|Most of the great radio
stations of the sixties used jingles from PAMS of Dallas to add that special
sparkle to their presentations. KQV was no exception. From Series 18 to
Series 43, KQV used some of the best PAMS Jingles ever recorded. COLORFUL
KQV was 'The Most Modern Sound'. FUN-LOVIN' KQV was 'One Of
The Good Things About Pittsburgh'. AUDIO 14 was 'The Sound Of Pittsburgh'.
In the Steel City, Pittsburgh listened to RADIO A-GO-GO to hear the 'Fun-Lovin'
Five'. The BIG 14 was the place to hear 'The Happenin' Hit Parade', 'The
Finest Forty', and 'The Wax To Watch'. 14 KQV was 'Where The Good
Times Rolled'. GROOVY QV was 'The Pulse Of Pittsburgh'. Some
of KQV's unique sound was also achieved by the ANITA KERR Singers
who 'Turned Your Radio On'. INTERMOUNTAIN provided some of 'Fabulous
KQV's' early jingles, as did CRC who made KQV 'Radiant Radio', and ULLMAN
all part of the sound of "Wonderful KQV'. KQV program director Mel Hall
had jingles produced by Intercontinental Broadcast Media in 1961.
Click here for a list of KQV Jingle Packages on jingles page 2 !
Click here for my Want-List of KQV Jingles on jingles page 2 !
Jingles on this page are MP3.files !
The KQV Jingle Cart is Loaded
|The On-Line KQV DJ Jingle Montage. Nearly 23 minutes of DJ Jingles. From the beginning with Chuck Dougherty to the very end with Jim Carnegie.|
|This is just a sample
of the many jingles used on KQV. If you have a favorite KQV jingle you
would like added to the website, please let
Thanks to Norman Barrington for the KQV Jingles brlow from TM Productions from a small package called "Keyed Brass". They are from the late 60's. They never hit the airwaves, but were part of a jingle demo. Now you can hear them here !
Check out Page 2 of the KQV Jingles Page