4. Jim Brady, CFTR, November, 1975 (4.53) | 8. Dean Hagopian, CFGO, March 25, 1975 (1.57) | 1. Dean Hagopian, CFGO, March 25, 1975 (6.80) | 6. Yvonne Daniels, WLS, July 12, 1975 (upgraded) (1.60) | 3. Jack Dennett Tribute, CFRB, August 27, 1975 (5.55) | 5. Yvonne Daniels, WLS, July 12, 1975 (upgraded) (2.85) | 2. Roy Hennessy, CKLG, March 19, 1975 (2.81) | 2. J.J, Jeffrey, WLS, May 3, 1975 (2.70)
From the time the Beatles era dawned to the twilight of the disco years, Roy Hennessy
was one of the top personalities at the legendary CKLG.
started at CKLG in 1964 after a few years at CKOK Penticton, B.C., and CHQM Vancouver.
arrived at CKLG, Beatlemania was in full flight - what better time for a deejay to make his
did so, entertaining for 15 years at 730 AM, first as a nighttime jock and then as a popular morning man.
In 1979, he
signed off CKLG-FM - which in 1968 had become Canada's first full-time FM rock station.
The call letters became CFOX.
In the 1980s, Hennessy
moved on to the major markets of Edmonton, Calgary and Winnipeg.
He is now president/director of marketing/PR with Hennessy Bray Communications , an advertising company specializing in electronic and alternative media.
Since 2008, he has also been president/GM of Shore Media Group (CHHR-FM) in Vancouver.
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