Buddy Holly
The Alternative Top 40

Buddy Holly: (Self-Titled)

Album #20 - February 1958

Episode date - October 4, 2023

Buddy Holly and the Crickets had an unusual arrangement with their record labels.

The Everly Brothers: (Self Titled, Debut Album)
The Top 500 of The Top 40

The Everly Brothers: (Self Titled, Debut Album)

Album #14 - January 1958

Episode date - September 6, 2023

The Everly Brothers were something of a phenomenon for their times, reaching the top five on the pop, country, and R&B charts, and breaking the top 20 with their debut album

45 RPM Adapters

Well, How DID I Get Here???

A Conversation with John Gomez

Episode date - June 28, 2023

This show was 100% unplanned.

White Dove

For Tina

11/26/39 - 05/24/23

Episode date - May 24, 2023

Today was a workday like most others.


2023 FUNDRAISER - Featuring Alt Top 40 Tracks

Who Says We Can't Work While We're Working?

Episode date - March 22, 2023

Well folks, it’s that time of year again when we do our best to bring our listeners aboard to show some support for WHPC, 90.3 FM.

Earth Angel - The Penguins
How Music Changed

Transistor Days

Episode 1

Episode date - December 20, 2019

Welcome once again to American Hit Radio’s “How Music Changed” Series!

Pete Townsend - Chinese Eyes
How Music Changed

The Who: Chinese Eyes

Channel 150-40

Episode date - July 5, 2019

By 1982, I had just about given up entirely on The Who.

Hang Fire - The Rolling Stones
The Time Was

The Time Was August 1981

Albums Tracks

Episode date - August 17, 2011

Despite the impression that a seismic change in the music scene was brought on by the punk movement, little really changed.

With Tomorrow – Gene Clark
The Time Was

The Time Was August 1971

Albums Tracks 1971

Episode date - August 10, 2011

Like now, not all classic albums were hits back in 1971, and not all hits went on to become classics.

Joe Cocker
The Time Was

The Time Was August 1969

Birth of a Woodstock Nation

Episode date - August 19, 2009

It was forty years ago that the burgeoning hippie counter culture had seen its identity gel into something that was culturally, politically and socially significant.