Herb Oscar Anderson: On the Air at WOSN FM

Legendary radio jock Herb Oscar Anderson, who was the morning deejay at Musicradio WABC (770 AM) in New York City from 1960 to 1968, continues to serve up some wonderful music at his current station in Vero Beach, FL. HOA can be heard every Saturday from 2:00 – 3:00 PM on WOSN, 97.1 FM. Although the station doesn’t stream over the Net, Herb’s shows are archived on the site every week.

Herb Oscar’s radio programs are very entertaining and well formatted. He starts off each week’s show by singing his theme song, “Hello Again,” live with prerecorded music; and during the show he will sing another song or two, quite often a tune from the Big Band era. He presents songs from multiple eras and genres, mainly from the 1960s and ’70s, the recordings many of us grew up with, and quite a few of which he’d presented during his tenure at 77 WABC. You never know what you’ll hear during HOA’s broadcast; his shows are always full of pleasant surprises.

To read more about Herb, and to listen to and/or download Herb’s Saturday shows, please visit this page:

97.1 Ocean: WOSN FM.

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David Thomas Jones Guest Book

Online guestbook for Davy Jones, powered by Legacy.com.

To leave your condolences for Davy’s family and friends, visit the link below.

David Thomas Jones Guest Book: sign their guest book, share your condolences, or read their obituary at The Palm Beach Post.
David Thomas Jones: 30 Dec 1945 – 29 Feb 2012

R.I.P.

Oldies Connection: Davy Jones – Farewell, Daydream Believer

Davy Jones performing with The Monkees in Clearwater, FL, June 2011

On Wednesday, February 29, 2012, the music world suffered a tragic loss when ’60s teen idol Davy Jones died suddenly from a massive heart attack. He was 66 years old. A dual citizen of the United States and the United Kingdom, Jones was residing in Indiantown, Florida at the time of his death.

(To continue reading my tribute to Davy, please click on the link below)

via Oldies Connection: Davy Jones: Farewell, Daydream Believer.