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Harv Moore 'The Boy Next Door' is a native of Pelham, New York but came to WPGC from Frankfort, Kentucky in March of 1963. Initially, he did nights till sign-off but within a few months was moved to mornings when Jerry G left for KYW in Cleveland, starting just days before the tragic JFK assassination.

Harv was also Program Director when Dean Griffith (Dean Anthony) left in November 1964 for WMCA in NY until the arrival of Cousin Warren Duffy in 1966. He also served as Music Director from 1971 when Davy Jones left for WMAL-FM but was promoted to Program Director again in 1972 when big Wilson vacated the position.

Harv continued in mornings until early in 1975 when he accepted an offer from former WPGC General Manager, Bob Howard to do mornings in Buffalo at WYSL. Today, Harv is now retired in Buffalo.



Harv Moore writes:

On Coming To WPGC:

Wayne Hetrick was the Chief Engineer. He and his wife put me up at their house until I found an apartment and could move my family to D.C. Our studios were in SE Washington in the WMA bus the spring they would paint the buses (orange and black), and the paint fumes would drift in the windows of our studios.

On Milt Grant:

When I first started at 'PGC I recorded the Milt Grant show every Thursday night. His producer was a guy named Danny (can't come up with a last name). He was a character. We had a lotta laughs. Milt was a funny guy...serious...but funny. It ran Sunday afternoons. I still have one of the tape boxes labeled "The Milt Grant Show 2:00-2:25". (Not the show...just the box). Bob Howard gave me an extra $20 a week to record the show...lotta cash in 1963...bought a lot of cigs! I was still smoking at that time (like everyone else)...$2.50 a carton!

On 'MacNamara':

In 1963, we had a newsman we called MacNamara ("MacNamara here!")....helluva voice..He lived right down the street from the radio station...real name, Ted Radomski....he used to tell me about his brother who was struggling in an off Broadway show...several years later he was a superstar...the "off Broadway show was "Hair"...Ted's brother was one of the writers - Bill Rado (Radomski).

On the multiple 'Bob Raleighs':

The "original" Bob Raleigh #1 (Rolle Ferrar) and I started at WPGC the same day in March of '63. He was working in West Palm Beach - I was in Frankfort, KY. He and I became best friends, and we still are to this day - he is my son Bill's godfather. Bob left WPGC (was forced out), went to WWDC, then WEEL in Fairfax, VA and then to WBZ in Boston. He just retired after 20 years there. I have really lost track of the other Bob Raleighs - there were several - several "Dean Griffiths", too. Last I heard, Bill Miller was in Frederick, MD at a country station.

On Dean Griffith (Dean Anthony):

Dean Griffith was very highly regarded by record company representatives. He was first to play new releases, and he broke a lot of records out of D.C. He had an amazing ear. Consequently he received a lot of "special attention" from the record companies, and was able to procure a lot of "unavailable" material. I'm sure the Program Directors and Music Directors from the other D.C. stations were scratching their heads when they saw the Evening Star Top Ten, wondering "how in the heck did he get those (Beatles songs ahead of everyone else)?"

On The JFK Assassination:

I remember vividly what happened that afternoon. Each jock had a news shift. After I got off the air at 10am I did the news for Bob Raleigh. We did the news from a little desk in the control room. I was sitting at the desk talking to Bob while he was on the air.

Eleanor, the building cleaning lady, called the radio station, and said she was watching TV, and a bulletin came across that President Kennedy had been shot. I immediately went to our teletype, and it was just coming across from UP. I tore it off and ran to the control room. I'll never forget; I sat down at the little news desk, and Bob said, "Harv, read it very slowly".

As I recall, (WPGC Program Director,) Dean Griffith (Dean Anthony) was at lunch at the time, but heard the news and returned to the station immediately. At that point he called in MacNamara to cover the story.

When it was learned that the President had succumbed, we immediately dropped format, and went to generic instrumental music, and that continued until right after the funeral. The day after shooting, the mood was obviously somber, and MacNamara and I continued to keep the listeners informed, as did the other jocks.

On The Beatles:

Re: the Beatles, I have read in several books the account of their first U.S. concert at the Washington Coliseum as to who was on the bill with them. They listed The Chiffons and Tommy Roe. A fellow DJ friend (and Beatlemaniac) had given me an "original" poster from the show, with The Chiffons and Tommy Roe listed as the opening acts. I knew this was wrong because the opening acts were Jay & The Americans and The Righteous Brothers and The Caravelles. I know, because I talked to them in the stands on the afternoon of the show.

What happened was: as we all know, there was a blizzard on the east coast, and the Beatles had to take the train from NYC to DC, instead of flying. The Chiffons and Tommy Roe couldn't make it in, so they had to get some last-minute opening acts.
Several years ago on the anniversary of the Beatles show, I had Kenny Vance of Jay & The Americans on the air with me by phone, and he verified this.

On his novelty 45, 'Interview of the Fab Four':

'Interview of The Fab Four' was Bobby Poe's idea. He recalled the Buchanan & Goodman hits of the late 50's where they took excerpts of hit songs to tell a story. I met Bobby in the Spring of '64. He had a hit with The Chartbusters', 'She's The One'.

I had written a song called, 'Breaking Hearts To Him Is Just A Game', co-written with Don "Pee Wee" Reese (Riis). Don was working with me at 'PGC at the time. I had found a couple of girls who called themselves, The Delights. They were from Hyattsville, MD. We recorded a demo at the station, and I took it to Bobby. He loved it. He placed it with Arlen Records out of Philadelphia.

Bobby and I wrote the script to 'Interview', and we recorded it at Edgewood Studios in DC. Ed Greene was the engineer. He went on to become the chief recording engineer for The Cowsills. The Chartbusters were in the studio at the same time, working on a followup to 'She's The One'. Bobby knew that I had written several songs, and he asked if I could write something really quick so that The Chartbusters could back me up.

I wrote 'I Feel So Fine' in about 20 minutes, and it sounds like it! Bobby placed the record with World Artists Records out of NYC. They were hot with Chad & Jeremy, and Reparata & The Delrons. They released it on American Arts Records. 'Interview' was out about 2 weeks, and we got a "Cease & Desist" order from Brian Epstein.

On his 45, 'I Told Santa Claus I Want You':

In 1965 I was producing records for a band called 'Nobody's Children'. I got the name from nationally renowned independent record promoter Joe Cash. The band was originally called 'Adam's Apples'. They were students at Suitland High School. I had them under contract with United Artists Records for two years. Then I produced a re-make of 'I Can't Let Go' (the Hollies hit), and placed it with Neil Bogart at Buddah Records. So, 'Nobody's Children' was then under contract for two years with Buddah.

The group did a lot of traveling. They went on a dance show in Cleveland with Greg Allman. Before they were the Allman Brothers, they were called Allman Joy. Neil Diamond released "Cherry Cherry", and the promoter for the record company offered to have him come to D.C. to do a hop for me. We chose the Manassas Armory. Neil flew in on a Saturday morning, and we rehearsed with 'Nobody's Children' at Popey's Tavern that afternoon. The group backed him up that night at the show. Neil stayed overnight at our apartment in Maryland. I saw him backstage two years later in Baltimore when he was a superstar, and then again here in Buffalo in the 80's. He rememberd me both times.

I had written a Christmas song called, 'I Told Santa Claus I Want You' with a Beach Boys sound in mind, but I had no one to record it. I rehearsed it with the guys from 'Nobody's Children' who were still under contract with United Artists Records, and we recorded it at Edgewood Studios in D.C. with engineer Ed Greene. It was 'Phil Spector meets The Beach Boys'. I was a huge fan of both. The kids did a helluva job on it. Lee Travers borrowed a glocksenspiel from Suitland High School for the production. It came out great.

I sent it to Florence Greenberg at Scepter Records, and she loved it. They released it just before Christmas in '67. Unfortunately, that was the year that stations around the country had backed off of Christmas songs. It did get played on WMCA in New York though! And, of course, Cousin Duffy played the hell out of it at 'PGC.

I produced under the name 'Phil Music'- a play on words. Back in the day we used to pad up to news time at the top of the hour with instrumental 'fill music'. The labels on UA, Buddah / Bullet and Scepter all read "Produced by Phil Music".

On the 'Crusin' 69' album:

The Cruisin' 69 tape was an actual aircheck music and all. It's a pretty amazing story of how that all came about. The only part that I had to "recreate" was the very beginning and the very end.  A friend of mine in D.C. had a music tip sheet, and he told me a guy named Howard Silvers was trying to locate me to do a Cruisin' LP. He was very persistent, so I finally called him. He said he wanted to do a Cruisin' '68 for Baltimore, and wondered if I had any tapes of myself.

I told him I never worked in Baltimore...I worked in D.C. He said, "Well, Baltimore / Washington are considered one market". I told him I would look. I really never wanted to go into my basement archives, and start searching for airchecks. I didn't really save airchecks. Again, he was persistent, so I acquiesced. The only tape I found from circa '68 was a complete aircheck from 1969. I sent it to Howard, and he loved it. The only thing I did was cut an intro and an outro here in Buffalo. The rest of it was "pristine".

On 'The Redhead(s)':

The original 'Redhead' was my wife Vicki. She used to read the school lunch menus on my show in '67 and '68. On Sunday night I would tape her reading the NFL scores. She had trouble matching up teams with their nicknames...really screwed 'em up. Fans would call me, and holler at me: "Will you please tell The Redhead that it's not the 'Kansas City Jets!".

I remember Connie Lawn. Nice lady. As she points out, she was at 'PGC for a hot minute. They kinda threw us together to see if something might work.

Joanie Fierstein came to work for us in 1972 as a receptionist. I started using her on my show doing drop-ins, and then I asked her if she could come in a little early, drive the Money Car on my show, and then come in and be on the show with me. As I got busier in my Program Director's job, I needed a secretary, so Joanie came in at 6, was on the show with me 'til 10, and then was my secretary for the rest of the day.

Fierstein was her married name. When she came to work for us in '72 she was divorced. After I moved to Buffalo, she stayed on at 'PGC for a while, but then they let her go. At one point she considered moving to Buffalo to continue her radio career, but then went to work for NASA where she still works to this day. At some point, she remarried - her last name is now Hoffman and she has a daughter.

On Bob Howard & the Sale of WPGC:

Bob Howard had a "right of first refusal" should the station ever be put up for sale. It was a signed document from Max (Mac) Richmond. When the station went on the market, and it was announced that it was being sold to the Marriotts, Bob exercised his right of first refusal. He told me that he was trying to get some backers to put a deal together.

Glenn Potter called me at about 11:00 one night...woke me and my wife out of a sound sleep...doing mornings, I was getting up at 4AM. He told me that he and the Marriotts were buying WPGC, and he wanted me to assist them in doing some "community ascertainments" that were required by the FCC.

I told him that Bob Howard was also trying to buy the station, and that I worked for him, and assisting the Marriotts would border on "treason". He said Howard did not have the financial backing to buy the station. He said, "So, you're not going to help us?" I said, "I can't".

When the Marriotts took over, I knew my days there were numbered. I was the enemy. Potter called me into his office one morning after my show, and said "things were not working out". And they weren't.

In the meantime, I had been talking to Bob Howard's attorney, Jason Shrinsky. He was putting a deal together for someone that was going to buy what became DC101 - I think the guy was "Benderson". The negotiations dragged on and on.

Bob Howard could not put the money together to buy 'PGC. The Marriotts bought him out. It was over $500,000. Bob used the money to buy two stations in Buffalo, WYSL and WPHD in Oct '74., and he asked me to move here to program the two stations. I had worked for him since 1963, so we had a good working relationship. Bob sold the stations in '89 - walked away with 4.3mil...he passed away in 1993.

On His Days Since Then:

New owners came in and cleaned house - I mean EVERYBODY - 'cept me. I stayed on for a while, but decided to move on. I was doing the morning show with my friend Bob Taylor - The Taylor & Moore Show...highly successful. We had created the mythical Land of Fa - ruled by the Fa King. We told every Fa King joke you can think of. It was hilarious if I do say so myself. (We put a CD out a coupla years ago, and it was the #1 best seller here in Buffalo for months).

Anyway, the new owners thought they were building a better mousetrap, and brought in a new morning show. I think they had 4 different hosts in 4 weeks. Taylor and I went to another station in town, but we were on in the afternoon, and the format was different.

In 1995, independent record promoter Jerry Meyers and I started a small record company, producing and recording local singers. In 1998, the program director of Oldies 104, WHTT / Buffalo coaxed me into doing a Saturday show. Then, they asked me to do 12n-3p Monday thru Friday. Then, they asked me to be Assistant Program Director, and do 10a-3p Monday thru Friday. I later did afternoons, 2-7p.

My contract was up Dec 31, 2006. They let me know in October that they were dropping Oldies, going to a "Mix" format. I wasn't comfortable with that. They asked me stay on thru March 31, 2007 during the transistion. They want me to do some weekend work and special products, but I'm just kicking back for the present time.



Mike Cohen writes:

I can tell you that Harv Moore in my opinion was more than just a WPGC Good Guy. He was a Great Guy. Harv was the consummate morning man who was entertaining and funny. Consider... Harv aired one of Washington's highest rated morning shows without a producer and without being raunchy. (Harv occasionally got "spicey" but never crossed the line. Besides, its a lot harder to be funny and clean.) Harv was and I'm sure still is a "class" act. You can count me as a big Harv Moore fan both professionally and personally.



Columbus writes:

Most things seem so much more magical in the distance than when you get there...I heard Harv Moore on WPGC when I was in high school...the time when your favorite songs have this once in a lifetime significance...its hard to live up to that...but he did....Harv was a genuinely funny guy...didn't have to prepare stuff...just talking with him the humor was so natural...and he knew how to live in a big picture kind of way... on the edge but in control... always with a feeling for the people around him...we all have regrets ...and I mean this in the best way...I don't think Harv has too many... he's really a huge talent and a humble great guy...



BD Howard writes:

My dad (General Manager, Bob Howard) hired Harv Moore out of Kentucky and he seemed to stay with him forever, very few others stayed long! My dad and I had a falling out in'71 (by then my folks had already split) and he and I didn't speak for more than a decade. When we reunited, he was in Buffalo and Harv was still the Morning Mayor. I felt as though he was perhaps stuck in a time warp. He seemed to be, next to Dick Clark, the second oldest teenager in existence.



Anita Miller ("April May') writes:

Harv let eveyone get their 15 minutes of fame every chance he got and for a man of his fame that was amazing -- no ego just the boy next door for real. He told jokes about my blueberry muffins on air: I believe they were used for door stops and paper weights. Said my parents were going to enroll me in cooking school but I burnt the application! We got a lot of mileage out of my lack of culinary skills. I had to put the fire department on danger money every time I turned on the stove!



Rick Young writes:

Glenn Potter was looking to make changes in the station from the get-go. Harv was fired in January '75. Harv was not about to take direction from him, and THAT was no secret. Plus he had a fallback deal with Bob Howard which surprisingly took some time to put together. Harv was one hell of a nice guy, that I can absolutely attest to. I remember the day well. It was snowing like hell, and Potter entered Harv's office to give him his two weeks notice. Harv said he knew it was coming, but was surprised at the timing. Anyhow, and I wasn't there, he basically said "I'm outta here now".

I remember seeing Harv's office after he had left, and wondered what else was coming down. Barry Richards had this gig on Channel 20, and Harv and the Redhead were guests periodically during the transition to Buffalo. Then he was gone, and Joanie dropped off the map. There was a kind of real sadness as to what had transpired during my almost one year there. Morale had plummeted after the sale, and the Mormons were a disaster. They knew nothing about how to treat people, or about the radio business.




A very young Harv in 1963!


Business Card

The Morning Mayor in 1965

Good guy DJ
in the '60's

The boy next
door in 1970

In Teen Life Magazine

With Dean Griffith #2 (Hank Burdick)

Studio Shots,1971

An ear for the
hits in 1971

With new control board in March '72

Mister Music in library, 1973

With Prog. Asst. Anita in 1973

With a record guy

With Big Wilson
in 1973

With Joe Namath in 1973

With David Gates in 1973

With Big Wilson, 

Bob Raleigh (Bill Miller) & Winners

Passin' Out the Cash with 'Big Money' in 1973

Keepin' the Cash Comin'
in 1973

With a 'Big Money' contest winner in 1973

Still another 'Big Money' contest winner in 1973

With Jim Collins, 
? & Columbus

With Billy Kilmer in 1973

With 'The Redhead' in 1973

w/Levi's Gremlin
winner in 1973

Ridin' high at the circus in 1973

w/Jim Collins & Bob Raleigh (Bill Miller) in 1974

With Kash for Kids Guy in 1974

Before station sale, in 1974



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"Deciding What Goes In Your Ears"
© The Washington Post - 06/18/72  



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Harv Moore Wakes Up Washington

© The Sunday Star TV Magazine
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'Air Force Bombards DC'

© The Washington Post

'Public Apology'

© The Washington Star


'WPGC AM/FM IS No.1 Again'

© Broadcasting Magazine, 05/27/74





'Interview of the Fab Four'

'I Feel So Fine'


'I Told Santa Claus I Want You'


'Cruisin' 1969' LP - Front

'Cruisin' 1969' LP - Back


'Together Gold' LP - Front

'Together Gold' LP - Back


Business Card

Personality Profile


Big Cash Winner - 1972

Air Personalities, 1974



Sound Files


08/24/63 - 12:26
01/06/65 - 22:28
01/07/65 - 14:50
04/01/66 - 4:28
04/01/67 - :52
05/27/69 - 27:13
09/11/69 - 31:49
12/31/71 - 27:59 - Rock & Roll Generation 1961
12/31/71 - 27:53 - Rock & Roll Generation 1962
12/31/71 - 20:45 - Rock & Roll Generation 1963
04/12/72 - 14:53
August 1972 - 2:05 - Missing W
10/10/72 - 1:46
December 1972 - 2:40

1973 - 3:09 - with The Redhead

10/01/73 - 3:11




09/11/69 - :59
03/11/70 - 3:39
01/01/71 - 2:21




05/67 Balloon Buster 1 - 2:01
1973 Fantasy Baseball - 1:25
10/01/73 Cash Kick Off - :57





Morning Mayor - © PAMS 'The Jet Set' - :13


© Spot Productions 'Thatman' - :07


Jock Cut © PAMS 42a - :01

(Special thanks to Jonathon Wolfert for the above).




07/10/66 Patriotic Reminder - :16
08/30/66 Got An FM Radio? - :18
01/01/67 Happy New Year - :15

Chinese New Year 1 (with Cousin Duffy) - :40


Chinese New Year 2 (with Cousin Duffy) - :40


Club News (w/ Marv Brooks
& Bob Raleigh [Bill Miller]) - :38


Dial-A-Good-Guy Line (with Cousin Duffy) - :21


GO Magazine (Slobovia) (w/Cousin Duffy) - :47


Irish Eyes Contest (with Marv Brooks) - :37


April Fools Day Contest (w/Cousin Duffy) - :37


Playboy Club (with Cousin Duffy) - :41


Club News (w/ Marv Brooks
& Bob Raleigh [Bill Miller]) - :32

03/26/67 GO Magazine - :16

Good Guys Sweatshirt (with Cousin Duffy) - :33

04/01/67 Fathead Contest - :10
04/01/67 Bogus Prize - :21
01/01/68 Lucky Birthday Game (with Cousin Duffy) - :27
12/31/68 School Salute - :35
07/20/69 Name It & Claim It - :34
01/31/73 Phono Phunnies (with Johnny Jones) - :28

Musical Mystery Tour Winner
(with Jim Collins) - :36



1964 Jock Roll Call (with Dean Griffith (Dean Anthony), Bob Raleigh (Rolle Ferrar),
Jerry G & Don Pee Wee Reese) - :32
02/4/67 Request-O-Matic Solicit - :14
03/26/67 Best Bet of the Week - :13
1969 Request-O-Matic Solicit - :13
01/01/70 Top 100 of 1969 Stager 1 - :04
01/01/70 Top 100 of 1969 Stager 2 - :05




Coke - :28
Safeway - :30
Coke - :26
Coke (Supremes) - :33
Dodge - :54
Pepsi - :30
Tab Soda - :35
McDonalds - :47
Tanya - 1:01
07/20/69 Charlie Cooper Citgo 1 - :16
07/20/69 Charlie Cooper Citgo 2 - :09

Lustine Chevrolet (with Marv Brooks) - 1:05

Cope Ford - :29
Safeway - :35
04/10/72 1320 Club - :56



Miscellaneous Audio

03/63 Harv's arrival in DC soon at WPGC! - :16
08/24/63 Angels Artist ID - :07
1964 'Interview of the Fab Four' record - 1:59
1964 'I Feel So Fine' song - 2:12
01/06/65 You're A Doll Drop - :04
1969 The 'Cruisin' 1969' On-Air Re-creation - 14:51
12/71 Top 100 of 1971 Playlist Tease - :22

Where's Charlie Forbes Bit
(with The Redhead) - :26


Obscene Phone Call Bit

(with The Redhead) - 1:13

08/72 Missing W Clue 21 - :06
09/72 Missing W Winner - 6:59

Harv Moore on:
Alexander Goodfellow & Bryan Lawrence - :13


Harv Moore on: Bob Raleigh (Bill Miller) - :20


Harv Moore on: Columbus - :12


Harv Moore on: Jim Collins - :27


Harv Moore on: Johnny Jones - :09


Harv Moore on: The Redhead - :24

12/72 Harv Moore on: His show's characters - 1:11
12/72 Harv Moore on: FM Penetration in DC - :34

Harv Moore on: Anita Miller - :33


Harv Moore on: Bill Prettyman - :39


Harv Moore on: Bryan Lawrence - :11


Harv Moore on: Columbus - :11


Harv Moore on: Dave Kellogg - :17


Harv Moore on: Jim Collins' Circus Family - :26


Harv Moore on: Jim Collins' Fat Girlfriend - :18

1973 Harv sings 'Little Red Book' - 2:21
1973 Tailor Made Suit bit - :34

Boycott Meat bit (with The Redhead) - :23


French Bread bit 1 (with The Redhead) - 1:24


French Bread bit 2 (with The Redhead) - 1:30


French Bread bit 3 (with The Redhead) - :57


French Bread bit 4 (with The Redhead) - 1:07


French Bread bit 5 (with The Redhead) - 2:06

1973 Mr. Fix It French Bread bit - 2:18
1973 Mr. Fix It Weiner Skins bit - 2:01

2nd Annual WPGC Thanksgiving Day Parade:
Harv Moore & Redhead bit
(Dave Foxx) - 1:56


With Marv Brooks from WXTR on:
Harv coming to town in 1963 - 1:06


With Barry Richards from WXTR on:
Harv's history WPGC - 1:16


With a listener from WXTR on:
The first studio location - :39


With Jack Fisher of WEAM from WXTR on:
The Beatles - :54


From WXTR on:
His records - :49


With Marv Brooks from WXTR on:
Obscure local records (including Harv's!) - :18


With Jack Fisher of WEAM from WXTR on:
The advent of FM - :44


With Jack Fisher of WEAM from WXTR on:
The missing 'W' contest - :28


With Marv Brooks from WXTR on:
Missing 'W' contest & Bob Howard - :57


With Marv Brooks from WXTR on:
Production, Bob Howard & sweatshirts - :56


With Marv Brooks from WXTR on:
Bob Howard & Lustine Chevrolet spots - 1:55


With Marv Brooks & Barry Richards from WXTR on: Lustine spot & Max Richmond - 1:29


With Marv Brooks from WXTR on:
Marv coming to town, & 'house' DJ names - 1:23


With Marv Brooks from WXTR on:
'House' DJ names & Larry Justice - 1:50


With Marv Brooks from WXTR on:
Marv's embarrasing moment - :57


With Marv Brooks from WXTR on:
Bathroom records & Cousin Duffy - 1:48


With Barry Richards & Davy Jones from WXTR on: The 'Together Gold' album - 1:46


With Marv Brooks from WXTR on:
Would they do it all over again - :46


Dean Griffith (Dean Anthony) on:
Morning Mayors- Jerry G & Harv Moore
- :37


Dean Griffith (Dean Anthony) on:
Harv Moore
- :32



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