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  1. tony marzocco says:

    I was there @ the beginning as the station went Top 40 Jan. 1973. I was PT weekends saddled with name DUSTY (yuch) HUDSON. Originally I worked with the late, great George Taylor Morris (WWDJ, XM Deep Tracks), Barry Neal (mornings), PD Jay Mitchell (middays), briefly Lon Fricano & then Paul Radloff (evenings), Brian Quinn news, Mike “Josephs” Scalzi, & the late “Capt. Jack Bligh” Paul Zarcone (WMCA, WBLS, WCBS-FM, WTFM, WKTU PD). I did a 2nd stint in 1973 & worked with “The Real Stoney Brook” now Jim Ryan CBS-FM/FreshFM NYC, Al Bandiero (WPLJ, WKTU, WIFI, WKBW), Mike “Davis Parke” Riccio, Bob McCants news (famous for KISS-FM & now WBLS). I had come back to WBLI from WSVP/Providence & WNHC/WAVZ New Haven. I later went on to do many famous commercials, BIG BARRYS, SPEAKS, HAMMERHEADS, RUMBOTTOMS, DETROIT..hundreds of discos & rock clubs. I live outside of FTL now & still work in the club/hospitality business.

    • 70sKid says:

      Tony, thank you so much for sharing that wealth of information! So glad you stopped by!

    • That’s awesome Tony! I wasn’t alive then, but my parents grew up in Long Island.

    • Jack Kratoville says:

      I believe the station flipped to Top 40 sometime in late 1970 / early 1971.. First song I heard them play was Brewer & Shipley. Don’t forget Jerry McRae (Chuck Mackin – WLNG) and Jim Driscoll (Jim Glascock). I believe Mark Hudson became famous for the Crazy Eddie commercials.

      • tony marzocco says:

        Jack: ouch! Not Crazy Eddie, that was Dr. Jerry Carol of Pix. I did Big Barry’s (voiced by actor Jim Gerth) & ALL of the rock clubs & discos: Speaks, Detroit, Hammerheads, Beggar’s Opera, Penrod’s. Cherry’s, OBI group, etc. –Mark Hudson (2nd tour WBLI)/Dusty Hudson (1st tour WBLI) aka Tony Marzocco of Margate FL.

    • I was manager of the steer inn in Patchogue, and jeff Thomas and stoney brok used to stop in.. we asked stoney about the name, and said they had to have three syllable names ,as it was easier to use over the air. we loved that station !

    • Lynn Routier says:

      Hey Tony,

      Lynn Leone here….Found a business card of your’s when you did the voice overs for Phil Basile for our radio ads. Looked you up and found you’re in Margate, Fl. I’m selling my home on Long Island and will reside in Naples, Fl. full time. Hope you are well and happy

      • Anonymous says:

        Hi Lynn. Wow that’s an old card LOL. Phil Basile, Frankie Basile & Larry Tortorici are long gone unfortunately. My sister lived in Naples for a while. When I retire from FL I’ll be moving to Vegas, baby, my last stop on the timeline. I am well, healthy, organic & in perfect health at 68, although a nit balder. LOL

      • tony marzocco says:

        My sister lived in Naples. Nice place, FL West Coast.

  2. tony marzocco says:

    Ooops! I meant January 1971 we went on the air!! My bad

  3. Jenn says:

    I was the babysitter for Randi Taylor’s (not her real name) son back in 1976-77. They lived across the street from me and I’d listen to her show while babysitting. Any way of finding where she is nowadays?? would love to reconnect! Now my kids listen to BLI!!

  4. carolyn says:

    Bruce Michaels was and always will be the best disc jockey Wbli ever had! His voice was perfect and his comments were always right on spot! Here’s to you, Bruce.

  5. Janne says:

    I agree that Bruce Michaels was the greatest voice on the radio in the 70’s Does anyone know where he is now?

  6. Barry Neal says:

    I was hired before WBLI went on the air. My friend Sonny Taylor of WGLI, called to tell me about this new FM station WBLI and I should call Jay Mitchell, the PD of this new WBLI. When I called him he said not to send an audition tape, that I audition everyday on the air at WBAB. We kept in touch until it was time to give my notice to BAB. We met frequently & put together the format, songs and hires. We started broadcasting from a trailer until the studios were completed. Thank you Jay, Marty Beck, Jim Champlin, Herb Usenhiemer and all the great people I had the pleasure to work with for so many years. We started something that still continues today.

  7. Eric says:

    Help start my radio career as an intern with John Bachman. Those were the days. Barry, Bruce, Randi, Mike, Mr. Bill, John Allen……

  8. Anonymous says:

    I Believe Bruce Michaels Hosted Solid Gold back then. Bruce was the greatest Dj in that era BLI had period !

  9. Arnie says:

    I believe Bruce Michaels Hosted Solid Gold for most of its run. Michaels was the GREATEST JOCK BLI ever had !

  10. Arnie says:

    Is it not wonderful , we can hear our past , Today ?

  11. was famous for advertising rum bottoms (north massapequa and hampton bays). a couple of nyc stations followed through.

  12. jim mckenna says:

    wow what a mind blower I was one of the last two interns, me buffalo bob and lucious lea, for only golds last two years on the air. I believe 85- 86 ish. of course the great DON NELSON (he was a hell of a nice guy) was at the helm. 7 to 12 sunday night till he moved to chicago and they shut it down but thanks for the memories.

    the program director was bill terry
    music director i want to say ruth,
    the promotions director my budy mike larkin wow and herb was there to.

    ps Iuse to also drive the giveaway van all over the island giving away 106 bucks to peeps with the bumper sticker. went did the colisuem the hamptons, march of dimes the time a dij stayed on the roof of the 7 eleven for 4days to raise money for charity wow. I could go on and on MIND BLOW thanks again

    psstehn i move to fla a 20 years old get a gig dj at a bar called flashbacks it was 50’s to the 90’s I did happy hour every day and who shows up. RON GOLD formely of walk program director small world

  13. tony says:

    Update on original WBLI guys: PD Jay Mitchell & his wife Sharon live in the OC in Cali. Jay said original Barry Neal moved to Virginia. The Real Stony Brook is the famous Jim Ryan PD of WCBS-FM NYC. Mike Riccio does real estate on LI. Chuck Mackin took a nasty fall in the studios of WLNG but is recuperating at home. Will he return to the air again? Newman Bob Slade (McCants), WBLS & WRKS legend, passed recently.
    Eric Schwartz (P.J. Cassidy), Paul Zarcone (Capt. Jack Bligh), George Taylor Morris (WWDJ, XM Deep Tracks) are all gone. Progressive overnighter Ken Kohl is with MTV in LA, I think. No news on Pauli, Mike Josephs (Scalzi), newsmen Brian Quinn & Ashley Martella (Bob Phillips).
    Al Bandiero NYC dj legend was not at the WPLJ Closing Party. Hmm.
    Dave Scott (Friedman) also a progressive deejay, no info. Me, I’m still in FTL area in nightclub/restaurant business. Hope to move to LV NV.

  14. Gina says:

    I am proud to say that Mike Scalzi is a Catholic Bishop in Pennsylvania.

  15. The station one time owned wgli babylon . it was destroyed by fire and moved to wado in n.j. which is now spanish.

  16. Gary Levenson says:

    Tony,
    Weren’t you also known as Chris Raymond at some time?

    • Tony marzocco says:

      Yes at WCWP CW Post college and news for WCTO beautiful music in Smithtown (the old WGSM-Fm and now WWSK). Wow I thought only me and my mom knew that air name!

  17. Compare Joe Rotolo played italian music on couple stations.

  18. hey

    i rember rick and shelly sexton in the morning with the speedy cd and the sold gold lunch hour with scott miller

    she was so wackey

  19. roy nilsen says:

    I was wrapping up my BLI internship 40 years ago this week, under Bill Terry. I also drove the BLI Van and gave away Free Gas to vehicles with the famous BLI bumper sticker. I was there during the move from ‘downtown’ Patchogue to the custom building on Route 112 in Medford. Barry Neal in the morning, Bruce Michaels in Middays, Chris Tyler (Ed Lenane of EMF fame) in afternoons (then Rick Summers) and Rob McLean in evenings, if I recall correctly. Still owned by Beck-Ross. BTW, MD was Ruth Tolson

  20. Kristina says:

    I grew up with WBLI from Smithtown. I was just telling a friend of mine that I don’t remember hearing a lot of Fleetwood Mac growing up. Now as an adult I LOVE their music. I listen to 70’s and 80’s all day while I work. I love this music. This music has more heart and soul. Today’s music is a disgrace to all the artists of the 70s and 80s

  21. went to NYIT and was mentored by a fellow I believe was from WBLI, Bob seems to ring in my mind. He was a heavy-set fellow, but a gem of a teacher. What was his name?

  22. Tony marzocco says:

    Update on the earliest BLI guys: Ashley Martella passed, Jay Mitchell back on LI retired in Riverhead. Barry Neal lives in Mexico! Chuck Mackin aka Jerry MacRae lives in assisted living in Southampton; newsman Bob McCants (Bob Slade at WRLS and WBLS) passed, Al Bandiero lives in FL and NY and produces movies, and Jeff Thomas/Mike Scalzi is a Bishop at the Old Catholic Church in Harrisburg.

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