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sobe florida
   Message Signed on 05-01-2016 at 06:49  
love it all and big thanks to you for all u do for the rockers and scooters of the universe thanks/

Geoff Jacobs 
Loganville GA
   Message Signed on 09-07-2015 at 14:29  
:-) Hey Steve!! Just checking in!! LOVE your website, always puts a smile on my face!
Hope this message finds you in good health.
I recently hooked up with Miami historian, Seth Bramson on Facebook. I bought a couple of historic items from him on Ebay. He seems like a nice guy and very knowledgeable about Miami!

Later, Geoff

Manuel 'Bob' Lima 
   Message Signed on 07-05-2015 at 19:04  
I was one of those "professional" radio winners (proclaimed by Charlie Murdock) back in the early 60s. Great radio back then with WQAM, WFUN, WAME in Miami and later WMYQ- the new Q

Manuel Jesus 
   Message Signed on 31-01-2015 at 11:59  
The best time of our lives !! ... Many memories !! .. WQAM was a beacon illuminating the miserable lives of Cubans in the 70s ... I close my eyes and I can hear: W Q A M , 560 !!... :heart: :heart: :heart: :heart: :heart:

David Massey 
   Message Signed on 24-10-2014 at 22:35  
Born in Miami and left for college in Orlando in 1970, about the time top 40 radio was losing ground on the airwaves. I remember WQAM and WFUN quite well and later there was an FM station that I heard began it's first broadcast from someone's home, WEDR.

I miss those days and would gladly trade the radio formats we are stuck with today for more of the top 40 format.

Thanks for the memories!

Coral Gables
   Message Signed on 05-07-2014 at 12:49  
I would like to extend to you an invitation to join the Railroad Station Historical Society. With your interest in railroads, I think you would be a natural.

Lee M Vogel 
Kansas City
   Message Signed on 23-06-2014 at 23:49  
It's great to see so many people remember WQAM from the 1960s. I viisted my father a few times before he passed away in 1970. I remember diving off the high dive at the Seville Hotel!

Bill Campbell 
   Message Signed on 09-06-2014 at 00:44  
Loved WQAM. I worked as one of their High School Correspondents from 1965-1967. I also got a chance to be an intern down at the station on some of the nights the nights when the high school football games were being played. Exciting times.

Roberta Brandon Hill 
Davie FL
   Message Signed on 05-06-2014 at 23:31  
Growing up in NMB, WQAM was always part of my life. My first transistor radio was something I'll never forget! Several years ago, my sisters and I were at a restaurant in Davie not knowing that Rick Shaw's retirement party was going on there. He was so gracious; came over and talked with us and gave each of us a commemorative tee shirt which he autographed. Who knew he would appear at our Norland reU N I O N soon after that! He was a class act. Let me know if you'd like a photo.

Gary Nelson 
   Message Signed on 16-05-2014 at 16:21  
I grew up in Mass. so favor N.England jingles are open to all. :-)


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