Hatch in Framingham, Massachusetts during He has a musical background as a sax player and also plays oboe and guitar. He was always interested in Radio and TV and started working at his college station in Franklin, Indiana in
The history of WBZ is a long, storied one reaching back to the beginnings of commercial broadcasting. He ruled the nighttime airwaves in Boston and all up and down the eastern seaboard until the station shifted to nighttime talk in the late 60s. This show, at least on this tape, is very much just Dick Summer and a stack of records.
I watch it for its humor, nostalgia but also its central theme, that we all affect the lives we touch in ways you could never expect. But the point is how many listeners that show has affected, how many people have launched careers and lifelong passions based upon hearing me and the music I played. I had the reverse experience recently.
The love of music was always there from an early age, but it wasn't until February of that his desire to play the guitar became an obsession. Initially- it was a series of non-descript bands with other neighborhood kids which began to evolve into better neighborhood bands with better neighborhood kids by The earliest viable band was named The Raves, who performed at many of the higher profile teen clubs and school dances throughout Western New York that were popular during that era.
You've heard his voice during his years on the radio, on his weekly podcasts www. He is a pilot, a poet, and a hypnotist. His five highly successful 'lovin' touch" books were published by Random House and Bantam books.
Summertime is closing fast and the Indiana State Fair has come and gone for another year. The joke was that the service was so slow, they had to do something to keep people from leaving. But none of them had Dick Sumner.
So if you are one of those and have tracked me down here, hello! I graduated in I doubt if you remember me from that year I spent after high school working in a textile mill in Hildebran, but stranger things have happened.
The goal was lofty. Many djs claim such ads ran about them; it's shtick to hype self-importance. Opening Billboard Magazine, to the classified ads, this one jumped off the page, about Why didn't the advertiser call Dick and offer him a job?
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