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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Stacy Taylor is Alive and Well

By Joe Nelson
   A few weeks back, I received an email from a reader titled "Is Stacy Taylor Dead"
   I simply replied "Nope. Alive and well. He is taking a Social Media respite"
   I received another email yesterday asking if I 'was sure'.

Well, after contacting Taylor, here is proof that the former SD talk show host is just fine.
 Dated March 26, 2015

   You may rest well tonight, thanks for reading SanDiegoRadio!

-Joe

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Letter From The Editor

By Joe Nelson
   SanDiegoRadio will be dark for a week or two. My mom, Carol Nelson passed away last night. I need time to focus on my family and especially my dad, seeing he has everything he needs.
   I do have the March Spotlight almost ready, so I will run that. But if you need me, please feel free. SanDiegoRadioJoe@gmail.com


Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Jack Vincent Hospitalized

By Joe Nelson
   Radio Icon Jack Vincent has been hospitalized for chest pains. Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers. More as it comes available.


RIP Jack Woods

By Joe Nelson
   Jack Woods, 'Charlie' of "Charlie and Harrigan" passed away last night. SanDiegoRadio.org sends his family condolences on the loss of a great man, and a radio legend. More when it comes available. Jack recently suffered a stroke and was recovering.

Thanks to David Manzi for this:
Remembering Jack Woods, aka "Charlie," pictured left alongside radio partner Paul Menard, aka "Harrigan." Charlie and Harrigan teamed up in 1965 and quickly rose to the top of San Diego's radio ratings, eventually taking their show national but recording specialized clips for each market so as to make the program sound local on each station. More common now, I believe they were the first to do so. As an engineer friend who worked with them said, Jeff and Jer, Hudson and Bauer, DSC and all that followed, owe Charlie and Harrigan a debt of gratitude for setting the standard of morning team radio. Recently inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame, they are the only representatives from San Diego radio. Jack Woods passed away last night following a recent stroke. He was 80 years-old.
Jack Woods, left - Paul Menard, right

Monday, March 16, 2015

Clint and Nick Make a Bet

By Joe Nelson
The new duo at KGB, Clint August and Nick Hardwick have made a bet


Lent bet details, from Clint:

Clint has to go 40 days without ice cream.

If he loses the bet he has to wear a g string and ride his Harley around San Diego during drive time traffic.


Nick has to go 40 days without coffee.

If he loses he has to wear a ballerina outfit on a busy downtown street corner for 30 minutes while twirling a sign.

Don't let Clint lose...you'll never eat again.

VISIT Clint and Nick's 101.5 KGB Page for details

Thanks for tuning in!
Joe



Thursday, March 12, 2015

Scott Kaplan Takes a Tour of Qualcomm Stadium

By Joe Nelson
   Scott Kaplan, one half of The Mighty 1090's "Scott and BR" toured the dilapidating Qualcomm Stadium, exposing the wear, tear, and aging of the nearly 50 year old structure.

   Kaplan walks the stadium with Jim Steeg, former Chargers COO, and current member of the Citizen's Stadium Advisory Group as Steeg points out the eyesores and potential problems not so easily seen on game day.
 
   See the video HERE

Thanks for tuning in to SanDiegoRadio.org
Joe

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

KSON City-wide Best-of Poll Winners Revealed

By Joe Nelson

   San Diego – March 11, 2015 –San Diego heritage Country Music Station, KSON, and Morning-Drive Show “John & Tammy in the Morning” conduct the “I’m so San Diego” awards selecting multiple best-of categories, as voted on by listeners.

   Winners were revealed on KSON this morning and were:
Best View: Point Loma Lighthouse

Best Burger: Hodad's

Best Brewery: Ballast Point

Best Winery: Bernardo Winery.

   Photos can be found at: KSON

 For more information, please contact John D’Angelo at 619-718-7174 or by email at jdangelo@kson.com. Information is also available at www.kson.com.