New York's WCBS FM 101.1 is BACK, and Pat is ON THE AIR!
At 1:01PM on Thursday, July 12th, New York's legendary WCBS FM returned to the air after a two year absence (when the 101.1 frequency was known as "Jack" FM). Within 24 hours of the debut of CBS-FM, playing The Greatest Hits of The 60's, 70's and 80's, Pat was hired, and was on the air that next day! This marks a return to the station for Pat, where he was an air personality before the format change.
You can hear Pat every
Sunday from 11AM to 3PM.
T & the MG's
For more on the station visit WCBS FM.com
Pat is thrilled to be back on CBS FM,
and hopes you can listen in on Sundays!
and sounds from America's Number One Oldies Station,
WCBS FM 101.1...
Pat with Mike Smith, lead singer of The Dave Clark 5, pictured backstage
B.B. King's where Mike kicked off his first tour in over 35 years.
Pat with The Doobie Brothers
Pat is seen here backstage at the Hammerstein Ballroom with "Funk
Brother" Bob Babbitt, one of the greatest bass players in the world,
heard on on some of the biggest hits by Motown's Marvin Gaye, The Temptations,
Stevie Wonder, The Supremes and so many more. Pat emceedThe Funk
Brothers concert in April 2003.
Pat in the CBS FM Studio for a live interview with Mark Lindsay of Paul
Revere and The Raiders
here with Dan Ingram at CBS FM's 30th Anniversary Broadcast at
The Museum of Television and Radio, July 2002
to work to follow Dan Ingram on the air September 15th, 2002, Pat heard Dan say
this. "Wow" was all Pat could
Pat St.John catches a rock'n'roll show at BB King's with
Billy J. Kramer, who with his "Dakotas" had hits with "Little
Children", John Lennon's "Bad To Me", and many
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