Category Archive:What’s Up

Back from a much-needed hiatus to cover the blazing summer for us, Chris Herrick will be heard on Saturdays 6 to 10 p.m. MST, and 3 to 8 p.m. Sundays only on Deep Oldies!!!

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Deep Oldies

March 18th, 2011 / / categories: What's Up /

Saturday, March 19, 5 pm and Sunday the 20th at 3 pm (AZ time) Radio Free Phoenix dot com will have as guest DJ on Radio Freedom an all-star RFP Freedom show, featuring Angela Allen along with special guests, Liz Boyle and Gary Laatcsh!

Artwork by Brian Brooks.

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Art Reception for Brian Brooks: DOGS

February 20th, 2011 / / categories: What's Up /

Come One, Come All!!!
Art Reception for Deep Oldies’ own Artist!!!
Brian Brooks: DOGS

Fri. Feb. 18, 6:30 – 9 p.m.
Rock Paper Scissors Salon and Gallery
Durham, NC

“A little food and drink
and a bunch of
DOG PAINTINGS!”

Extra, Extra:
Deep Oldies fondly names Feb. 18
Brian Brooks Appreciation Day!!!

Here at Deep Oldies, today is Brian Brooks Appreciation Day.

Thank you, Brian, for all that you do for Radio Free Phoenix/Deep Oldies.

Hey everybody, join Radio Free Phoenix & Deep Oldies, this Saturday, February 12th at 10am in downtown Scottsdale for the 58th Annual Parada del Sol Parade. The Parade runs north up Scottsdale Road from Oak to Indian School. Hang out with Andy Olson, Liz Boyle and Dave Cooper at the RFP announcing station along the route. After the parade, it’s the 4th annual Radio Free Phoenix Picnic at El Dorado Park at 1900 N. Miller Road, just south of Thomas Road in Scottsdale. Join the RFP & Deep Oldies DJ’s along with live music, food and drink. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Deep Oldies Gazette Issue 1

January 25th, 2011 / / categories: What's Up /

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Deep Oldies Celebrates 1st Birthday!

January 18th, 2011 / / categories: What's Up /

It was on this day, January 18th, 2010, that Deep Oldies went on the air on the net! The original airstaff consisted of Angela Allen, Charmi O’Connor, & the legendary Charlie Ram. An offspring of RadioFreePhoenix.com, Deep Oldies is much like RFP in that it plays songs that have been lost to the airwaves. Concentrating on 50’s, 60’s & early 70’s, Deep Oldies spends this day in tribute to 1 full year on the air!

Appreciation Day

Long time Radio Free Phoenix DJ, Dave Cooper, is now filling in for Mariah Fleming Monday through Friday from 8-12 midnight on Deep Oldies. Dave is bringing his easy-laid back sound to this time slot.  Mariah is taking some time off — we welcome the addition of Dave Cooper to the airstaff!!

This Christmas Eve on Deep Oldies  join us for the 22st Anniversary edition of “A Rock ‘N’ Roll Christmas”. From 6:00 p.m. Christmas Eve through Christmas day at 10:00 p.m. (MST). We will be playing an incredible deep and outrageous mix of Rock N Roll Christmas Tunes. Hosted by Andy Olson, this is the only show in the country that gathers together such a smorgasbord of absolutely cool Christmas Rock & Roll — Featuring top flight Christmas Rock mixed with a generous helping of parody & novelty holiday tunes along with great background information on the artists and songs. Since 1988 this show has been gracing the Phoenix Airwaves, first on KSLX, then KDKB, KZON and then back to KSLX, Radio Free Phoenix and now Deep Oldies!

The the self-proclaimed King Of The Road, Jimmy “HotRod” Phord joins the airstaff at Deep Oldies!

A unique radio talent, Jimmy Phord was born in Norway and moved to the USA when he was very young. Nicknamed “King Of The Road,” he  had trouble staying put in one area too long. He was the voice of the Zowpog, AZ oldies station “KPTZ” (pronounced Kapootz) in the late 70′s and early 80s and hung out with other famous DJ’s of that era,  Angela Allen, Charlie Ram and Ronnie Jensen. Respected in the radio industry, he was able to find an gig wherever he traveled. In June 1982, Jimmy disappeared after an embarrassing incident involving homemade Charlie Ram barbecue sauce and a tractor. He was missing for close to a decade until he slid back into Zowpog under the guise of Art Farmworth, Circle K clerk. This all changed when a member of the city council (while on a beer run), recognized Jimmy and started a movement to clear his name with authorities. This  allowed him to “Go Public” again. Jimmy “Hot Rod” Phord can now be heard on Sunday late morning and early afternoon from 11am to 3pm MST on Deep Oldies

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