ROY STOREY'S SPORTS LINE
Sports commentator ROY STOREY, whose unique on-air persona won him major market gigs in San Francisco, San Diego, and Los Angeles where he worked as a play-by-play announcer for the LA Kings Hockey Team, was on top of the world in the early 1970's.
Roy's luck soon ran out though, and a decade later, unable to get work, he bought airtime from Schofield Broadcasting of Concord, California to premiere his new brand of sports-talk radio. Roy's show became an instant classic, as his career screeched to a halt in front of a potential audience of a dozen or more. Exclusive and frightening.
VANCE COLVIG AT THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY FAIR
Good grief! Could this be the same Vance Colvig who for years played Bozo the Clown on KTLA in Hollywood? The same Vance Colvig who supplied the voice for Yacky Doodle's pal "Chopper" in the popular Hanna-Barbera cartoon series? Listen and decide for yourself.