Wednesday, November 10, 2021

D. J. Jim Pewter & Johnny Maestro


 

 Radio Disc Jockey & Program Director, Jim Pewter
chatting with Johnny Maestro at Madison Square Garden in N.Y. City
on October 12th., 1973, during Richard Nader's 4th. "Rock & Roll Revival" Show.

Saturday, October 23, 2021

The knowledgeable D.J. Jim Pewter with the great singer Del Shannon


 Jim Pewter with his friend singer, songwriter, musician Del Shannon

standing outside the AFRTS studio in Los Angeles in October, 1981

Los Angeles Disc Jockey, Jim Pewter & guests on AFRTS Christmas Show 1970


 A nice group shot of legendary D.J. Jim Pewter & his guests

Freddy Cannon, Sandy Nelson & Bruce Johnston

AFRTS Christmas show 12/21/70

Thursday, October 21, 2021

Jim Pewter at Monterey Pop Festival 1967



 Jim Pewter at The Monterey Pop Festival, June, 1967


Top picture Jim Pewter with

Larry Hulley (left) and John Phillips (middle)


Bottom picture Jim Pewter with

Lou Adler (middle) and Larry Hulley (right)

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Big Time In The Big Apple Richard Nader's 4th. Annual "Rock & Roll Revival"


 Radio Disc Jockey & Program Director, Jim Pewter
chatting with several music industry V.I.P.'s at Madison Square Garden in N.Y. City
on October 12th., 1973, during Richard Nader's 4th. "Rock & Roll Revival" Show.

Top picture:

Jim with Raoul Cita, singer, writer & arranger of The Harptones

 

Middle picture:

Hal Rosenberg (KRTH/FM G.M.), Richard Nader & Jim Pewter (KRTH/FM P.D.)

 

Bottom picture:

Legendary D.J. Wolfman Jack, Hal Rosenberg & Jim Pewter

 

Tuesday, October 19, 2021


 Legendary Disc Jockey, Jim Pewter centered by Billy Zoom, left and Marv Rosenberg, right.

Photo taken at The Palomino Club in North Hollywood, Calif. C:1975

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Humble Harve - The National Album Countdown Promo 1974

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This was a promotional 7" vinyl disc, with cover. Date: 1974. To promote the newly successful weekly syndicated radio show, hosted by Humble Harve, titled "The National Album Countdown" (NAC). This disc was mailed out to prospective radio stations across the country. The series was also heard overseas on A.F.R.T.S. broadcasts. I am not certain who created this concept show, but it may well have been Harvey Miller, himself. Harve also created, produced & hosted a number of other syndicated radio, music related shows such as "The Dream Concert" series & "Big Daddy", during the 1970's. He also went on to produce & host "Doo-Wop Heaven" oldies shows, which were a huge smash hit with radio audiences around the U.S.A.