It's been repeated, but Biondi has an awesome career, starting in Youngstown, OH, than WKBW in Buffalo and is one of the few survivors of the WLS conversion from Prairie Farmer station in 1960, which debuted with Sam Holman, Mort Crowley, Bob Hale, Gene Taylor & Ed Grennan. Was Jim Dunbar there too? I was around, in Central Ill, when that happened, he was in the 9-12 midnight slot where he belonged. What a career! Very nice man too. When he's on the song selections are more of what I like.
Yes--Jim Dunbar was there as an original. He moved to KGO in 1963. After the first 6 months Art Roberts replaced Ed Grennan.
Biondi was the only reason I listened to WLS-FM. Now he'll be on when I'm sleeping so it's adios WLS-FM for me. Not that they care.
I'll be switching to WJMK during my listening hours.