I’m on the road collecting lots of IDs deep in the heart of Texas – but while I’m traveling, have a big pile of IDs from several Savannah, Georgia trips last year!
(See some tower pictures on Site of the Week, with more coming this Friday…)
I had a handful of new IDs, and the only connection between them is the same time zone!
There’s a bunch of ‘new’ IDs here over the past few days — I’ve been editing IDs previously posted. However, today’s new new (is that a phrase?) IDs will be found in the Columbus (Georgia), Fort Wayne (two never-heard-before stations!), Indianapolis, and NYC folders!
It’s a pretty little historic coastal town, it’s been in the news a lot between Hurricane Dorian and that cargo ship that overturned off the coast, and it’s at the core of what we call the Brunswick-Waycross, Georgia market here on Toppy.
We passed through it three times in just over five months last winter, curiously enough, and recorded most of what there was to be recorded (save for a high school LPFM that wasn’t on the air and a rimshot AM that also seemed to be silent, maybe), and in addition to the IDs here, you can see some pretty pictures on Tower Site of the Week.
That is all.
It’s been a minute, hasn’t it? Life has sort of gotten in the way these last few months, and I’m grateful to Blaine for keeping the lights on and the cobwebs cleared out around here.
But it’s fall now, the kids are back to school, and I’m once again an ENTIRE YEAR behind in posting stuff and trying to catch up.
And so: here’s a pretty comprehensive run of Macon, Georgia IDs from last September. See if you can catch the two AMs that appear in multiple IDs (even though they were really only being simulcast on one FM at a time.)
Thanks to contributor Blaine Stewart here’s part one of some older New Orleans IDs. Enjoy the new sounds, especially the one from 1959!