KHJ Thirty - April 17, 1973

Issue #407 - Dawn reaches the survey summit with “Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree.”

KHJ Thirty No. 407 - Johnny Williams   KHJ Thirty No. 407 - April 17, 1973

4 comments:

steve elders said...

Who would have ever guessed that Clint Black would decades later become a big draw in Las Vegas? "Playgroud in My Mind" was his only hit.

Ray Randolph said...

I had no idea that Clint Holmes was a Vegas attraction. Then again, I'm one of those rarities of being a lifelong Angeleno and have never been to Las Vegas.

steve elders said...

Holmes played in the same showroom for something like a decade in the '90s and into the new century. I think the showroom was even named after him. I can't recall which hotel it was, but it was on the Strip. And the show was very well received.

Anonymous said...

Why all the movement of jocks even before Drake left? What the hell was going on in 1973? While Elliot was simply an announcer type, Cat and Fox had star quality and would later prove it elsewhere. Butler I always liked as well, he had a nice touch.