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50-year radio broadcaster. 35 of them as morning man on WJBC, Bloomington, IL. Since 2001, host of Radio Munson (7-9 pm Thursdays on PBS wglt.org, playing vintage jazz, big band swing and legendary Vegas swingers.
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by Bones Bach with Steve Vogel, in honor of Bloomington, Illinois' Don Calhoun, who sank a 3/4 court shot for a million dollars at a Chicago Bulls game 4/11/93.
by "Bones" Bach, vocal and banjo with co-writer Steve Vogel singing backup. In honor of fellow Bloomington, Illinois, resident Don Calhoun, who won a million dollars for sinking a 3/4 court shot in a promo tion at a Chicago Bulls game 4/14/1993.
Singer, pianist, songwriter Harold Smith wheeled a piano into Bloomington's City Council Chambers one night 50 years ago, sang his "A Touch of Bloomington" for Mayor Bob McGraw and the Council, and they voted it then and forever the Official Song of Bloomington, Illinois USA! (Everybody sing!)
Singer-songwriter Harold Smith wheeled a piano into the City Council Chambers one meeting night in 1963, fifty years ago, performed his "a Touch of Bloomington" for Mayor Bob McGraw and City Council members. They promptly voted it then and forevermore the official song of Bloomington, Illinois,...