Brinkman Answers Your Questions. . .
from Ed Roaa:
What I remember about you most as a KQV announcer was one spring Sunday
evening (1959 or 1960) you said, "Here's Cherry Pie! Make mine an alimode!"
The song was by Skip and Flip. I also enjoyed how you performed the Top
40 Countdown each week from 3-7 p.m. (M-F).
Please share with me your personal feelings about working with the late
Henry DaBecco who was with KQV for 7 years, and Johnny Mitchell who was
with KQV a little over a year. The three of you were so much fun to listen
to over the air waves!
.... a true gentelman ... a radio announcer turned DJ when ABC purchased
KQV in 58. Hank was happy to oblige me as an usher in my wedding
in MAY of 67. Continued friendship at TAE where he was a booth announcer,
6 Dewitt St in Mt Washington .... his home address stayed locked in my
memory bank!! (Henry passed away March 30,
Johnny Mitchell..aka Hal Buckner ... aka Capt Audio. Never got along
from Bob Middleman:
I just wanted to know how you are doing now after the terrible accident
you had. Are you planning on going back on the air? I hope all is well.
Accident of 12 16 11 still has me walking with walker and cane...do rehab
2 to 3 times a week and work part-time at KGVL in Greenville Tx where I
am an investor. Thanks for concern!!