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By the time the station moved into its Briarcliff digs in the station had switched to the prog-rock format that dominated FM dial in the 70s. Bruce Figlerwho was hired as a disc jockey by Stern inrecalled the station as hot and cramped, with advertising sales and administration sharing a small downstairs office; upstairs were two studios with the music director and teletype machine installed in separate closets.
The stairway was so narrow, you had to turn sideways to let someone pass, he said. There was a window behind where you sat and you had to keep it open because it got hot.
Figler ed the station as it was shifting from free-form with each DJ putting a personal stamp on the playlist, to a mellower format limiting some of the choices. But he was a very nice guy … A bit of a geeky guy, corny sense of humor.
He would go on to several other radio jobs before founding Creative Sound Works in He also was a weekend and fill-in DJ on The Peak — which took over the I hung out there many times in the late 70s as a teenager. I also hung out with Howard Stern twice. I studied guitar at Wizard Sounds Studio, which was right up the street and there were lots of people that would hang that were affiliated together.
It was a world-class facility! Leslie West was one of the big clients of Wizard.
Briarcliff Manor and surrounds is a gorgeous place! I saw them many time nd watch what I can get on you Tube. People had a lot of respect for your management of the band. Listened to Meg all the time and still do. She is one talented and knowledgeable music curator.
Ditto for listening to Howard an still do. The station is historic. While tending bar late at night in the mid 70s, we would listen to WRNW.
One night the disc jockey was out of smokes and asked if anyone listening could drop off a pack of smokes, so I did. My friends and I visited the Mt Kisco studio unannounced in the summer of We were welcomed like old friends to the cramped upstairs studio.
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