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DATE POSTED

9/3/2018

JOHN HINES FINAL REGULAR SHOW ON WCCO-AM

WCCO-AM (830) - John Hines broadcasts his final regular show (from the WCCO Radio Broadcast Center at the Minnesota State Fair) on

September 3, 2018 and is joined by many special guests including Bob Berglund, Tom Barnard and others.  (14 MB) -   (28 MB) - (29 MB).

8/28/2018

WCCO-FM (1982) - Video

Tim Russell Carl Lensgraf

PM Magazine

WCCO-FM  (1981) - Photo

The Rude Awakening

Tim Russell, Carl Lensgraf

(Provided by Curt Lundgren)

REMEMBERING CARL LENSGRAF

We have learned that Carl Lensgraf, who previously worked at WCCO-FM, WCCO-AM and KSTP-FM (KS95), has passed away.

1974

WYOO-AM: (aka Carl Lensgraf) - 14 MB phil hartman death photos 2018 (provided by Curt Lundgren)

9/18/1976

WCCO-FM: - 23 MB - (provided by Curt Lundgren)

1977

WCCO-FM: 5MB - (provided by Curt Lundgren)

 

4/22/1982

WCCO-FM: "" with Tim Russell and Carl Lensgraf - 23 MB (provided by )

1987

KSTP-FM: Carl Lensgraf and Michael J. Douglas. Plus weather with Karen Filloon and traffic with Art Reeder - 17 MB - 15 MB

3/31/2018

SAYING GOODBYE TO KLBB-AM (1220 AM STILLWATER, MN)

KLBB ceased broadcasting on March 31 as the 3.6 acres of land in Stillwater, which has been the location of the station's radio tower, has been sold.

KLBB-AM (1220) - Stan Turner's final Wolf Brewing All Request Show

broadcast on March 30, 2018           (25-28 MB files)

KSTP-TV Coverage KARE-TV Coverage

KLBB-AM - before the station signed-off including an announcement by the owner, Dan Smith -  March 31, 2018 - 5 MB

1/16/2018

MINNESOTA VIKINGS - "MIRACLE AT THE MET" - 1980

WCCO-AM (830) - Minnesota Vikings play-by-play call of Tommy Kramer's "Hail Mary" pass to Ahmad Rashād resulting in a dramatic win over Cleveland on December 14, 1980 - 1 MB (provided by Steve Aggergaard).

Steve Aggergaard writes:: "As I recall the story, Grady jumped out of his chair and dropped his headset on the press box's floor. The thumping sound you hear is Grady fishing around for his headset while trying to watch the field."

1/14/2018

With the false alarm of a missile heading to Hawaii that took place on January 13, 2018, we are reminded of the Big EBS (Emergency Broadcast System) mistake that took place in 1971.

WCCO-AM (830) - - A rare recording - as it sounded on WCCO during the Howard Viken Show on February 20, 1971 with follow-up reports and coverage on 'CCO Radio and CBS Radio. See below for more details. - 6 photos MB

WOWO-AM (1190 Fort Wayne, IN) - February 20, 1971  (courtesy of the )

On the morning of Saturday, February 20, 1971, Wayland S. Eberhardt, a civilian teletype operator, was going about his routine duties at the National Emergency Warning Center at Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado. One of the functions of “the Mountain” during this era was to send out the weekly Emergency Broadcast System (EBS) test directive to the nation’s radio and television stations. They were also responsible for sending out the real warning. When stations received these messages they compared it against a card to determine what action to take. At 7:33 a.m. local time on that fateful Saturday, Mr. Eberhardt, a fifteen-year veteran of his job, fed the wrong tape into the transmitter. He was later quoted by the New York Times as saying “I can’t imagine how the hell I did it.”.

1/6/2018

Below are breaking news airchecks of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings as heard on WCCO Radio. Twenty children between six and seven years old and six adult staff members were fatally shot. These recordings are very difficult to listen to, which is why they were not previously posted. Due to many requests, and for historical purposes, they are posted below. President Obama's news conference can be heard near the end of audio segment #3.

WCCO-AM (830) - WCCO and CBS breaking news coverage of the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut on December 14, 2012.          (mp3 file sizes between 26 to 29 MB)

11/26/2017

 

WDGY-AM (1130) - from January 6, 1958 - 9 MB (provided by Helen Diehl and Tom Oszman

of )

Includes commercials for Hi-Spot Lemon Soda from Canada Dry, Dodge Dealers and Red Devil Soot Remover.

A wonderful tribute to Bill Diehl has been posted on RadioTapes' Facebook page by Richard Bann.

11/5/2017

REMEMBERING CHUCK LILLIGREN (1928-2017)

It is with sadness that we report the death of former WCCO Radio personality and farm director, Chuck Lilligren. Chuck passed away on November 3, 2017. Chuck’s career included nearly 24 years at WCCO-AM as their Farm Director. Afterwards, Chuck worked at KSTP-AM and KLBB-AM.

WCCO-AM (830) - with the Pioneer Seed Spotlight, live from Farm City Day broadcast in

Hutchinson, MN on November 22, 1982 - 5 MB

WCCO-AM (830) - Complete Farm City Day broadcast from Hutchinson, MN on November 22, 1982

including Chuck Lilligren, Roger Erickson, Curt Zimmerman, Bill Endersen, Dean Spratt, Denny Long, Joyce Lamont, Ray Christensen and others including                  (mp3 files range 21-28 MB)

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WCCO-AM (830) - Morning show with on Feb. 2, 1984 -13 MB (provided by Todd Kosovich)

WCCO-AM (830) - Weather report with - Undated -1 MB

10/31/2017+

VIDEOS

Reports on Roger Erickson's passing on

WCCO-TV: 5 am, Noon,

5 pm, 6 pm & 10 pm newscasts - 10/31/2017

Reports on Roger Erickson's passing on KARE-TV:

11 am, 4 pm & 5 pm

newscasts

10/31/2017

Reports on Roger Erickson's passing on

KMSP-TV FOX 9: 5:30 pm & 6 pm newscasts - 10/31/2017

Story on Roger Erickson's passing

TPT Almanac

11/3/2017

Roger Erickson - 1998

"This is Your Life" video

Roger Erickson school closings WCCO-TV 1/18/96

(rough video quality)

KARE-TV WCCO-TV KSTP Roger Erickson retires 1988

Roger Erickson interviews

his pig, Sheldon - 2004

WCCO-AM - 2009

Aired on TPT Almanac

Boone/ Erickson - 50 yrs

WCCO-AM - 1994

Good Morning Show 1994 Roger Erickson - KMSP-TV

WCCO-AM

Aired on KARE-TV

1987

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WCCO-AM -

Aired on KARE-TV

1988

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WCCO-AM - 1984

Aired on WCCO-TV

60 Years Strong

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WCCO-AM

Aired on KARE-TV

Boone & Erickson - 1987

PHOTOS

(Star Tribune)

REMEMBERING ROGER ERICKSON (1928-2017)

It is with sadness that we report the death of former WCCO Radio personality, Roger Erickson. Roger passed away on October 29, 2017.

The man who made school closing announcements an art form, Roger Erickson may be best remembered as a member of one of the most successful partnerships in Minnesota radio. He grew up on a farm near Winthrop and studied speech and theater at the University of Minnesota, where he appeared in productions such as Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" and wrote and produced programs for in-school listening at the university station, KUOM. He joined WAVN Stillwater in 1951, served two years in the US Army, returned to WAVN, and moved to WCCO-AM in 1959, serving as an announcer, and also appearing as "Bozo the Clown" on WCCO-TV. For many years listeners woke up with his 5:00 AM program. In 1961 he hosted an afternoon show airing just before Charlie Boone's program. The two began to chat and trade jokes on each other's shows, and a great radio team was born. "Boone and Erickson" was a perfect vehicle for his storytelling, acting, and writing talents, and for many years was one of the most popular programs in the region. After years of getting up before 4:00 AM, Roger retired in 1998, but remained active in numerous community activities and events. (Roger Erickson tribute courtesy of the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting).

Services have been set for longtime WCCO Radio personality Roger Erickson, who died at age 89.His daughter, Tracy Anderson, says his memorial service will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 10, at the Lafayette Club in Orono. She expects people who worked with him will be speaking. It will be open to the public. Erickson died of natural causes at his home in Plymouth on Monday after fighting dementia for around 10 years. He ruled Minnesota’s morning airwaves along with on-air WCCO partner Charlie Boone for 38 years before he retired in 1998. The Erickson family requests that instead of flowers, memorials go to the theater or agricultural departments at the University of Minnesota, or a department of the donor’s choice. (Associated Press)

All airchecks/recordings from WCCO-AM (830) unless noted.

Roger Erickson announcing school closings on Jan. 18, 1996 (audio of the above video)  16 MB   20 MB

("Swing That Music")

Boone & Erickson Skits and More - From the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s

gives Boone & Erickson interview coaching

Christmas Special

: Minnesota bars closed on Sundays

: Lyndon Johnson/Barry Goldwater election

: Johnson/Goldwater election

from the Minnesota State Fair

AIRCHECKS

5/7/1963

. Roger and Charlie present their show in a fun Shakespeare style. - 10 MB

12/4/1972

Roger Erickson and Charlie Boone

9/7/1976

Top of the Morning Show with Roger Erickson and Maynard Speece - 15 MB - 15 MB

(provided by Bill Lund, Digital on Location, Woodbury, MN)

1980

Roger Erickson and Charlie Boone - 1980

10/31/1984

Roger Erickson and Charlie Boone- skit - Charlie and Roger crack up in this aircheck - 6 MB 

(provided by Todd Kosovich)

October 1987

Minnesota Twins 1987 World Series Victory Parade including Charlie Boone and Roger Erickson

broadcasting live from the WCCO Radio van at the front of the parade, Howard Viken, Ruth Koscielak, Herb Carneal, John Gordon, John Rooney, Harmon Killebrew, Bruce Hagevik, Eric Eskola, Jan Jirak, Dean Spratt, John Lundell and others.                 (mp3 files range from 26 to 29 MB)

1990

Boone & Erickson - skit (The Iron Ranger was a parody on Minnesota Governor

Rudy Perpich) - 3 MB (provided by Mark Durenberger)

3/21/1990

Scoped Demo - 5 MB

1/10/1998

Final Boone & Erickson Show / Roger Erickson retires - 21 MB - 31 MB

11/17/2010

KYMN-AM (1080 AM Northfield, MN) Wayne Eddy interviews Roger Erickson

10 MB - 15 MB - 13 MN - 10 MB

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10/31/2017

including a montage of recordings - 7 MB

10/31/2017

reminisce about Roger Erickson - 11 MB

10/31/2017

, remember Roger Erickson - 6 MB

10/31/2017

reminisce about Roger Erickson - 8 MB

10/31/2017

reminisce about Roger Erickson - 7 MB

10/31/2017

broadcast during the Al Malmberg Show - 5 MB

10/31/2017

Roger's daughter, - 7 MB

10/31/2017

KNOW-FM (91.1) - 7 MB

10/31/2017

KQRS-FM (92.5) - 2 MB

10/31/2017

KSTP-AM (1500) - 5 MB (courtesy of Jacob Hammond)

11/1/2017

KLBB-AM (1220) Roger's daughter, - 11 MB

MINNESOTA HOSPITAL EPISODES

- 4 MB

- MN State Fair - (Herb Carneal, John

Gordon, Paul Flatley) - 9 MB

- WCCO Radio Marketing Department - 7 MB

- 3 MB

- MN State Fair - 9 MB

- MN State Fair - 5 MB

- Broadcast from Willmar - 5 MB

- 4 MB

- Broadcast from Winthrop, MN - 6 MB

- 5 MB

- 4 MB

- John Gordon - 4 MB

- MN State Fair William Christopher - 5 MB

- 4 MB

- 4 MB

- 4 MB

- Live audience - 6 MB

- Broadcast from New Ulm, MN - 9 MB

PHOTOS

9/17/2017

DON VOGEL - MORE THAN 25 AIRCHECKS

The Round Mound of Sound, The Swami, Howard Cosell and Willie Griffin are just some of the names that were synonymous with the very talented talk show host and leader of the Don Squad, Don Vogel. Don worked at KSTP-AM from 1984-1987 and 1992-1995. Don passed away in 1995.

9/2/2017

JESSE VENTURA - ACTUAL INTERVIEWS AND PARODY SKITS

KSTP-AM (1500) - Jesse Ventura Show - 1995 - 15 MB - 14 MB (provided by Aircheckairwaves)

KFAN-AM (1130) - - The day after he was elected Governor of Minnesota on November 4, 1998 - 25 MB

KNOW-FM (91.1) - Interview with Gary Eichten on January 5, 1999 - 23 MB - 22 MB (provided by Bryan Olson)

WCCO-AM (830) - on January 21, 1999 - 11 MB (provided by Bryan Olson)

KQRS-FM (92.5) - Parody Skits:  -  -  -  -

(mp3 files 1 to 2 MB) (some skits contain adult language)

8/24/2017

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KXXR-FM (93.7 - 93X) - Patrick Olsen - Various airchecks/demos from around 2010 - - - (mp3 files range from 2-3 MB)

8/20/2017

JERRY LEWIS AND DEAN MARTIN ON WCCO RADIO

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WCCO-AM (830) - WCCO's Cedric Adams interviews in 1952 - 7 MB

8/19/2017 (updated on 8/25/2017, 9/1/2017, 9/10/2017)

WCCO'S MINNESOTA HOSPITAL - 13 NEW EPISODES ADDED!

WCCO-AM (830) - A collection of Minnesota Hospital skits with Charlie Boone, Roger Erickson, Dave Lee, Sid Hartman,

Eric Eskola, Mike Lynch, Tim Russell, Mike Max, Herb Carneal, John Gordon, Paul Flatley, Roger Strom, John Rash, WCCO Marketing Department, and more.

  • - 4 MB
  • - MN State Fair - (Herb Carneal, John Gordon, Paul Flatley) - 9 MB
  • - WCCO Radio Marketing Department - 7 MB
  • NEW - 3 MB
  • - MN State Fair - 9 MB
  • - MN State Fair - 5 MB
  • NEW - Broadcast from Willmar - 5 MB
  • NEW - 4 MB
  • - Broadcast from Winthrop, MN - 6 MB
  • NEW - 5 MB
  • NEW - Undated - 4 MB
  • NEW - John Gordon - 4 MB
  • - MN State Fair with William Christopher - 5 MB
  • NEW - 4 MB
  • NEW - 4 MB
  • - 4 MB
  • NEW - Live audience - 6 MB
  • - Broadcast from New Ulm, MN - 9 MB
  • - MN State Fair - 13 MB
  • - MN State Fair - 10 MB
  • - MN State Fair - 11 MB
  • - MN State Fair - 12 MB
  • - MN State Fair - 10 MB
  • - MN State Fair - 9 MB
  • - MN State Fair - 12 MB
  • - MN State Fair - 10 MB
  • - MN State Fair - 6 MB
  • - MN State Fair - 14 MB
  • NEW - MN State Fair - 14 MB
  • NEW - MN State Fair - 13 MB

Minnesota Hospital - 1 MB

8/11/2017

(updated on 8/26/2017 with interviews with John Tesh, Bobby Goldsboro and Baby from Dinosaurs)

(updated on 8/27/2017 with Lassman/Chucker interview in 2014)

(updated on 9/2/2017 with The Chucker interviewing John Chancellor and gets radio tips from a DJ named Steve)

100 CELEBRITY INTERVIEWS WITH

"THE CHUCKER" as heard on KQRS-FM (92.5)

 

Thanks to John Lassman and Tom Oszman of

for many of these hilarious recordings of The Chucker

on P-P-Power 92! 

Mp3 file sizes range from 2 to 5 MB

 

Interview with John Lassman (The Chucker) on the KQRS Morning Show

on March 21, 2014 - 29 MB - 30 MB - 22 MB

8/5/2017

Breaking news coverage: Minnehaha Academy Explosion on August 2, 2017

WCCO-AM (830) - 28 MB - 27 MB - 37 MB

KNOW-FM (91.1) - - 27 MB

KTLK-AM (1130) - - 2 MB (provided by Jacob Hammond)

7/30/2017

7/19/2017

                                        

REMEMBERING BILL DIEHL

It is with sadness that we report the death of former WDGY and WCCO Radio personality, Bill Diehl.

WDGY-AM (1130):

1/6/1961

- 23 MB

7/10/1963

- 8 MB (provided by Phil Kitchen) -

February 1964

Bill Diehl interviews from The Trashmen (a popular 1960s Twin Cities rock & roll band) - 5 MB

5/30/1964

- 5 MN (provided by Curt Lundgren)

WCCO-AM (830):

12/30/1977

Announcement of the death of Halsey Hall with Bill Diehl interviews with Calvin Griffith, Paul Giel, Charlie Johnson, Rollie Johnson and Dr. E.W. Ziebarth.  28 MB  - 28 MB (provided by Bill Lund, Digital on Location, Woodbury, MN)

6/16/1979

- 10 MB

12/20/1981

(post-game show) with Bill Diehl, Paul Flatley, Paul Giel & Dick Enroth - 20 MB (provided by Kurt Rosselit)

 

10/19-20/1985

- 7 MB (provided by David Ocar)

7/2/2017

6/18/2017

It is with sadness that we report the death of former WDGY, KDWB and KRSI personality, Jimmy Reed.

10/21/1967 - KDWB-AM

- 12 MB (provided by Curt Lundgren)

1971 - WDGY-AM

- 8 MB

October 1978 - WDGY-AM

- 5 MB (provided by Jay Philpott)

3/25/2017

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Sid Hartman of the Minneapolis Star Tribune and WCCO-AM featured on NBC's Sunday Today Show broadcast on March 5, 2017 (click on photo to play video)

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WCCO-TV Mark Rosen and WCCO-AM Sid Hartman commercial broadcast during Super Bowl programming on WCCO-TV on February 7, 2016 (click on photo to play video)

3/12/2017

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KDWB-AM (630) - (March 31, 1972) - 7 MB

Including commercials: Super America, K-Tel 20 Dynamic Hits, Coke (Quincy Jones & Orchestra), Cycle Rama at the St. Paul Armory, Kawasaki Motorcycles, Clairol, Ford (Pintos, Mavericks and Mustangs), Earl Brown Farm Apartments (remote with Michael J. Douglas), Milk, Certs, and Purple Barn.

2/6/2017

REMEMBERING RAY CHRISTENSEN

It is with sadness that we report that Ray Christensen, the longtime voice of Gopher football and basketball, has passed away.

WCCO Radio - Ray Christensen Airchecks:

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12/31/2016

(Canton appearance in

the 1970 movie Airport)

REMEMBERING JOHNNY CANTON

It is with sadness that we report that Johnny Canton has passed away, apparently after suffering a stroke.

From The Pavek Museum of Broadcasting website: When Johnny Canton visited a Warrensburg, Missouri, radio station as a teenager, it inspired him to begin a broadcasting career that has lasted nearly fifty years and has made him an important figure in Twin Cities radio and television. He got his first on-air job at age 16 at KLEX AM in Lexington, Missouri, and for the next several years worked in radio at stations in Colorado, Kansas City, Pennsylvania, Rochester, and Cleveland. In 1966 he joined the staff of WDGY as music director and became a much-loved and widely popular rock ‘n’ roll disc jockey and concert emcee. After 11 years at WDGY, he moved to WCCO FM (WLTE 102.9 Lite FM). The former host of Bowling for Dollars on KSTP TV and Bowlerama! on KMSP TV, he has appeared in numerous national and regional television and radio commercials, as well as such films as Airport and Mad Dogs and Englishmen. He has participated in many charity golf tournaments and other community events, and has been president of the advertising and production firm Canton Communications. One of his many claims to fame is that he was the first DJ to play John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads.”

A video and photos of Johnny Canton, who was inducted into the MN Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2006, can be found on the.

  • 1959:  (Kansas City, MO) - Johnny Canton with actor Eddie Bracken, singer/actor Johnny Desmond - 3 MB
  • 1962/1963: (Reading, PA) - Production elements voiced/produced by Johnny Canton - 3 MB
  • 1963: (Kansas City, MO) - Johnny Canton - 1 MB
  • 1964: (Rochester, NY) - Johnny Canton - 1 MB
  • 1965 : (Rochester, NY) - Johnny Canton interview on Dick Clark's American Bandstand - 2 MB
  • 1966:  (Cleveland, OH) - Johnny Canton - 1 MB
  • - 3 MB (intro by Canton)
  • - 3 MB (intro by Canton)
  • 1966: WDGY-AM (Minneapolis/St. Paul) - - 8 MB (provided by )
  • 1967: WDGY-AM - - 1 MB
  • 1968: WDGY-AM - - Interview with Roger Miller and Andy Williams - 2 MB
  • 1968: WDGY-AM - - Interview on Dick Clark's American Bandstand - 1 MB (intro by Canton)
  • 1971: WDGY-AM - - 7 MB (provided by Curt Lundgren
  • 1973: WDGY-AM -  - 11 MB (provided by Al Arneson)
  • 1976: WDGY-AM - - 26 MB (provided by Curt Lundgren)
  • 1976: WDGY-AM - - 7 MB (provided by Curt Lundgren)
  • 1979: WCCO-FM (Minneapolis/St. Paul) - - 1 MB (provided by Al Arneson)
  • 1983: WCCO-FM - Johnny Canton, Charlie Bush, Tim Russell - 6-7 AM  10 MB  -   11 MB
  • 1998: WLTE-FM (Minneapolis/St. Paul) -  - 8 MB (provided by Al Arneson)
  • 2006: WLTE-FM - - 1 MB

     

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The Following Airchecks are Featured on the Special Postings Page. Check them out!

  • WCCO-AM Severe Weather Coverage (1939 to 1991)
  • Hubert H. Humphrey Recordings/Airchecks (1946-1978)
  • WCCO Radio Civil Defense Announcements (1961)
  • Coverage of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy (1963)
  • Coverage of the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King (1968)
  • Coverage of the Assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy (1968)
  • Coverage of the Apollo 1 Tragedy (1967)
  • Coverage of the Flights of Apollo 11, 12 & 13 (1969-1970)
  • Coverage of Watergate and the Fall of President Nixon (1973-1974)
  • Coverage of the Vietnam War (1964-(1975)
  • Coverage of the Death of John Lennon (1980)
  • Coverage of the Shooting of President Ronald Reagan (1981)
  • Coverage of the Falklands War (1982)
  • Coverage of the Challenger Shuttle Disaster (1986)
  • Coverage of the Twins World Series Celebrations and Victory Parades (1987 & 1991)
  • Coverage of the Start of Operation Desert Storm (1991)
  • Coverage of 9/11 Attacks (2001) and Death of Osama bin Laden (2011)
  • Coverage of 35W Bridge Collapse (2007)
  • Coverage of the Death of Michael Jackson (2009)
  • Coverage of the Tucson Shootings (2011)
  • Coverage of the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami (2011)
  • Boston Marathon Bombings (2013)
  • Coverage of the Death of Prince (2016)
  • Election Coverage (2016)

File sizes listed next to the airchecks are approximate and have been rounded.

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