Massachusetts

WFHN (Fun 107) – Fairhaven/New Bedford, MA – 6/21/98

“Fun 107″ (107.1 WFHN Fairhaven/New Bedford, MA) certainly lived up to its relatively unique name.  In the late 90′s, it was one of the best-sounding stations around, offering a Rhythmic-leaning Mainstream CHR format that even included a few dance/rhythmic classics.  Voiced by the late and great Brian James, here’s a sample of the station from the first day of summer in 1998. At the time this aircheck was recorded, the Fun 107 imaging was being used as a stunt format for then sister station WZZP Atlantic City, NJ which we previously spotlighted here.

WFHN (Fun 107) – Fairhaven/New Bedford, MA – 5/30/99 – Jennifer Hart

“Fun 107” (107.1 WFHN Fairhaven/New Bedford, MA) certainly lives up to its relatively unique name, even to this day.  In the late 90’s, it was one of the best-sounding stations around, offering a Rhythmic-leaning Mainstream CHR format that even included a few dance/rhythmic classics.  Production-wise, the enthusiastic delivery of the voice guy (can’t recall his name — can anyone help?) and jingles were outstanding.  This aircheck is from an early evening in late May 1999. EDIT: The voice of the station was Pat Garrett. Thanks Jeremy Andrews for the info!

WBEC (Live 105.5) – Pittsfield, MA – 12/5/99 – Will Harris

Live 105.5 was a small market, AC-leaning CHR outlet. More information about the history of this station can be found at NECRAT and The Berkshire Eagle.

WFHN (Fun 107) – Fairhaven/New Bedford, MA – 6/17/98

“Fun 107″ (107.1 WFHN Fairhaven/New Bedford, MA) certainly lives up to its relatively unique name, even to this day.  In the late 90′s, it was one of the best-sounding stations around, offering a Rhythmic-leaning Mainstream CHR format that even included a few dance/rhythmic classics.  Voiced by the late and great Brian James, here’s a sample of the station recorded 15 years ago today.  (We also have another Fun 107 montage already posted that was taped just a few days after this one.) At the time this aircheck was recorded, the Fun 107 imaging was being used as a stunt format for then sister station WZZP Atlantic City, NJ which we previously spotlighted here.

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