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EULOGY

Born: October 28, 1945, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

After a few reincarnations 1050 CHUM quietly passed away on March 26, 2009

1050 CHUM was a legendary Top 40 powerhouse from the late 1950s through to the early 1980s.

The station had a formula no other station has been able to duplicate.

Through the formative ‘50s, the unforgettable ‘60s and the interesting ‘70s, 1050 CHUM played a major role in shaping the radio landscape in Toronto. Recording acts from Elvis Presley, The Beach Boys, The Beatles, The Guess Who, Elton John, The Eagles, The Doobie Brothers and Bob Seger not only graced the airwaves but walked the halls of 1050 CHUM.

The radio station was famous for the CHUM Chart. From 1957 to 1986, 1,512 consecutive weekly charts were published, making it the longest-running chart of its kind in the world.

Also, 1050 CHUM was noteworthy for hosting many famous rock concerts including, among others, visits to Maple Leaf Gardens by Elvis Presley (1957) and The Beatles (1964, '65, and '66).

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SAMPLE OF CHUM LINEUPS

CHUM lineups
(CHUM (Pre-rock lineup - May 1, 1957; a mixed bag indeed!)
6-9 a.m. - MORNING SHOW
9-9:45 a.m. - ARE YOU HAPPY?
9:45-10 a.m. - CHAPEL CHIMES
10-11:30 a.m. - DATE WITH DOBBS
11:30 a.m.-12 noon - MORNING VARIETIES
12 noon-1 p.m. - COUNTRY CARAVAN
1-2 p.m. - ITALIAN SHOW
2-4:30 p.m. - MAIN STREET, TORONTO
4:30-5:00 p.m. - WINDOW ON THE WORLD
5-7 p.m. - BUMPER PARADE
7 p.m.-12 midnight - PROMENADE

CHUM (Original lineup - May 27, 1957)
6-9 a.m. - PHIL LADD
9 a.m.-noon - HARVEY DOBBS
Noon-1 p.m. - JOSH KING
1-5 p.m. - PHIL STONE
5-7 p.m. - PETE NORDHEIMER
9 p.m.-12 mid - PETE NORDHEIMER
12 mid-6 a.m. - HANK NOBLE
NOTES: All of the originals had left the station by 1961, Pete Nordheimer being the last ... Phil Ladd remained as the first morning man only until November, 1957, when he was replaced by the legendary Al Boliska. Ladd went to weekends ... Phil Stone later taught radio at Humber College in Etobicoke, Ont.

CHUM (November 18, 1957)
6-9 a.m. - AL BOLISKA
9 a.m.-12 noon - HARVEY DOBBS
12 noon-1 p.m. - JOSH KING
1-5 p.m. - PHIL STONE
5-7 p.m. - PETE NORDHEIMER
8 p.m.-12 midnight - PETE NORDHEIMER
12 midnight-6 a.m. - HANK NOBLE
Weekends - PHIL LADD

CHUM (April, 1958)
6-9 a.m. - AL BOLISKA
9 a.m.-12 noon - HARVEY DOBBS (last weekday show: February, 1958)
12 noon-1 p.m. - AL BOLISKA
1-4 p.m. - PETE NORDHEIMER
4-7 p.m. - PHIL STONE (last show: May, 1959)
7 p.m.-12 midnight - DAVE JOHNSON
12 midnight-6 a.m. - JAY JACKSON (last show: August, 1958)
(Note: BOB LAINE replaced Jackson in September; JOHN SPRAGGE replaced Dobbs in March, 1959)

CHUM (June, 1959)
6-9 a.m. - AL BOLISKA
9 a.m.-12 noon - JOHN SPRAGGE
12 noon-1 p.m. - AL BOLISKA
1-4 p.m. - PETE NORDHEIMER
4-7 p.m. - MIKE DAROW
7 p.m.-12 midnight - DAVE JOHNSON
12 midnight-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE

CHUM (January, 1960)
6-9 a.m. - AL BOLISKA
9 a.m.-noon - JOHN SPRAGGE
12 p.m.-1 p.m. - AL BOLISKA
1-4 p.m. - PETE NORDHEIMER (last show: mid-1961)
4-7 p.m. - MIKE DAROW
7-11 p.m. - DAVE JOHNSON
11-11:30 p.m. - LOU SNIDER
11:30 p.m.-midnight - BASIN STREET
Midnight-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE

CHUM (July 3, 1961)
6-9 a.m. - AL BOLISKA
9 a.m.-12 noon - JOHN SPRAGGE
12 noon-1 p.m. - AL BOLISKA
1-4 p.m. - BOB MacADOREY
4-7 p.m. - MIKE DAROW
7 p.m.-10:30 p.m. - DAVE JOHNSON
10:30-11 p.m. - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
11-11:30 p.m. - NEWS; BILLY O'CONNOR
11:30 p.m.-12 midnight - DAVE JOHNSON (again)
12 midnight-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE

CHUM (November, 1962)
6-9 a.m. - AL BOLISKA
9 a.m.-noon - JOHN SPRAGGE
Noon-1 p.m. - AL BOLISKA
1-4 p.m. - BOB McADOREY
4-7 p.m. - MIKE DAROW
7-10:30 p.m. - DAVE JOHNSON
10:30-11 p.m. - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
11 p.m.-12 midnight - THE MOOSE PARADE with MOOSE LATRECK (country music)
12 midnight-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE
Weekends - GARY FERRIER
NOTES: Al Boliska left CHUM the following year (for rival CKEY) and was replaced by Jay Nelson. Both of these great Toronto morning men now are deceased ... Dave Johnson went on to become of the country's top C&W disc jockeys, at CFGM.

CHUM (SPECIAL LINEUP FROM APRIL 1, 1963 WHEN THE JOCKS FROM CKGM MONTREAL AND CHUM SWAPPED STATIONS)
6-9 a.m. - CHARLIE
9 a.m.-12 noon - DICK VARNEY
12 noon-1 p.m. - CHARLIE
1-4 p.m. - BOB GILLIES
4-7 p.m. - JIM TURNER
7-10:30 p.m. - BRIAN "OLD FAITHFUL" SKINNER
10:30 p.m.-11 p.m. - SPEAK YOUR MIND with GEORGE DAVIES
11 p.m.-12 midnight - TO BE ANNOUNCED
12 midnight-6 a.m. - BARRY KING

CHUM (July 16, 1963)
6-9 a.m. - AL BOLISKA
9 a.m.-12 noon - JOHN SPRAGGE
12 noon-1 p.m. - AL BOLISKA
1-4 p.m. - BOB MacADOREY
4-7 p.m. - MIKE DAROW
7-9 p.m. - DICK CLARK
9-10:30 p.m. - DAVE JOHNSON
10:30-11 p.m. - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
11 p.m.-12 midnight - THE MOOSE PARADE with MOOSE LATRECK (country music)
12 midnight-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE
Weekends - GARRY FERRIER, BRIAN SKINNER

CHUM (November 21, 1963; just before arrival of Jay Nelson)
6-10 a.m. - BOB MacADOREY
10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. - JOHN SPRAGGE
2:30-7 p.m. - MIKE DAROW
7-9 p.m. - DICK CLARK
9-10:30 p.m. - DAVE JOHNSON
10:30-11 p.m. - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
11 p.m.-12 midnight - THE MOOSE PARADE with MOOSE LATRECK (country music)
12 midnight-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE

CHUM (May 4, 1964)
6-10 a.m. - JAY NELSON
10 a.m.-1 p.m. - JOHN SPRAGGE
1-4 p.m. - MIKE DAROW
4-7 p.m. - BOB MacADOREY
7-10 p.m. - DAVE JOHNSON
10 p.m.-midnight - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
Midnight-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE

CHUM (1965)
6-10 a.m. - JAY NELSON
10 a.m.-1 p.m. - JOHN SPRAGGE
1-4 p.m. - MIKE DAROW (last show: fall, 1965)
4-7 p.m. - BOB MacADOREY
7-10 p.m. - DAVE JOHNSON (last show: October, 1965)
10 p.m.-12 midnight - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
12 midnight-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE
Weekends - BRIAN SKINNER, DUFF ROMAN
(Note: Skinner replaced Johnson in 7-10 p.m. slot in October, 1965; DICK HAYES replaced Darow in 1-4 shift by December)

CHUM (1966)
6-10 a.m. - JAY NELSON
10 a.m.-1 p.m. - JOHN SPRAGGE
1 p.m.-4 p.m. - DICK HAYES
4 p.m.-7 p.m. - BOB McADOREY
7 p.m.-10 p.m. - BRIAN SKINNER
10 p.m.-12 mid - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
12 mid-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE
weekends - DUFF ROMAN

CHUM (Summer 1967)
6-10 a.m. - JAY NELSON
10 a.m.-1 p.m. - JOHN SPRAGGE
1-4 p.m. - DICK HAYES (last show: December, 1967)
4-7 p.m. - BOB MacADOREY
7-10 p.m. - BRIAN SKINNER
10 p.m.-12 midnight - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
12 midnight-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE
Weekends - DUFF ROMAN, MICHAEL CRANSTON

CHUM (January, 1968)
6-10 a.m. - JAY NELSON
10 a.m.-1 p.m. - JOHN SPRAGGE
1-4 p.m. - DUFF ROMAN
4-7 p.m. - BOB MacADOREY
7-10 p.m. - BRIAN SKINNER
10 p.m.-12 midnight - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
12 midnight-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE

CHUM (March, 1968)
6-10 a.m. - JAY NELSON
10 a.m.-1 p.m. - JOHN SPRAGGE
1-3 p.m. - DUFF ROMAN
3-5 p.m. - DONNIE BURNS
5-7 p.m. - BOB MacADOREY
7-10 p.m. - BRIAN SKINNER
10 p.m.-12 midnight - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
12 midnight-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE

CHUM (July, 1968 - Just before switch to Drake format)
6-10 a.m. - JAY NELSON
10 a.m.-noon - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
Noon-3 p.m. - JOHN SPRAGGE (last show: July, 1968)
3-6 p.m. - BOB MacADOREY (last show: July, 1968)
6-9 p.m. - JACKSON ARMSTRONG
9 p.m.-12 midnight- BRIAN SKINNER
12 midnight-6 a.m. - BOB LAINE

CHUM (August, 1968 - After switch to Drake format)
5-9 a.m. - JAY NELSON
9-11 a.m. - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
11 a.m.-3 p.m. - BOB LAINE
3-7 p.m. - J. MICHAEL WILSON
7-11 p.m. - JACKSON ARMSTRONG
11 p.m.-5 a.m. - BRIAN SKINNER

CHUM (January, 1969)
5-9 p.m. - JAY NELSON
9-11 a.m. - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
11 a.m.-3 p.m. - BOB LAINE
3-7 p.m. - J. MICHAEL WILSON
7-11 p.m. - JACKSON ARMSTRONG (last show: February 20, 1969)
11 p.m.-5 a.m. - BRIAN SKINNER

CHUM (Spring, 1969)
5-9 a.m. - JAY NELSON
9-11 a.m. - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
11 a.m.-3 p.m. - BOB LAINE (last weekday show: late summer 1969)
3-7 p.m. - J. MICHAEL WILSON
7-11 p.m. - CHUCK McCOY
11 p.m.-5 a.m. - BRIAN SKINNER (last show: August, 1969)
(Note: HAL WEAVER did 9-11 a.m. music show in summer of '69)

CHUM (Fall, 1969)
5-9 a.m. - JAY NELSON
9-11 a.m. - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
11 a.m.-3 p.m. - GARY DUKE
3-7 p.m. - J. MICHAEL WILSON
7-11 p.m. - CHUCK McCOY
11 p.m.-5 a.m. - ROGER ASHBY

CHUM (January 24, 1970)
5-9 a.m. - JAY NELSON
9-11 a.m. - SPEAK YOUR MIND with LARRY SOLWAY
11 a.m.-3 p.m. - GARY DUKE
3-6 p.m. - J. MICHAEL WILSON (last show: late 1970 or early 1971)
6-9 p.m. - TOM RIVERS
9 p.m.-12 midnight - CHUCK McCOY
12 midnight-5 a.m. - ROGER ASHBY
(Note: JOHNNY MITCHELL replaced Duke in the spring)

CHUM (May 8, 1971)
5-9 a.m. - JAY NELSON
9-11 a.m. - JOHN GILBERT (talk)
11 a.m.-3 p.m. - JOHNNY MITCHELL
3-6 p.m. - JOHN RODE
6-9 p.m. - TOM RIVERS
9 p.m.-12 midnight - CHUCK McCOY
Weekends - DR. DON REAGAN, SCOTT CARPENTER

CHUM (July 28, 1971)
5-9 a.m. - JAY NELSON
9-11 a.m. - DR. DON REAGAN
11 a.m.-3 p.m. - JOHNNY MITCHELL (last show: 1972)
3-6 p.m. - JOHN RODE
6-9 p.m. - TOM RIVERS
9 p.m.-12 midnight - CHUCK McCOY
12 midnight-5 a.m. - ROGER ASHBY
Weekends: SCOTT CARPENTER

CHUM (October 28, 1972)
5-9 a.m. - JAY NELSON
9-11 a.m. - JOHN GILBERT (talk)
11 a.m.-3 p.m. - ROGER ASHBY
3-6 p.m. - DUKE ROBERTS
6-9 p.m. - TERRY STEELE
9 p.m.-12 midnight - SCOTT CARPENTER
12 midnight-5 a.m. - MARK EDWARDS
Weekends - CHUCK McCOY, TOM RIVERS, JOHN RODE

CHUM (June 23, 1973)
5-9 a.m. - JAY NELSON
9 a.m.-12 p.m. - ROGER ASHBY
12 p.m.-3 p.m. - JIM VAN HORNE
3-6 p.m. - TERRY STEELE
6-9 p.m. - TOM RIVERS
9 p.m.-12 midnight - SCOTT CARPENTER
12 midnight-5 a.m. - PAT ST. JOHN


CHUM (September, 1973)
5-9 a.m. - JAY NELSON
9 a.m.-11 p.m. - JOHN GILBERT (talk)
11 a.m.-3 p.m. - ROGER ASHBY
3-6 p.m. - TERRY STEELE
6-9 p.m. - TOM RIVERS
9 p.m.-12 midnight - SCOTT CARPENTER
12 midnight-5 a.m. - PAT ST. JOHN
Weekends: JIM VAN HORNE

CHUM (July 20, 1974)
5-9 a.m. - JAY NELSON
9 a.m.-12 noon - ROGER ASHBY
12 noon-3 p.m. - DUDE WALKER
3-6 p.m. - TOM RIVERS
6-9 p.m. - TERRY STEELE
9 p.m.-12 midnight - SCOTT CARPENTER
12 midnight-5 a.m. - MIKE COOPER
Weekends: JIM VAN HORNE

CHUM (January 4, 1975)
5-9 a.m. - JAY NELSON
9-11 a.m. - JOHN GILBERT (talk)
11 a.m.-3 p.m. - JOHN RODE
3-6 p.m. - TOM RIVERS
6-9 p.m. - TERRY STEELE
9 p.m.-12 midnight - SCOTT CARPENTER
12 midnight-5 a.m. - CHUCK MORGAN
Weekends: JIM VAN HORNE

CHUM (1979)
5-9 a.m. - JAY NELSON (last show: December, 1980)
9 a.m.-12 noon - TERRY STEELE
12 noon-3 p.m. - JOHN MAHJOR
3-6 p.m. - JOHN MAJHOR
6-9 p.m. - BOB MAGEE
9 p.m.-12 midnight - J.D. ROBERTS
12 midnight-5 a.m. - DAVE FOREMAN

CHUM (1982)
5-9 a.m. - TOM RIVERS
9 a.m.-12 noon - TERRY STEELE
12 noon-3 p.m. - MIKE HOLLAND
3-7 p.m. - JOHN MAHJOR
7 p.m.-12 midnight - BOB MAGEE
12 midnight-5 a.m. - STEVE BOLTON
Weekends - STEVE BOLTON

CHUM (1986)
(Original lineup: Hits of Yesterday and Today format)
5:30-9 a.m. - DON PERCY
9 a.m.-12 noon - GERRY FORBES
12 noon-3 p.m. - TERRY STEELE
3-6 p.m. - BOB MAGEE
6-9 p.m. - MIKE HOLLAND
9 p.m.-12 midnight - RUSS McCLOUD

CHUM (1990)
(Early lineup: All Oldies CHUM format)
5:30-9 a.m. - BOB MAGEE
9 a.m.-2 p.m. - JACK DENNIS
2-6 p.m. - DAN MICHAELS
6-10 p.m. - RUSS McCLOUD
10 p.m.-2 a.m. - MELANIE DEVEAU
2-5:30 a.m. - KORI SKINNER/JEREMY SMITH/ANDY K.

CHUM (1993)
5:30-10 a.m. - BOB MAGEE
10 a.m.-2 p.m. - GREGG LEE
2-6 p.m. - DAN MICHAELS
6-10 p.m. - RUSS McCLOUD
10 p.m.-2 a.m. - ANDY K.
2-6 a.m. - KORI SKINNER/JACK DENNIS
Weekends - MARK PAYNE

CHUM (1995)
5:30-9 a.m. - BOB MAGEE
9 a.m.-2 p.m. - JACK DENNIS
2-7 p.m. - RUSS McCLOUD
7-9 p.m. - ANDY K.
9-10:30 p.m. - DR. LAURA SCHLESSINGER (talk)
10:30 p.m.-1 a.m. - ANDY K.
1-5:30 a.m. - KORI SKINNER

CHUM (1997)
(After change to mostly automated, pre-taped format)
5:30 a.m.-10 a.m. - RUSS McCLOUD
10 a.m.-3 p.m. - BRUCE MARSHALL (voicetracked)
3-7 p.m. - CHARLIE O'BRIEN (voicetracked)
7 p.m.-12 midnight - MARK CHAMBERS (voicetracked)
12 midnight-5:30 a.m. - ANDY K. (voicetracked)

CHUM (2001)
(Just before switch to all-sports format)
6-9 a.m. - BRIAN HENDERSON
9 a.m.-2 p.m. - CHARLIE O'BRIEN (voicetracked)
2-7 p.m. - BRUCE MARSHALL (voicetracked)
7 p.m.-12 midnight - MARK CHAMBERS (voicetracked)
12 midnight-5 a.m. - BRUCE MARSHALL (voicetracked)
Weekends - MARK PAINE

CHUM (2002)
(After switch back to oldies)
6-10 a.m. - BRIAN HENDERSON
10 a.m.-3 p.m. - BRUCE MARSHALL (voicetracked)
3-8 p.m. - MARC CHAMBERS (voicetracked)
8 p.m.-1 a.m. - GORD JAMES (voicetracked)
1-6 a.m. - OLDIES (no host)
Weekends: MARK PAYNE (voicetracked)




Rock Radio Scrapbook

CHUM HISTORY

"1050 CHUM" was a legendary Top 40 powerhouse during the late 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and early 1980s.

Early history and Top 40 format

CHUM AM was launched as a dawn-to-dusk radio station on October 28, 1945 by Jack Q'Part, an entrepreneur in the business of patent medicines. The station, then operating from studios in the Mutual Street Arena, was taken over in December 1954 by Allan Waters, a salesman from Q'Parts' patent medicine business. Waters' first major move was to secure a license for 24-hour-a-day broadcasting for CHUM, along with a power increase to 5,000 watts. Less than three years after Waters acquired the station, and soon after bringing the new fulltime transmitter online, a major programming change was made. On May 27 1957, Waters switched to a "Top 50" format that had proven itself popular in some U.S. cities; Elvis Presley's "All Shook Up" was the first song played. "1050 CHUM" pioneered rock and roll radio in Toronto, and was noteworthy for hosting many noteworthy rock concerts including, among others, visits to Maple Leaf Gardens by Elvis Presley (1957) and The Beatles (1964, '65, and '66). While the station was rising to the top of the popularity ratings in Toronto in the early 1960s, it also built yet another new transmitter in Mississauga, Ontario (a few miles west of the current Toronto city line) along the Lake Ontario shoreline, and raised its power once again to its current 50,000 watts around the clock.

CHUM DJs of the 1960s were zany morning man Al Boliska, who quit in late 1963 to go 'across the street' to CKEY.He was replaced by WKBW, Buffalo radio & TV personality Jay Nelson, popularly known as "Jungle Jay" from his role as host of a children's show on Buffalo's Channel 7 which was also popular among Toronto youngsters. He would be followed by housewives' jock John Spragge; singer/DJ Mike Darow; Pete Nordheimer, replaced in 1961 by witty Bob McAdorey; teen DJ Dave Johnson; and all night maven Bob Laine. Later additions to the CHUM DJ lineup included Duff Roman and Brian Skinner, both of whom came over from CKEY (then owned by Jack Kent Cooke). In the late 1960s, early 1970s, CHUM DJ's included Duke Roberts (also known as Gary Duke for a time), Johnny Mitchell (better known today as Sonny Fox), J. Michael Wilson, Tom Rivers, Scott Carpenter, Jim Van Horne, John Rode, Don Reagan, Terry Steele and Roger Ashby. Among their later mighttime hosts was John D. Roberts, who joined CHUM in 1977 and would eventually become known across North America as White House correspondent for CBS-TV and host of CNN's morning program "American Morning."

CHUM was also well known for its contests, like the 1970s' "I Listen to CHUM" promotion, in which DJs would dial phone numbers at random and award $1,000 to anyone who answered the phone with that phrase.

From gold-based to oldies

By the mid-1980s, CHUM had lost ground in the Toronto ratings to competitor Top 40 station CFTR and FM-based music stations. On June 6, 1986, CHUM dropped its Top 40 format for a heavily gold-based adult contemporary format ("Favourites of Yesterday and Today"). By 1989, CHUM adopted an oldies format, drawing heavily on its previous Top 40 reputation to cater to the fans of that era's music.

Chart #1 - Monday, May 27, 1957 - TOP 50

CHART NUMBER 1

Monday, May 27, 1957

Chart Number: 1
This
Week
Last
Week
ArtistTrackTotal
Weeks
10Presley, ElvisAll Shook Up0
20Boone, PatLove Letters In The Sand0
30Williams, AndyI Like Your Kind Of Love0
40Everly Brothers, TheBye Bye Love0
50Mineo, SalStart Movin' (In My Direction)0
60Storm, GaleDark Moon0
70Robbins, MartyA White Sport Coat (And A Pink Carnation)0
80Gracie, CharlieFabulous0
90Como, PerryGirl With The Golden Braids, The0
100Ray, JohnnieYes Tonight, Josephine0
110Diamonds, TheLittle Darlin'0
120Dell-Vikings, TheCome Go With Me0
130Boone, PatWhy Baby Why0
140Husky, FerlinGone0
150Como, PerryRound And Round0
160Berry, ChuckSchool Day0
170Knox, BuddyParty Doll0
170Lawrence, SteveParty Doll0
180Dorsey Orchestra, JimmySo Rare0
190Domino, FatsI'm Walkin'0
190Nelson, RickyI'm Walkin'0
200Gracie, CharlieButterfly0
200Williams, AndyButterfly0
210Belafonte, HarryMama Look At Bubu0
220Lowe, JimFour Walls0
220Reeves, JimFour Walls0
230Dee, JohnnySittin' In The Balcony0
230Cornell, DonSittin' In The Balcony0
230Cochran, EddieSittin' In The Balcony0
240Mathis, JohnnyWonderful! Wonderful!0
250Mello-Tones, TheRosie Lee0
250Tune Drops, TheRosie Lee0
260Coasters, TheYoung Blood0
270Domino, FatsValley Of Tears0
280Draper, RustyFreight Train0
290Gilkyson, Terry & The Easy RidersMarianne0
290Hilltoppers, TheMarianne0
300Bowen, JimmyI'm Stickin' With You0
310Laine, FrankieLove Is A Golden Ring0
320Platters, TheI'm Sorry0
330Hunter, Ivory JoeEmpty Arms0
330Brewer, TeresaEmpty Arms0
340Sands, TommyTeen-Age Crush0
350Little RichardLucille0
360Sands, TommyMy Love Song0
370Starr, KayJamie Boy0
380Starr, RandyAfter School0
390Johnson, BettyLittle White Lies0
400Bennett, TonyOne For My Baby (And One More For The Road)0
410Knox, BuddyRock Your Little Baby To Sleep0
420Clooney, RosemaryMangos0
430Cornell, DonMama Guitar0
440Belloc, DanFlip Top0
450Baker, LavernJim Dandy Got Married0
460Boone, PatBernardine0
470Copeland, KenPledge Of Love0
470Torok, MitchellPledge Of Love0
480Four Lads, TheI Just Don't Know0
490Armenian Jazz SextetHarem Dance0
500Williams, BillyI'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter0

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80's PROMO





Bob Sam Robbie - 1050 CHUM Morning Show - 1992




Tom Rivers 1982


John Majhor CHUM 1050 Morning show 1986

1050 CHUM Card 1983