Hillary says the two are such close friends and she's very happy for Morgan1, Program Number 1 - Various - Robert W. Morgan For Todays Army (Vinyl, but will really miss sitting next to her every day. Bobby wants to reassure everyone that although Morgan1 won't physically be in the building, her new office is only a half mile down the road.
Aside from the differing reactions to Morgan's news, the big debate is whether or not Morgan2 should remain Morgan2. A Twitter poll says that she should keep the "2" because that's how fans identity her. Morgan2 and Amy both agree that without Morgan1 there is no need for the "2". Bobby says that he is still working with both Morgans on a daily LP) so the nicknames will remain the same for him.
Congratulations Morgan1, we are so happy for you and wish you the best of luck in your new position! Want to know more about Bobby Bones? Read More. It was here that he met and worked with his lifelong friend "The Real" Don Steele. Programming genius Bill Drake along with a staff of talented DJs called " Boss Jocks " had transformed a sleepy giant into the city's most dominant radio station.
Morgan's signature slogans, "Good Morgan Boss Angeles! The ratings were sub-par, though, causing Morgan to leave the morning slot a year and a half later for weekends and fill-in slots at the prestigious KMPC Los Angeles. He did that for LP) years before legendary morning man Dick Whittinghill retired inallowing Morgan to go back to mornings. He stayed at KMPC until Morgan was also the announcer for Solid Gold throughout most of the s. Morgan was heard in on Saturday night Program Number 1 - Various - Robert W.
Morgan For Todays Army (Vinyl of the long-running NBC Radio program Monitoran attempt to freshen that program's image. During the mid to late 70s, Morgan also did his own one-hour radio weekly special highlighting one artist or group per show. Morgan's Special of the Week" was often played on radio stations that also carried Casey Kasem 's American Top 40 as the same company, Watermark, distributed both.
In fact, on the weekends of February 8, and September 29,he hosted both shows on the same weekend as he subbed for Casey on AT40 in addition to hosting his own SOTW.
Morgan is one of only two substitute hosts to have filled in on both a three-hour and a four-hour AT40 Morgan's fellow ex-KHJ jock Mark Elliot is the other. The year would signal the twilight years of Morgan's distinguished radio broadcast career when he signed on as morning show host of "oldies" K-EARTHwhere he again enjoyed solid ratings in the Los Angeles market before announcing in May that he was suffering from lung cancer.
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Details about Robert W. Morgan For Today's Army Series 12 VG+ 2 LP U.S. Army Robert W. Morgan For Today's Army Series 12 VG+ 2 LP U.S. Army Item InformationSeller Rating: % positive. Robert W. Morgan entertained the Los Angeles radio audience for three decades. His unique sense of timing, wit and charm earned him an enduring place of honor in the industry. Twice named Billboard’s “Air Personality of the Year,” he was also honored with a . Robert W. Morgan for Today's Army () He’s been the voice of thousands of radio & TV commercials, movie trailers and documentaries and regularly hosts the KCET-TV Public Television pledge drives. In Robert W.’s alma matter KMPC was about to undergo yet another format change this time to music that was close to Robert’s heart. Showing 1–16 of 57 results Default sorting Sort by popularity Sort by average rating Sort by latest Sort by price: low to high Sort by price: high to low Sale! Robert W. Morgan was among the first tot take telephone calls over the rapids of Top 40 radio, bringing the idea of the vastly popular radio talk-shows into a new area. His quick intelligence is coupled with a near-perfect radio voice: rich and deep and clear, with the uncolored enunciation which is the inheritence of those raised in Ohio. Jul 12, · The Robert J. Morgan Podcast | Episode 2: The Puritan Migration (Transcript) February 4, The Puritan Migration Hello, this is Robert J. Morgan talking about my book Bible [ ]. Robert W. Morgan, Self: Solid Gold. Robert W. Morgan was born on July 23, in Galion, Ohio, USA. He was married to Shelley. He died on May 22, in Los Angeles, California, USA. Robert Wilbur Morgan (July 23, – May 22, ) was an American radio personality best known for his work at several stations in Los Angeles, California, in particular KHJ-AM.. Morgan also did morning drive at KMPC-AM, KIQQ-FM and KMGG-FM, and finished his career at KRTH-FM, where he retired for health reasons in He died from lung cancer on May 22, Robert W. Morgan Birthday and Date of Death. Robert W. Morgan was born on July 23, and died on May 22, Robert was 60 years old at the time of death. Birthday: July 23, Date of Death: May 22, Age at Death: Comment: M-, 2 LPs, some h20 damage, featuring Elton John, Allman Brothers, etc., airdate jan. ; VARIOUS: robert w. morgan for today's army LP, NO LABEL /5(1).
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