Posted 8 months ago
This was our local car show in August . With owners permission we took photo's of some of the cars . I told them I would make a video to music for them . Here are a few cars in Video and the Video
Enjoy "At the Hop " This is a live broadcast from WILS out of st louis in 1958 . The ads are fun and a giveaway for kids for Jack Carney to give you a ride to school everyday for a week :-)
Carney’s first job in St. Louis came on WIL Radio from 1958-1960. While at WIL, Carney came up with his alter ego character “Pookie Snackenburg.” Carney was lured away from WIL to work for a short time at WABC Radio/New York.
Carney’s second stint in St. Louis was at KMOX where he established a following and his place in the community. Taking over the morning spot from Jack Buck in 1971, Carney was an instant hit. During his KMOX years, virtually every celebrity that passed through St. Louis stopped by to say hello to Jack Carney.
Carney’s show on KMOX was a fixture in St. Louis for 13 years.
Jack Carney died of a sudden heart attack at age 52 on November 27, 1984.
Jack Carney was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 2001.