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Ever since I was a kid, I’ve LOVED radio!  The passion began when my parents gave me an inexpensive Lloyds AM pocket transistor for my 3rd birthday back in 1967.  I spent 16 years on the air before hanging up my headphones in 1999.  There’s a few brief airchecks of me here, if you’re interested.  I might even do it again someday if the right opportunity were to present itself.  Who knows?  But I figured that since I have Drew’s Radio Site, it would be fun to create a little “corner” where we could listen, reminisce, and talk radio.  Everybody is entitled to have one guilty indulgence in life, right?

If you have thoughts or suggestions on how to make this website better, I’d love to hear from you.  If you’ve just found this site and are enjoying it, I’d like to know that, too. Drop me a note and let me know ‘where you’re pickin’ up the broadcast!’ Feel free to comment below the individual articles or e-mail me: cheapolife@gmail.com. I will respond as soon as I am able. Please DO NOT use this e-mail address for spam or add it to mailing lists without permission.

Drew’s Radio Site is not affiliated with any of the stations or companies mentioned on this website. In no way does Drew’s Radio Site claim to represent or own their trademarks or products. Any trademarks appearing on this website are the exclusive property of their owners. My opinions are my own.

2 thoughts on “About / Contact

  1. Erin

    Hi, Drew! I’ve been trying to reach you about your incredible collection of CB radio recordings from Apple Valley! Please be in touch!

  2. Kjell Johansen

    My mother (Franketta “Peachy” Dutton from Wilton) won a talent contest some time back in the late ’20s or early ’30s. The prize was her own radio program on KFYR. She sang requested songs. I think her saying her piano player was Skitch Henderson or another pianist who later became an early band leader on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. Do you have any info on my mother’s KFYR radio program. Perhaps there is something in KFYR’s legal records because she told me the show was canceled after they found out they had to pay royalties on the songs she sang.


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