Dr. Boogie’s Animal Corner

You don’t have to spend much time listening to Bobby’s B100.fm before Dr. Boogie’s love for all living things, both big & small, becomes apparent. Among the rescued oldies you’ll hear in a commercial-free hour listening to B100 will be an assortment of hits and chart stiffs from both the Seventies and Eighties such as the rare and exotic specimens below.Read more

FLASHBACK: B-100’s Top 100 Hits of 1977 (part two)

By HERC, who Bobby has officially appointed to the newly added staff position of ‘B100.fm Chief Intern and All-Powerful Jedi Helper Guy’ Back at the end of July 2017, my wife read an article online about her favorite local radio disc jockey, Bobby Rich (that’s him above giving the thumbs up). The article said that he had retired in February but he was keeping busy running the internet station he started as a hobby in 2011. Curious about his internet station – Bobby’sRead more

HERC’s Hidden Hits, Heard on B100.fm

“You think it’s easy finding new oldies? B100.FM does it every day!” Among the untold number of rediscovered blasts from the past that Dr. Boogie has unearthed, dusted off and shared with B100.fm listeners are these “mid-chart stiffs” I heard recently.  In my experience, you are unlikely to hear these three juicy choices on any radio station anywhere on the planet. Or in the universe, for that matter. Third Rail’s “Run, Run, Run” features future bubblegum pop star Joey Levine recounting the monotonyRead more

THE POWER OF SUGGESTION – – – – – listener commentary

So you’ve been listening to your new favorite radio station for a few weeks now and you really like what you’ve been hearing: +a great mix of tunes from different genres spanning decades; +playful station identification spots and comedy bits that enhance rather than detract or distract from the music; +and a complete lack of commercials. It is Bobby’s B100.fm and it is radio for music fans!Read more

The Original Cast of B-100

  This historic photo was taken the weekend before B-100 signed on for the first time (March 1975).Within a short period several Boogie Brothers and Sisters joined the B-100 family… .including Gary Kelley, “Just Kevin” Anderson, Phil Flowers, Glen McCartney, Ken “Beaver Cleaver” Levine, Cherie, J.R. Rogers, Gene Knight, Shotgun Tom Kelly, Danny Wilde, John Fox, Ellen K (Thomas), Danny Romero, Mike Novak, Christopher Lance, Kathy Aunan, The Rich Brothers: Frank Anthony, Scott Kenyon, Pat Gaffey & Bobby Rich. TheRead more