has been recognized by The Rock'n'Roll Hall
of Fame and Museum by being added to the
new exhibit honoring America's greatest and most influential
photo and bio is on permanent display at the Hall
in Cleveland. At the push of a button, you can hear
a sample of Pat's work covering 40+ years of broadcasting
- beginning with his stints in Detroit at CKLW,
WKNR, and WRIF,
to his long time work at New York's WPLJ
and WNEW FM, right up to his
current national shows on SiriusXM,
and at WCBS FM in New York.
only two disc jockeys have actually been inducted
(Alan Freed and Tom Donahue),
Pat is extremely proud to have been given this honor
by Rock's most prestigious museum.
every day from 10am-5:30pm
and until 9pm on Wednesdays,
and 9pm on Saturdays during Summer
personal note from Pat St. John:
always say (both on the air and off) that there's
nothing more important that you can do in life than
It's why we're here, to have fun and enjoy life.
It's not a selfish thing, as it's impossible to
make anyone else happy if you're not. There's a
new web site I'd like to recommend called Happy-U.org,
where you can read a daily "Bloggity-blog"
for inspiration, and generally get good advice and
little tips on how to be a better person without
too much effort.
good for the spirit and I think you'll find it a
happy and wonderful place to start the day. It offers
personal "happiness coaching" and a whole
lot of goodness designed to make you feel better,
relieve stress, and put into practice easy steps
to a better-feeling "you".
never used this space to try and sell you anything,
and I'm not trying to now. It's just that I trust
and love the people who are running this site, and
I promise you their intentions are just to make
this a better and more fun way to live your life
day by day. Give it a visit and a book-mark and
see if you don't love it. You've got nothing but
happiness to gain from it.
Whether you have a Sirius or an XM Radio,
you can now hear Pat on the following channels:
on 6 - Ch.6 SiriusXM
Beach Boys, Supremes, Four Tops, Dave Clark Five, Creedence
Clearwater Revival, Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Petula
Clark, Four Seasons, Simon & Garfunkel, Tommy James,
The Hollies, Paul Revere
Petty, Van Halen, Aerosmith, Cars, Boston, Police, Journey,
Genesis, John Mellencamp, AC/DC
Sunday from 11am to 3pm Pat is on CBS FM, 101.1
in New York, and worldwide on WCBSFM.com
playing The Greatest Hits of the 60'S, 70's, and 80's.
as Pat digs into his own library and brings you "Collectable
Cuts"... rare versions of hits you won't hear anywhere
else. From original demos of songs you know, to Stereo
versions of songs you've only heard in Mono. You might
hear an alternate take of a song with an extra verse,
or an out-take never intended for release. Pat has versions
of some songs with only the backing track, or other versions
which are vocal-only. It's a unique segment each week,
blended in with New York's Greatest Hits!
Pat's voiceover on the new spot
celebrating Hitsville USA's 50th Anniversary... Now That's What I Call Motown!
Pat St. John in action back in 1997 at WNEW-FM!
up with the development of the new full-length documentary currently
under production called Johnnie Be Good about Rock
N' Roll hall of famer Johnnie Johnson.
The "father of Rock N' Roll"
was the man who first hired unknown singer/guitarist Chuck
Berry. Sitting behind his keyboard, it was Johnnie who
came up with the melodies to go with Chuck's poetry to create "Rock
and Roll Music", "Sweet Little Sixteen", "Roll
Over Beethoven" and just about all the rest of those tunes
that shaped and influenced every Rock N' Roll artist who followed.
The film is being produced by St. Louis
television personality and film maker Art Holliday,
and features Keith Richards, Bonnie Raitt, Bo Diddley, Bob
Weir, and Taylor Hackford (director of "Hail!
Hail! Rock N' Roll" (a must-see movie as well), and
many more who praise their idol Johnnie Johnson.
Johnnie Be Good is
in its final stages, and will be released very soon. Check out the
project at www.johnniebegood.net
An original sketch of Pat
St.John drawn by PETER MAX in 1990,
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