Dust off your little black dresses and/or your tuxedos — there’s a world premier in our future. It’s been more than three years in the making, but we are now perilously close to seeing all those faces made for radio on the big screen. Luckily we have plenty of time to brace ourselves for the full length version. Look for the release party and the first screening April 18 at the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater. Thanks to Alan and the whole crew at Parallax Productions. It’s been a true pleasure to work with them on the project. Visit the official website for the film at outermostradiothefilm.com.
We’re soooo close, but we need you to give us a boost to get to the top. Our fall pledge drive was tremendously successful, and our gratitude goes to everyone who participated. We just need a few more community-minded folks to do their part to get us to where we need to be to meet our budget. If you’ve got one of our direct-mail appeals still sitting on your desk, do everyone a favor and fill it out and mail it in. Or call us in the office at 508-487-2619. Or go to the pledge page on this here website. Pick your pleasure and make it happen. Thank you. The view from the top is gonna be fabulous.
A Plymouth resident, and long time Red Sox fan, Billboard Bob was bitten by the pop music bug when he first heard “Sea Crusie” by Frankie Ford (it reached #14 in April 1959). Over the years, he began to associate certain songs with certain life experiences, and then — he discovered the charts.
“Being a baseball fan lends the opportunity to analyze statistics, so why not translate this practice to music!” thought Billboard Bob.
Thus, began a relentless study of the billboard charts, which eventually led him to WOMR.< All DJs