“Forgotten Hollywood”- Radio Legend to Appear on My Show!

Posted on September 15, 2011 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

art-Laboe2-150x150   One of my closest friends in broadcasting is a true legend. Art Laboe has been providing Southern California audiences with his brand of radio for eight decades. He brought rhythm ‘n blues, and later, rock ‘n roll to the West Coast in 1951. Art coined the term Oldies but Goodies after deciding to feature rock ‘n roll that was at least four years old in 1959 successsfully on the air, and on vinyl. Art has a permanent display of his fine contributions residing at The Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland. And, he’s currently heard on a daily program with portions of his show syndicated throughout parts of our nation. What a resume!                ART LABOE

   Art Laboe has agreed to appear on my Forgotten Hollywood Program on THE SPA RADIO NETWORK next month to chat about his love of Hollywood’s Golden Age. He will share personal stories about his former relationships with folks who have transcended both music and cinema including Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, and others.

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   You’ll be enchanted to hear which movies and actors give Art a thrill. Gary Lycan and I cannot wait for this hour long chat with my longtime mentor in the entertainment business…

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   The interview will air on Forgotten Hollywood on Saturday, October 8th at 3pm. If you live outside the signal area in Southern California, I invite you to click on the link below:


   I know the many legions of fans of Art Laboe will enjoy this rare opportunity to hear his personal feelings about the era of classic motion pictures.

Until next time>                                “never forget”

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