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Roger W. Morgan LOVES living here on the Southern Oregon Coast.  Oregon is his home state and radio has taken him all over America and around the world.  This photo with Sonny and Cher was taken at about the same time they released, “I Got You Babe.  Sonny and Roger were happy…Cher was young and innocent.  Time were simpler but they’ve NEVER been as exciting and fun as they are today from our studios in Coos Bay.  What a life!!2E966E83-C0CB-495A-90AE-6F514AC3CF80

A PEEK INSIDE OUR LUXURY MOBILE BROADCAST STUDIO AND HOSPITALITY COACH

We love to travel to the many places reached by our powerful signal that covers a large section of the Southern Oregon Coast.  The custom-designed interior offers full food service and two beverage bars, plus TV’s in the studio and in the hospitality section.  Exterior designed by Freedom Graphics of Bandon, Oregon31116779_198681497416045_6922158336666238976_n.jpg

WE DON’T SAY IT OFTEN ENOUGH!

We LOVE our listeners.  We love our listeners up and down the Oregon Coast and we LOVE OUR LISTENERS who hear us on our live stream on the Internet that’s located right here on our website.  (Just hit the “Listen Live” button and you’ve got us!  This “Morgan”, we had listeners in Japan, Taiwan, United Kingdom, The Philippines, France, China, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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And be sure to catch Bob Malik’s weekday show, 10am-3pm and his weekend syndicated show, THE BEATLE YEARS,- 11pm Saturdays, sponsored by Alloro Wine Bar and Restaurant in Bandon!

THE BOX TOPS DROP INTO ROGER’S SHOW!

Bill Cunningham with The Box Tops, one of the genuine legendary groups of the 60’s, drops into Roger W. Morgan’s show tomorrow (Thursday) at about 9am Pacific Time.  He’s packing some great rock stories about “babes” who hit the rock scene in a HUGE way at a most tender age.  They delivered major hits including “Cry Like A Baby”, “The Letter”, and more.  Bill is packing some great stories and you don’t want to miss this visit from a rock legend…fewer commercials, more legendary music…105.9-THE LEGEND!rogimages (8).jpg

THE BOX TOPS VISIT THE LEGEND!

Tomorrow morning at about 9am, Bill Cunningham of THE BOXTOPS, drops in to visit with Roger W. Morgan  When most of us think early rock ’n’ roll influencers and the city of Memphis, one artist immediately comes to mind: Elvis. But in 1967, just as The King was about to relaunch his live-performance career following a seven-year stint making movies and recording soundtracks in Hollywood another Memphis act began making some significant noise. Combining elements of soul and pop, The Box Tops hit it big virtually overnight, thanks to “The Letter,” a snappy tune that clocked in under two minutes and swiftly reached the top of the charts. Capitalizing on their immediate success, The Box Tops would record and release three albums over nine months from late 1967 to mid-1968, producing additional hits such as “Cry Like a Baby” and “Soul Deep.” Alas, as Elvis’ career skyrocketed, success proved to be fleeting for The Box Tops, who disbanded in early 1970. They didn’t reunited in until 1996, when they resumed touring regularly until lead vocalist Alex Chilton’s unexpected death in 2010. Five years passed before founding members Gary Talley and Bill Cunningham—answering the pleas of fans— joined forces to take The Box Tops back out on the road. images (8).jpg