Now Hear This! KHJ Birthday Bash with The Real Don Steele

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September 1969 Don Steele-KHJ (11:41)

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3 thoughts on “Now Hear This! KHJ Birthday Bash with The Real Don Steele

    1. Steele began his radio career working outside of L.A. at a small station, KBUC in Corona, CA then moving on to KEPR Kennewick, KIMA Yakima and KXLY Spokane; KOIL Omaha, Nebraska; KISN Portland, Oregon, and KEWB San Francisco before returning to Los Angeles to 93/KHJ, Boss Radio, in April 1965. He also appeared on TV as host of Boss City and The Real Don Steele TV Show, a show which ran from 1965 to 1975 on KHJ-TV channel 9 in Los Angeles. When the popularity of AM radio gave way to FM stereo in the 1970s, Steele continued to remain a popular personality at the station. Following the years at 93/KHJ, The Real Don Steele continued to be heard on Los Angeles radio stations, including KIQQ (K-100), KTNQ (Ten-Q), KRLA, KCBS-FM and KRTH-FM (K-Earth 101), until his death in August 1997. Wikipedia (The encyclopedia of the Interweb)

  1. Wow, a motor mouth like no other. Danny Wright may have come close at times. He made mundane songs sound great!
    Amazing station that made all others feel like slow motion.

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