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