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OCTOBER 12,1974.......Found this super 8mm film footage shot in downtown Montgomery by me when I was a very young radio reporter....A robbery/homicide at a downtown department store ends with a shootout and takeover of a radio station with hostages held and gunfire exchanged. Huge story in its day... Still trying to find the date this happened..early 70's I think...raw footage available at email@example.com
Jamie Ray on the radio in Alabama. Interview with DJ Fresh at 97.9 Jamz in Montgomery, AL Follow on all social media platforms! @jamieraymusic BOOKING/ FEATURES / SHOWS: Kirsten "Moon" Broussard 404-268-0882 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org IG: @Lateshowmoon
All Written by Hank Williams Except * All Demo's Hank Williams solo/gt... No Overdubs Track No.1...A Home In Heaven Recorded Circa 1947/48...UNISSUED - EP Arhoolie 45-458 (c.1960) (2.03) 2...*Freight Train Blues (Arranged by Roy Acuff) Recorded Late 1940...UNISSUED - CD Box Set (1998) (3.50) 3...Instrumental & *Happy Rovin' Cowboy (Bob Nolan) Recorded Circa 1939/40...UNISSUED - CD Box Set (1998) (5.56) 4...*I Ain't Gonna Love You Anymore (Ernest Tubb)...(WSFA Radio Show) Recorded Circa 1942...UNISSUED - CD Box Set (1998) (7.25) 5...(I'm) Going Home Recorded Spring 1949...UNISSUED - EP Arhoolie 45-458 (c.1960) (8.49) 6...I'm Not Coming Home Anymore (WSFA Radio Show) Recorded 7 Apri...
Here is a great Lux production of the classic, "The Thirty Nine Steps." This is based on the story by John Buchan and the Alfred Hitchcock movie of the same name. This production stars Robert Montgomery and Ida Lupino whereas the move starred Robert Donat and Madeleine Carroll. Please enjoy this great thriller. Please give us a thumbs up, comment and subscribe!!!!!
That Mag Radio is live every Wednesday night at 6pm to 8pm on GasHouseRadio.com. Find out more about That Mag at ThatMusicMag.com or follow us on twitter (@ThatMusicMag) Your host is Jodie E. Saueraker (@ExponentEnt) This episode features Montgomery Streets and aired on Wednesday June 18, 2014
Jon Mason, a former meteorologist, earned $91,400 a year working for the state in his role as the Director of Serve Alabama. But he might have profited more than that. Mason’s name emerged as one of the key players in the Bentley scandal after he and Rebekah Mason failed to report tens of thousands of dollars of income through consulting work. Donna Francavilla, CBS Radio News Reporter Montgomery, Alabama Created with http://tovid.io
This is an Airline Model WG-2602B AM console with record player and changer. This was a flea market find from several months back which I bought because of the 15" Jensen speaker and push-pull 6AQ5A amplifier. Being only $20, I thought what the hell, if nothing else, the parts are worth more than that. But rather than parting out for a guitar amp, this one will be returned to service as a hi-fi console. In this Part 1 video we will service the VOM (Voice of Music) record changer and check out the state of the AM radio tuner. Here's the original video from where I found it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhDzYoEDQFs
Lux Radio Theater, a long-run classic radio anthology series, was broadcast on the NBC Blue Network (1934-35); CBS (1935-54) and NBC (1954-55). Initially, the series adapted Broadway plays during its first two seasons before it began adapting films. These hour-long radio programs were performed live before studio audiences. It became the most popular dramatic anthology series on radio, broadcast for more than 20 years and continued on television as the Lux Video Theatre through most of the 1950s. Broadcasting from New York, the series premiered at 2:30pm, October 14, 1934, on the NBC Blue Network with a production of Seventh Heaven starring Miriam Hopkins and John Boles in a full-hour adaptation of the 1922–24 Broadway production by Austin Strong. The host was the show's fictional produc...