Podcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 510.4 with guest Bruce “Cousin Brucie” Morrow is available for listening on demand

Cousin Brucie’s Homecoming
Original Airdates: Oct. 2-4, 2000
TVC 510.4: Ed welcomes Bruce Morrow, the legendary radio personality known around the world as Cousin Brucie. As Cousin Brucie, Morrow introduced millions of listeners across the U.S. to The Beatles, Motown, 1960s soul, surf music, and other musical artists simply by playing their songs on his top-rated radio show. After a successful fifteen-year run on SiriusXM satellite radio, Morrow returned to terrestrial radio with Cousin Brucie’s Saturday Night Rock ’n’ Roll Party, a new, weekly Saturday night music show on WABC Radio in New York that not only marks a personal homecoming, but brings the essence of local radio to a national audience.

How The Beatles Became Sociologically Significant
Original Airdates: Oct. 2-4, 2000
TVC 510.5: National Radio Hall of Famer Bruce Morrow, aka Cousin Brucie, talks to Ed about his friendships with such music legends as The Beatles and Harry Chapin; the time he taught Bob Hope and Jackie Gleason how to become disc jockeys—live on the air; and why music is the food of love, especially in times such as these.

Cousin Brucie’s Saturday Night Rock ’n’ Roll Party airs Saturdays 6pm ET 3pm PT on WABC Radio (New York City), WLIR-FM (Hampton Bays, NY), the WABC app, and nationally across all digital media platforms for streaming on your smartphone or smart speaker.

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