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Alan Almond's Pillow ...
Alan Almond's Pillow Talk
He's still inspiring imitators after all this time — even R&B superstar Keith Sweat with his Sweat Hotel on Mix 92.3 (WMXD-FM) — but Detroit's Alan Almond has been making panties damp with his bottomless voice and atmospheric love songs from 7 p.m.-midnight as host of Pillow Talk on WNIC-FM (100.3), which he started more than a quarter century ago, and his style and delivery remain among the most consistent elements in all of radio.
Exhibit A: Almond's nomination as 2008 national Personality of the Year by Radio & Records magazine and his claim to the highest-rated nighttime romantic-mood radio show in Detroit history.
Alan, thank you so, so much.
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Heard from: Longtime Detroit evening ...
Heard from: Longtime Detroit evening radio host Alan Almond.
"I've been very busy shopping my show to the major networks in New York and Los Angeles," he said... Names and Faces, Mon 6/27
Local radio legend Alan Almond
love song-laden program "Pillowtalk" will return to WNIC-FM (100.3) on Monday.
"Alan truly has a special sound and a unique gift for setting the perfect mood at night, and he's a staple of Detroit radio," says Darren Davis, Clear Channel regional vice president of programming.
go in 2002.
"I guess you can write we had creative differences," Almond
said at the time.
"Pillowtalk" will air from 7 p.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday... Almond and 'Pillowtalk' back on WNIC
, (Sat 9/17)
is making a return to Detroit radio.
The seductive voice of "Pillowtalk" -- who was fired from WNIC-FM (100.3) in November 2002 -- returns to the station Monday.
ALMOND worked at WNIC off and on from 1972-2002 with a brief stint at cross-town WOMC during the 80's. (Fri 9/16)
Michiguide.com: Michigan's Guide to Radio and Television Broadcasting: June 2005 Archives
Heard from: Longtime Detroit evening radio host Alan Almond."I've been very busy shopping my show to the major networks in New York and Los Angeles," he said ... Names and Faces Mon 6/27
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You remember weeknights at 12 midnight when WNIC's Alan Almond would sign off his show Pillow Talk and his signature sign-off over the instrumental "Summer Madness" by Kool & The Gang: "I love you so so much, and sweet dreams, Angel."
Host: Alan Almond
Hosted by Alan Almond
, one of American radio's most unique air talents, the show hypnotizes 25-54 women nightly with talk about love.