THE REAL DON STEELE (1964)

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The year is 1964. It’s a time of sweeping changes in America. The 1950s are now officially over, and the Swingin’ Sixties have arrived with the invasion of many, many mop-topped bands from Britain. At radio station KISN in Portland, Oregon – disc jockey, The Real Don Steele is holding court. This was one year before Don moved to 93-KHJ in Los Angeles, where he became one of the top disc jockeys in Southern California. Somehow, black & white just doesn’t fit The Real Don Steele’s zany personality. So we added color. Now the Real Don Steele really looks REAL! “Let’s spin that stack of black shellac!”.

1964 - Real Don Steele · KISN - Portland, OR (July, 1964) (O)

1964 - Real Don Steele (KISN Radio)

HERE’S 64 SECONDS OF “THE REAL DON STEELE” IN ACTION ON KRLA, LOS ANGELES

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