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'quick stainless steel sawdust or other example rest far wanted and places are all screwed up because I was always getting fired for moving mouth...trying to bring unions, things like that. Mention the inflammatory words, Burn, Baby, Burn and anyone who was Los the mid-1960's mention the Watts riots and KGFJ dj Magnificent Montague. LA Times interview on the 20th anniversary of the Watts Riots, he reflected: I didn't know nothing about Watts. I had never been to the South Side. I was only town for six months I lived Bel Air. I didn't know what Watts was all about. When he saw Burn scribbled on the sides of burning buildings, it didn't even on me then what it represented. He reluctantly dropped his slogan three days into the riot and never considered using his prominence to rally against the rioting. I didn't know what the impact was until later. I'm not a social reformer. I'm entertainer. 1967 he left radio for the record business but within a year was back on the radio. While at XERB, he popularized the phrase, Keep the Baby. Claude Hall, a 1974 Billboard magazine article, described him as one of the world's most-heralded and most-copied air personalities, more than the world realizes. Montague has a large collection of rare books and memorabilia ranging from movie stills, letters by Washington Carver and Booker T. Washington and a children's book called Ten Little Niggers. He helped put together the original National Association of Radio Announcers, later known as the National Association of Television and Radio Announcers. 1976 he opened Montague's Gallarie on La Cienega Boulevard, devoted to black culture. From 1977 to 1986, he owned a Palm Springs radio station. The Magnificents, featuring Keyes, named their group as a tribute to Montague. They were a one-hit wonder with Up On the Mountain.Magnificent Montague now lives Las Vegas., Haz: KSSE KACD KBCD KLDE, 1998. Since 2012, Haz has been vp of content for Univision Communications., KMPC 1540AM, 2001. hosts a syndicated sports show., KHJ, 1979; KUTE, 1980; KIIS, 1992. Banana worked at All Comedy Radio. He's now the vice president of programming at KMVN, 2007. joined Movin' 93 fm as afternoon drive host from nights at KZHT Salt Lake City. said, I am excited about joining Movin 93 and Emmis Communications. It's a great opportunity and I can't wait to get started! I'm also looking forward to getting back to Southern California and closer to family. is originally from Bakersfield and did radio the Central Valley previous to Salt Lake City. Currently unknown., KTYM. Unknown., KKDJ, 1972; KRTH, 1972; KGIL, 1974; KIQQ, 1974; KUTE, 1975. died of pneumonia on 4. He was 62. was the morning at Rocker KKDJ 1972 and a veteran of KRTH, KGIL, KIQQ and KUTE during the 1970s. He was mentor and one of closest friends, said McNeal. His production skills were remarkable, but no more remarkable than his own talent, and his willingness to share that talent and pass on all he knew to his crew of new air personalities the making. was the voice of Drake Chenault, doing work all over the world, including Japan, where he recorded announcements phonetically. A lot of talent has been described as having 'the voice of God,' but truly embodied that quality. He had amazing voice, and right up to the end, was the image voice for radio stations across the country. Born 1942 Chattanooga, came to the Southland to work morning drive at KKDJ from Burden's KOIL-Omaha where he was Noonan. After his time on L.A. radio, 1981 he headed to Chicago as the ad campaign manager and copywriter for a local agency and then moved to Zionsville, Indiana. He built -home studio where he performed his voiceover work, station imaging liners and promos for radio and tv stations, as well as Moore On Hold, on-hold message service for business telephone systems. Three years ago he moved to where he died of pneumonia after fighting a lengthy illness., KEZY, 1972; KKDJ, 1973; KFWB, 1974; KHTZ, 1980; KLSX KRLA, 1986 and 1994; KLSX KCBS, 2001; KLSX, 2005; KABC KLOS, 2009. was the general manager of KABC KLOS until October 2011, after Cumulus purchased Citadel. 2012, became President of Courtside Entertainment, joining Norm Pattiz, which he exited late 2012. early 2013, became president of Sports USA Media., KFI, 1986; KNX fm KODJ KCBS, 1988; KLOS, 1997; KLOS, 2007. worked afternoon drive at KLOS until the fall of 2006. He returned for weekends and fill- the of 2007. He was moved to full-time early evenings late of 2009 and early 2013 took over afternoon drive. KHJ, 1982; KNOB, 1982; KHTZ, 1982; KHJ, 1985; KRTH, 1986; KBIG, 1990; KFI, 1995. At KNOB he voice tracked his show as Harris. has active voiceover