the new CHR in Baltimore, B104. During the latter part of the decade and into the '90's, Joel was the CHR editor for Radio & Records. He left in 1995 to start his own on line venture, All Access where he is the President to this day.



Harv Moore


Long time Morning Man, Harv Moore joined WPGC in 1963, initially to do nights until the AM signed off at dusk. In November of that year he began doing mornings, just days before the tragic assassination of JFK.

In 1995, he started a small record company, producing and recording local singers in Buffalo. In 1998, the program director of Oldies 104 (WHTT / Buffalo) coaxed him into doing a Saturday show. That led to 12n-3p Monday thru Friday. Then he was asked to be Assistant Program Director, and do 2-7p Monday thru Friday which he continues to this day.


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