WHAT HAPPENS WHEN SOMEONE LEAVES WARM? THEY STILL WIND UP IN RADIO
Bill Stuart was one of the bedrock announcers of WARM in the 60s. As a matter of fact, it was Bill Stuart who did the Harry West jingle, "Harry West, the Harry West Show, Harry West, the Harry West Show" that stayed with everyone long after Bill and Harry left the airwaves.
When Stuart left WARM, he went on to WSCR as the Morning Man with the moniker of William B. Stuart. Then shortly after the Flood of 1972, WBAX went to an Oldies Format that featured a line up of guys like Ron Berry, Sam Liguori, Scotty Young and Bill himself. Stuart was named the Program Director and the station rocked the Valley with the great sounds of music and patter that was associated only with WARM. Stuart and Young also traveled to Texas to cut those iconic PAMS jingles for 'BAX. Here's a story about Stuart back then and an article that I penned promoting the station when I wrote my music column for The Sunday Dispatch.
EDITOR'S NOTE: If you notice in my column, i spelled Bill Stuart's air name WRONG! The column was written 4 decades ago o a belated apology to Mr. Stuart.