NUDE ON THE AIRWAVES:

THE STORY OF "OIL OF DOG"

being
A SERIES OF STORIES ABOUT

A PROGRESSIVE ALL‑NIGHT DISC JOCKEY,

THE RADIO BUSINESS, ROCK'N'ROLL AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC,
THE RECORD BUSINESS, POETRY, THE BUFFALO MUSIC SCENE, COOL,
THE NIGHT, THE WILLIES, AND THE END OF THE WORLD,

concerning events that occurred for the most part between
1974 and 1984

 including interviews with

FRANK ZAPPA, KEITH EMERSON, BLONDIE, ROBERT CREELEY, CHEAP TRICK, MICHAEL MCCLURE, CHRIS WILLIAMSON, THE RAMONES, DEVO, AC/DC,
and many others

by

GARY STORM

who left College Radio KUNM, Albuquerque, 89.9 on your FM dial,
to go to graduate school,

and who left Public Radio WBFO, Buffalo, 88.7 on your FM dial,
to go into commercial radio,

and who was fired once from Wizard Radio, WZIR, Niagara Falls, 98.5 on your FM dial,

and who was fired three times from WUWU, Buffalo, 107.7 on your FM dial,

and who was most recently fired from KBOM, Santa Fe, 94.7 on your FM dial,

this memoir also being entitled:

AN ANALYSIS OF PROGRESSIVE FM RADIO
by
Gary Bruce Storm
A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of
State University of New York at Buffalo in partial fulfillment of the requirements
for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

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