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Dr. Johnny Fever's last set

by Baron Earl

2024-03-31 18:02:03

WKRP in Cincinnati aired from 1978 through 1982. Howard Hesseman played Dr. Johnny Fever, a DJ from Los Angeles who was fired from his previous job for saying the word "booger" on the air. In the show Hesseman would do some dialogue, introduce a song, and start the song. You'd hear a few notes, but never the whole song.

That oversight has now been fixed by postconsumer01, the mind behind postconsumer01 decided to take every DJ break that Dr. Johnny Fever ever made on the show, and then add the music in, using the same music that the Doctor himself selected.

The result is a three-hour radio show hosted by Dr. Johnny Fever, full of hits and near-hits from the 1970s and early 1980s.

Over.  End of Story.  Go home now.

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