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WBLI (106.1 ‘BLI) – Long Island, NY – 2/7/98 – Doc Medek

WBLI was an upbeat, fun-sounding CHR outlet, offering Long Island a locally focused alternative to similarly formatted stations from New York City.  

WBLI (106.1 ‘BLI) – 5/16/97 – Al Levine on the Scene

In the mid to late 90’s, WBLI was a dance-leaning CHR outlet, offering Long Island a locally focused alternative to similarly formatted stations from New York City.

WBLI (106.1 ‘BLI) – 2/2/99 – Al Levine on the Scene

WBLI was (and may still be) an upbeat, fun-sounding CHR outlet, offering Long Island a locally focused alternative to similarly formatted stations from New York City. This is a sample of the station recorded 17 years ago today.

WBLI (106.1 ‘BLI) – 3/7/98 – Fester

WBLI was (and may still be) an upbeat, fun-sounding CHR outlet, offering Long Island a locally focused alternative to similarly formatted stations from New York City. This is a sample of the station recorded 17 years ago this month, during “Club ‘BLI” Saturday night mixshow programming.

WXXP (Party 105) – Long Island, NY – 8/30/98 – Fester

Recorded 16 years ago today, this is a sample of Long Island’s Party 105 just a few months after its debut. With the legendary Mitch Craig as its voice, and a high-energy presentation featuring both dance and hip-hop selections, Party 105 was more reminiscent of Rhythmic CHRs from the late 80’s and early 90’s. (Most of its peers in the format at this time were focused mostly or entirely on hip-hop, with a less aggressive approach.) Per Wikipedia, Party 105 has undergone numerous format tweaks and call letter changes over the years.

105-108 Vibe FM – East of England, UK – 12/28/97

Recorded 16 years ago this month, this is a montage of the station now known as “Kiss 105-108.”  According to Wikipedia, Vibe 105-108 was more dance-oriented; the switch to the “Kiss” name also transitioned the format to a more Urban approach.

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