• Radio amistad cristiana modesto California

    published: 16 Mar 2017
  • The History of Radio - Documentary

    The History of Radio - Documentary Radio is the radiation (wireless transmission) of electromagnetic energy through space.[n 1] The biggest use of radio waves is to carry information, such as sound, by systematically changing (modulating) some property of the radiated waves, such as their amplitude, frequency, phase, or pulse width. When radio waves strike an electrical conductor, the oscillating fields induce an alternating current in the conductor. The information in the waves can be extracted and transformed back into its original form. Radio systems need a transmitter to modulate (change) some property of the energy produced to impress a signal on it, for example using amplitude modulation or angle modulation (which can be frequency modulation or phase modulation). Radio systems also...

    published: 06 Nov 2015
  • WLW's 500,000 Watt Transmitter

    Tour of the historic WLW AM monster broadcast transmitter facility located in Mason Ohio. WLW has kept a major piece of broadcasting history alive by keeping much of the old high power transmitter intact. Recorded while at Hamvention, Dayton OH, in 2013 Back in 1932 WLW increased their power from 50,000 watts to 500,000 watts. They were the only AM broadcasting station in America ever to operate at 500,000 watts. Much of the old transmitter still exists. It is really a high power amplifier with a high level modulator (360,000 watts). The amplifier was driven from their existing 50,000 watt Western Electric transmitter. The system used 20 100,000 watts tubes ($1,600 each in 1932) that required water cooling that used a cooling pond located outside the station. Tons, and tons, of hardware ...

    published: 19 Jul 2013
  • On the Air: The Story of Radio Broadcasting 1944 Westinghouse Radio Stations, Inc.

    Radio Broadcasting & Old Time Radio playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL18A480E27C4EDD07 more at http://quickfound.net "Westinghouse film about commercial radio in the United States." A history of commercial radio broadcasting beginning with KDKA radio in 1920, followed by a description of the state of the Old Time Radio art as of 1944. Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creative...

    published: 22 May 2016
  • Modesto Radio stations logos

    Modesto, CA area radio stations logos 60's - 90's

    published: 30 Oct 2014
  • Behind Your Radio Dial: The Story of NBC 1948 National Broadcasting Company

    more at http://showbiz.quickfound.net/ "Behind the scenes tour of NBC's radio and television broadcasting facilities at Rockefeller Center, New York City." NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nz_fJPKVQpM Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Broadcasting_Company The National Broadcasting Company (NBC) is an American commercial broadcasting television network and former radio n...

    published: 05 Oct 2012
  • practicing for radio announcement for the Surgical Artistry Modesto Marathon.MP4

    http://www.modestomaraton.com http://www.surgerytoday.com http://www.injectionartistry.com http://www.modestobotox.com Practicing for radio announcement - Calvin Lee, MD, General Surgeon/Acupuncturist - Surgical Artistry Modesto Marathon March 18, 2012

    published: 12 Jan 2012
  • A Day In The Life Of Radio Caroline

    The 1960's, 70's and 80's saw the evolution of a new type of radio broadcasting around the British Isles. With the BBC being considered as a dinosaur completely out of touch with the younger generation, a number of brave souls decided to do something about it. "Pirate Radio" was born.

    published: 15 Apr 2013
  • Modesto en la radio!! (Tag 30 preguntas)

    Hola yayofans!!! Hace una semana me llamaron de la radio local para una sencilla entrevista. Mi nieta me dijo que si no me importaba aprovecharla para hacer un vídeo. Y al final, salió el reto de las

    published: 23 Mar 2016
  • Modesto Radio Museum interview with engineer Mel Freedman

    Interview with broadcasting engineer Mel Freedman.

    published: 01 Mar 2015
  • State of Man | Modesto (radio tour)

    State of Man visits Modesto, CA as part of their radio tour! for more info visit www.stateofmanmusic.com

    published: 28 Mar 2009
  • Modesto 2A Rally - Power Talk Radio Interview

    FPC's Craig DeLuz is at the Modesto Pro 2nd Amendment Rally talking gun rights with Power Talk AM 1360's Kevin Fox. Get Craig's shirt at www.fpcgear.com

    published: 21 Sep 2016
  • 1951 - Bill Aken - Uh-Oh (Recorded at KTRB Radio Station, Modesto, Calif.)

    (Exert from the book "CARRY YOUR OWN GUITAR") I had just recently turned fourteen years old in November of 1951, still going through late puberty and was trying my hand at song writing. Most of the songs I wrote were just childish teenage scribbles, until the day I came up with 'Uh-Oh' after working for two weeks on it. And I played it for Mom & Dad. To my never-ending astonishment, they really liked it. And even tho Mother wanted me to be a lawyer as her father was, she was the one who set me on my ultimate path that day in 1951. She phoned a friend of hers, Bill Bates at radio station KTRB in Modesto, California and asked if he would record me in their studio where they recorded commercials. He said yes. So Mother had Dad & Uncle Benito play guitars while I sang the song. She paid Mi...

    published: 20 Apr 2013
  • Modesto Radio Museum l booth at Modesto Nuts BB game.

    Modesto Radio Museum promotional booth during a Modesto Nuts baseball game in August 2014.

    published: 30 Oct 2014
  • Tara Tinsley Radio Show - Live Music Set - Modesto, California

    Modesto News Radio had the privilege of being at a Tara Tinsley show live at a Fall Festival. We made this radio show from the performance. Tara Tinsley is an up and coming musician from the northern California area. She has been performing for several years and has been building her home grown audience the whole time. Stay tuned to Modesto News Radio for more local artist radio shows like this, and much much more. http://www.ModestoNews.org All Rights Reserved - Copyright 2012 Tags: Tara Tinsley Radio Show Live Music Set Modesto California "Tara Tinsley" "Tara Tinsley Music" "Tara Tinsley Radio" "Tara Tinsley set" "Tara Tinsley live" "Tara Tinsley show" local musician singer singing song writer "song writer" "Tara Tinsley Modesto" "Modesto California" "Radio Show" "Modesto Music" "M...

    published: 30 Oct 2012
  • CANAL SEVILLA RADIO -SEVILLA Y LA COPLA - CLUB ANTARES - MODESTO DEL RIO - LA BORRACHERA

    CANAL SEVILLA RADIO -SEVILLA Y LA COPLA - CLUB ANTARES - MODESTO DEL RIO - LA BORRACHERA

    published: 29 Oct 2016
Radio amistad cristiana modesto California

Radio amistad cristiana modesto California

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The History of Radio - Documentary

The History of Radio - Documentary

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The History of Radio - Documentary Radio is the radiation (wireless transmission) of electromagnetic energy through space.[n 1] The biggest use of radio waves is to carry information, such as sound, by systematically changing (modulating) some property of the radiated waves, such as their amplitude, frequency, phase, or pulse width. When radio waves strike an electrical conductor, the oscillating fields induce an alternating current in the conductor. The information in the waves can be extracted and transformed back into its original form. Radio systems need a transmitter to modulate (change) some property of the energy produced to impress a signal on it, for example using amplitude modulation or angle modulation (which can be frequency modulation or phase modulation). Radio systems also need an antenna to convert electric currents into radio waves, and vice versa. An antenna can be used for both transmitting and receiving. The electrical resonance of tuned circuits in radios allow individual stations to be selected. The electromagnetic wave is intercepted by a tuned receiving antenna. A radio receiver receives its input from an antenna and converts it into a form usable for the consumer, such as sound, pictures, digital data, measurement values, navigational positions, etc. Radio frequencies occupy the range from a 3 kHz to 300 GHz, although commercially important uses of radio use only a small part of this spectrum. Read More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio
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WLW's 500,000 Watt Transmitter

WLW's 500,000 Watt Transmitter

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Tour of the historic WLW AM monster broadcast transmitter facility located in Mason Ohio. WLW has kept a major piece of broadcasting history alive by keeping much of the old high power transmitter intact. Recorded while at Hamvention, Dayton OH, in 2013 Back in 1932 WLW increased their power from 50,000 watts to 500,000 watts. They were the only AM broadcasting station in America ever to operate at 500,000 watts. Much of the old transmitter still exists. It is really a high power amplifier with a high level modulator (360,000 watts). The amplifier was driven from their existing 50,000 watt Western Electric transmitter. The system used 20 100,000 watts tubes ($1,600 each in 1932) that required water cooling that used a cooling pond located outside the station. Tons, and tons, of hardware was required to achieve the 10 dB gain. According to WIKI: But Crosley still wasn't satisfied. In 1933 he obtained a construction permit from the Federal Radio Commission for a 500 kilowatt superstation, and he spent some $500,000 (at least $17 million in 2010 dollars using a CPI conversion factor of 0.13[9]) building the transmitter and antenna. Before the 500 KW went on the air, WLW installed a Blaw Knox vertical radiator, or as we say today a vertical antenna. Back in those days a horizontal wire flat top antenna supported by two towers was common. Photos in the video show the impressive antenna farm at WLW. The engineering was state of the art pushing the 1930s technology to achieve 500,000 watts. Operating the transmitter required a team of many engineers to bring it to life and control it while it was on the air. A simple ON-OFF switch did not exist! Enjoy the tour of the facility and the history of this high power station. Thanks to Jay, Geoff, and Ted of WLW for hosting the tour. I will soon post another video the covers the collection of 50,000 watt transmitters that are also in the same building. To learn more about this transmitter's history, please visit these sites. Randy RADIOWORLD article about this video http://www.radioworld.com/article/wlw-and-the-youtube-ham-/220485 WLW Archive Files http://www.arizona-am.net/WLW/index.html Jim Hawkin's WLW page: http://hawkins.pair.com/wlw.shtml History of WLW, Cincinnati: http://jeff560.tripod.com/wlw.html WLW's Big Arse Transmitter: http://www.ominous-valve.com/wlw.html Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WLW WLW - A "Super" Station Tour: http://www.oldradio.com/archives/stations/cinc/wlwpix.htm Not Just a Sound: the Story of WLW: http://www.broadcasting101.ws/wlw-1.htm
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On the Air: The Story of Radio Broadcasting 1944 Westinghouse Radio Stations, Inc.

On the Air: The Story of Radio Broadcasting 1944 Westinghouse Radio Stations, Inc.

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Radio Broadcasting & Old Time Radio playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL18A480E27C4EDD07 more at http://quickfound.net "Westinghouse film about commercial radio in the United States." A history of commercial radio broadcasting beginning with KDKA radio in 1920, followed by a description of the state of the Old Time Radio art as of 1944. Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KDKA_(AM) KDKA (1020 kHz AM) is a Class A clear-channel radio station licensed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. KDKA is owned and operated by CBS Radio... KDKA operates with 50,000 watts and can also be heard in the HD Radio format. Created by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation on November 2, 1920, it is considered the world's first commercial radio station... KDKA's roots began with the efforts of Westinghouse employee Frank Conrad who operated KDKA's predecessor 75 watt 8XK from the Pittsburgh suburb of Wilkinsburg from 1916. Conrad, who had supervised the manufacturing of military receivers during WWI, broadcast phonograph music and communicated with other amateur radio operators via 8YK. On September 29, 1920, the Joseph Horne department store in Pittsburgh began advertising amateur wireless sets for $10, which could be used to listen to Conrad’s broadcasts. Westinghouse vice president and Conrad’s supervisor, Harry P. Davis, saw the advertisement and recognized the economic potential of radio. Instead of it being limited as a hobby to scientific experimenters, radio could be marketed to a mainstream audience. Consequently, Davis asked Conrad to build a 100-watt transmitter, which would air programming intended to create widespread demand for Westinghouse receivers. The KDKA call sign was assigned sequentially from a list maintained for the use of US-registry maritime stations, and on November 2, 1920, KDKA broadcast the US presidential election returns from a shack on the roof of the K Building of the Westinghouse Electric Company "East Pittsburgh Works" in Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania. There is some indication that the new license had not been received by that date, and the station may have gone on the air with the experimental call sign of 8ZZ that night. The original broadcast was said to be heard as far away as Canada. KDKA continued to broadcast from the Westinghouse building for many months. The 1920s Soon after its successful election coverage, KDKA upgraded to a 100-watt transmitter. Early programming often featured live musical performances from a Westinghouse band. KDKA provided its first remote broadcast by airing a religious service from Calvary Episcopal Church on January 2, 1921. The Calvary service soon became a regular Sunday evening offering, and the church continued broadcasts on KDKA until 1962. On January 15, 1921, at 8 p.m., KDKA broadcast a speech on European relief by Herbert Hoover from the Duquesne Club in Pittsburgh that was transmitted ten miles down a telephone line to Westinghouse's East Pittsburgh Works and broadcast on 330 meters. On July 2, 1921, the station featured the first national broadcast with live commentary of the Jack Dempsey - Georges Carpentier fight via teletype from New Jersey. On August 21, 1921, the station became the first radio station to broadcast a major league professional baseball game, when announcer Harold W. Arlin called the Pittsburgh Pirates-Philadelphia Phillies game from Forbes Field. In the fall of that year, KDKA became the first station to broadcast a college football game. KDKA hosted political comedian Will Rogers in his very first radio appearance in 1922. KDKA played popular music and advertisers began sponsoring special radio programs like The Philco Hour, The Maxwell House Hour and The Wrigley Party. In 1923, KDKA began simulcasting its AM medium-wave broadcasts on shortwave. Along with RCA and General Electric, Westinghouse was a co-founder of NBC in 1926, and thus KDKA was affiliated with the new network. When NBC decided to split its network up into two networks (NBC Red Network and NBC Blue Network), KDKA affiliated with the NBC Blue Network, with WCAE (now WPGP) and later KQV initially affiliated with the NBC Red Network. Westinghouse would later be forced to divest its 20% ownership stake in NBC in 1932 due to antitrust concerns... 1930s and '40s In the 1930s, KDKA began the long-running (1932–1980) Uncle Ed Shaughency show... Just before the FCC-mandated separation of the Blue Network from NBC, KDKA swapped affiliations with KQV and affiliated with NBC Red...
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Modesto Radio stations logos

Modesto Radio stations logos

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Modesto, CA area radio stations logos 60's - 90's
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Behind Your Radio Dial: The Story of NBC 1948 National Broadcasting Company

Behind Your Radio Dial: The Story of NBC 1948 National Broadcasting Company

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more at http://showbiz.quickfound.net/ "Behind the scenes tour of NBC's radio and television broadcasting facilities at Rockefeller Center, New York City." NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nz_fJPKVQpM Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Broadcasting_Company The National Broadcasting Company (NBC) is an American commercial broadcasting television network and former radio network headquartered in the GE Building in New York City's Rockefeller Center with additional major offices near Los Angeles and in Chicago. NBC is sometimes referred to as the "Peacock Network," due to its stylized peacock logo, created originally for color broadcasts. Formed in 1926 by the Radio Corporation of America (RCA), NBC was the first major broadcast network in the United States. In 1986, control of NBC passed to General Electric (GE), with GE's $6.4 billion purchase of RCA. GE had previously owned RCA and NBC until 1930, when it had been forced to sell the company as a result of antitrust charges. After the 1986 acquisition, the chief executive of NBC was Bob Wright, until he retired, giving his job to Jeff Zucker. The network is currently part of the media company NBCUniversal, which is a joint venture of Comcast and General Electric since 2011 (and before that, jointly owned by GE and current Universal Music Group parent Vivendi). As a result of the merger, Zucker left NBC and was replaced by Comcast executive Steve Burke. NBC has 10 owned-and-operated stations and nearly 200 affiliates in the United States and its territories... History Radio Earliest stations: WEAF and WJZ During a period of early broadcast business consolidation, the radio-making Radio Corporation of America (RCA) had acquired New York radio station WEAF from American Telephone & Telegraph (AT&T). An RCA shareholder, Westinghouse, had a competing facility in Newark, New Jersey pioneer station WJZ (no relation to the radio and TV stations in Baltimore currently using those call letters), which also served as the flagship for a loosely structured network. This station was transferred from Westinghouse to RCA in 1923, and moved to New York. WEAF acted as a laboratory for AT&T's manufacturing and supply outlet Western Electric, whose products included transmitters and antennas. The Bell System, AT&T's telephone utility, was developing technologies... Red and Blue Networks RCA spent $1 million to buy WEAF and Washington sister station WCAP, shut down the latter station and merged its facilities with surviving station WRC, and announced in late 1926 the creation of a new division known as The National Broadcasting Company. The new division was divided in ownership among RCA (fifty percent), General Electric (thirty percent), and Westinghouse (twenty percent). NBC launched officially on November 15, 1926. WEAF and WJZ, the flagships of the two earlier networks, operated side-by-side for about a year as part of the new NBC. On January 1, 1927 NBC formally divided their respective marketing strategies: the Red Network offered commercially sponsored entertainment and music programming; the Blue Network mostly carried sustaining or non-sponsored broadcasts, especially news and cultural programs... In 1930, General Electric was compelled by antitrust charges to divest itself of RCA, which it had founded. RCA moved its corporate headquarters into the new Rockefeller Center in 1933, signing the leases in 1931. RCA was the lead tenant at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, the RCA Building (now the GE Building). The building housed NBC studios, as well as theaters for RCA-owned RKO Pictures. Rockefeller Center's founder and financier John D. Rockefeller, Jr., arranged the deal with the chairman of GE, Owen D. Young, and the president of RCA, David Sarnoff... The famous three-note NBC chimes came about after several years of development. The three note sequence G-E'-C' were heard first over Atlanta's WSB. The chimes outline what is known to musicians as a second inversion C Major triad... NBC started to use the three notes in 1931, and it was the first audio trademark to be accepted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office... In 1939 the FCC ordered RCA to divest itself of one of the two networks... RCA sold Blue Network Company, Inc., for $8 million to Life Savers magnate Edward J. Noble, completing the sale on October 12, 1943... Noble wanted a better name for the network... The Blue Network became ABC officially on June 15, 1945...
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practicing for radio announcement for the Surgical Artistry Modesto Marathon.MP4

practicing for radio announcement for the Surgical Artistry Modesto Marathon.MP4

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http://www.modestomaraton.com http://www.surgerytoday.com http://www.injectionartistry.com http://www.modestobotox.com Practicing for radio announcement - Calvin Lee, MD, General Surgeon/Acupuncturist - Surgical Artistry Modesto Marathon March 18, 2012
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A Day In The Life Of Radio Caroline

A Day In The Life Of Radio Caroline

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The 1960's, 70's and 80's saw the evolution of a new type of radio broadcasting around the British Isles. With the BBC being considered as a dinosaur completely out of touch with the younger generation, a number of brave souls decided to do something about it. "Pirate Radio" was born.
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Modesto en la radio!! (Tag 30 preguntas)

Modesto en la radio!! (Tag 30 preguntas)

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Hola yayofans!!! Hace una semana me llamaron de la radio local para una sencilla entrevista. Mi nieta me dijo que si no me importaba aprovecharla para hacer un vídeo. Y al final, salió el reto de las
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Modesto Radio Museum interview with engineer Mel Freedman

Modesto Radio Museum interview with engineer Mel Freedman

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Interview with broadcasting engineer Mel Freedman.
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State of Man | Modesto (radio tour)

State of Man | Modesto (radio tour)

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State of Man visits Modesto, CA as part of their radio tour! for more info visit www.stateofmanmusic.com
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Modesto 2A Rally  -  Power Talk Radio Interview

Modesto 2A Rally - Power Talk Radio Interview

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FPC's Craig DeLuz is at the Modesto Pro 2nd Amendment Rally talking gun rights with Power Talk AM 1360's Kevin Fox. Get Craig's shirt at www.fpcgear.com
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1951 - Bill Aken - Uh-Oh (Recorded at KTRB Radio Station, Modesto, Calif.)

1951 - Bill Aken - Uh-Oh (Recorded at KTRB Radio Station, Modesto, Calif.)

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(Exert from the book "CARRY YOUR OWN GUITAR") I had just recently turned fourteen years old in November of 1951, still going through late puberty and was trying my hand at song writing. Most of the songs I wrote were just childish teenage scribbles, until the day I came up with 'Uh-Oh' after working for two weeks on it. And I played it for Mom & Dad. To my never-ending astonishment, they really liked it. And even tho Mother wanted me to be a lawyer as her father was, she was the one who set me on my ultimate path that day in 1951. She phoned a friend of hers, Bill Bates at radio station KTRB in Modesto, California and asked if he would record me in their studio where they recorded commercials. He said yes. So Mother had Dad & Uncle Benito play guitars while I sang the song. She paid Mister Bates to make an acetate demo record of the taping for her to keep. (which is why this old recording is so scratchy with pops) She didn't know that Mister Bates would save the tape and make another demo record from it. He sent it to Fabor Robinson of Abbott Records in Los Angleles. Fabor would eventually be recording hits with people like Ned Miller (From A Jack To A King) and Bonnie Guitar (Dark Moon). And at one time he was the manager for Jim Reeves and Johnny Horton... Mother was really surprised when he drove all the way to Madera and showed up at our front door. He actually offered Mom and Dad a recording contract for me. They told him I was way too young, and nothing was going to interfere with me being a nornal 'kid,' unspoiled by the influences that show business had on child stars. But Mr. Robinson did stay for some of Mother's home cooking for supper, so his trip wasn't a total waste. And at the time, I didn't really want to make records.... (that would happen three years later after I was through puberty and my voice had matured and when they changed my name to Zane Ashton) cause I had a new girlfriend at school... Maria Gonzales... http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/carry-your-own-guitar-bill-aken/1118083681?ean=9781493164301 Recorded At: KTRB Radio, Modesto, California Rhythm Guitar: Benito Mayorga (Uncle Ben) Lead Guitar: Francisco Mayorga (Dad)
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Modesto Radio Museum l booth at Modesto Nuts BB game.

Modesto Radio Museum l booth at Modesto Nuts BB game.

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Modesto Radio Museum promotional booth during a Modesto Nuts baseball game in August 2014.
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Tara Tinsley Radio Show - Live Music Set - Modesto, California

Tara Tinsley Radio Show - Live Music Set - Modesto, California

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Modesto News Radio had the privilege of being at a Tara Tinsley show live at a Fall Festival. We made this radio show from the performance. Tara Tinsley is an up and coming musician from the northern California area. She has been performing for several years and has been building her home grown audience the whole time. Stay tuned to Modesto News Radio for more local artist radio shows like this, and much much more. http://www.ModestoNews.org All Rights Reserved - Copyright 2012 Tags: Tara Tinsley Radio Show Live Music Set Modesto California "Tara Tinsley" "Tara Tinsley Music" "Tara Tinsley Radio" "Tara Tinsley set" "Tara Tinsley live" "Tara Tinsley show" local musician singer singing song writer "song writer" "Tara Tinsley Modesto" "Modesto California" "Radio Show" "Modesto Music" "Modesto Radio" "Radio In Modesto" "Modesto News" "Tara Tinsley Interview"
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CANAL SEVILLA RADIO -SEVILLA Y LA COPLA - CLUB ANTARES - MODESTO DEL RIO - LA BORRACHERA

CANAL SEVILLA RADIO -SEVILLA Y LA COPLA - CLUB ANTARES - MODESTO DEL RIO - LA BORRACHERA

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CANAL SEVILLA RADIO -SEVILLA Y LA COPLA - CLUB ANTARES - MODESTO DEL RIO - LA BORRACHERA
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