by John Gorman and Tom Feran
Hardcover, 289 pages, Gray & Co, List Price: $24.95 |
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March 15, 2008 For several generations, one of the hottest radio towns in the nation was Cleveland. And one of the hottest stations was WMMS, known as "the Buzzard." John Gorman, its former program director, has just published a memoir about the station.
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