Tuesday, July 22, 2014

KLCX


The front and back of a t-shirt from KLCX in Eugene, Oregon.  They were on the air from 1987 to 1993 before flipping to CHR as KDUK.  KLCX was licensed to Florence, OR.  Anyone know what Worden & Goodman's "Lic Me!" was all about (and why it was spelled like that?)

UPDATE:  See comments.

4 comments:

  1. Yep. The LIC number, (listener identification code) was obtained by listeners by either calling the station, or writing in to get your number/membership. Every morning, shortly after the "Big Daddy wakes up Eugene" bit, the radio hosts would call one of the people who had signed up for a LIC, and provided a contact phone number. The rule was, in order to win, the first thing you had to do was immediately shout out "Lic(k) me!!" when your phone rang in the morning, with no certainty of who was actually calling you. It could have been Worden or Goodman, or it could have been your boss calling you in early, or your mother in law. Ahh, those were the days of radio....

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  2. Wow...somebody remembers! Your description of the LIC number is right on. I wish I still had one of those shirts! Thanks....Goodman (of Worden and Goodman)

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  3. Wow...somebody remembers! Your description of the LIC number is right on. I wish I still had one of those shirts! Thanks....Goodman (of Worden and Goodman)

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