Tag Archives: WLS

1975

As many of you know, we’re working on our second book.  The working title is “Life After Dark.”  At this point, the game plan is for the book not to be just about us but, to largely focus on, our … Continue reading

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R.I.P. Clark Weber

Like many of us who lived in the Chicago area, I (Steve) first knew him as “Mother Weber’s Oldest.”  It was a nickname Clark Weber used from the very first time I heard him on WLS. That first time, by … Continue reading

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Elvis 42 Years Later

As I (Steve) write this, it’s August 16th, 2019.  Elvis Presley died 42 years ago.  When he died, he was 42 years old. A few thoughts 42 years on: I clearly remember the night, in 1956, when my mom and … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Day Memories

In no particular order: One year we were on WIND radio’s float, which was sponsored by Lenders bagels.  So, of course, it was our job to throw green bagels out to the crowd.  People started charging the float to get … Continue reading

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R.I.P. “Superjock”

With the passing of “Superjock,” Larry Lujack, we’ve lost a TRUE radio LEGEND and, more importantly, a GOOD man. I consider myself very fortunate to have worked with Larry, in the 70’s, at WLS. Nick Digilio asked me to share … Continue reading

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