Sam Lawson’s Audio Vault: Rick Dees, KIIS, Los Angeles, 1989


From the southern outskirts of Puget Sound Media, it’s Rick Dees in the Morning recorded January 20, 1989. It happens to be the Inauguration Day of George H. W. Bush and Rick has a favor to ask of the President Elect. It also includes a Commander Chuck Street airborne traffic report for anyone missing a good traffic jam.
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Author: Sam Lawson

Student engineer at pioneer Nathan Hale High radio station KNH 1210 in 1970, (prior to KNHC ), also attended LH Bates radio broadcast technician program where he obtained his First Class FCC License; Sam's career includes time as a KRKO radio personality and engineer in the mid-1970s, also KRLC in Idaho, In 1976 Sam worked overnights at KTAC (as Cory Landon), and then moved to weekends at KING. In Spokane, Sam was Program Director of Solid Gold Hits KJRB (1986). Lawson also worked as a voiceover artist and announcer at KISC FM and TV station KAYU-Spokane. He moved to LA in 1989 as an engineer and announcer at KZLA/KLAC. Also engineered for KFI, KOST, KBIG, Premiere Radio Networks, and the CBS radio cluster (now Entercom), Currently retired and living back in the northwest. View other articles by Sam Lawson

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