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WLOF AM Radio

ABOVE: WLOF / Channel 95 AM Radio Top 40 list for the week of February 28 thru March 6, 1970. The weekly top 40 flyers were given away at local Orlando record stores. this one was from Bill Baer Records at Colonial Mall.

WLOF was a popular AM rock radio station in Orlando in the 1960s and 1970s when AM was the only show in town! It was a time when local station program managers and DJs created weekly top 40 lists and were sometimes as popular as the artists they played.

Some of the DJs that were popular in 1970-1973 were Bill Vermillion, Pat O’Day (morning man), Tom Sherwood (afternoon), Bill Barber, Doug Van Allen, T. Michael Jordan.

For a glimpse into the past check out this YouTube video about WLOF featuring actual footage of a car commercial featuring most of the DJ’s kids in the 1970s knew and loved: Pat O’Day, “The Weird Beard” Bill Vermillion, Tom Sherwood, Bruce Wayne.

DJ Pat O’Day created the best ever Emergency Broadcast System (EBS) test.

Listen to sound checks and show recordings of “The Weird Beard” Bill Vermillion


ABOVE:  WLOF / Channel 95 AM Radio Top 40 list for the week of February 28 thru March 6, 1970. The weekly Top 40 flyers were given away at local Orlando record stores. This one was from Bill Baer Records at Colonial Mall.

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WLOF Top 40 - February 1970

WLOF / Channel 95 AM Radio Top 40 list for the week of February 28 thru March 6, 1970. The weekly top 40...

WLOF Top 40 - February 1970

WLOF / Channel 95 AM Radio Top 40 list for the week of February 28 thru March 6, 1970. The weekly Top 40...

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  1. Bob says:

    I don’t thing Bill Barber was on WLOF 95AM. He was on WBJW 105.1

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