WITH JEFF SHANNON
Hey there! Welcome to Z93wind on Demand, your chance to catch up on any shows that you may have missed. New shows air every Sunday at Noon EST on Z93.
A Full Hour of Led Zeppelin
The band is re-releasing their entire catalogue, remastered by Jimmy Page himself, and we’ll feature some never-heard-before recordings
Plus A countdown of the top classic hits on August 14, 1991
(Click on the segment number to listen)
January, 1975 Airdate 08/17/14
Segment 1: An armed robber is rebuffed at the Seaway Plaza, and the movie matinees, plus music from Grand Funk, Bobbie Vinton, Paul and Anka.
Segment 2: The big TV premieres, and shots are fired in Pulask over a parking spot, plus music from John Lennon, Paul McCartney & Wings, and Ringo Starr.
Segment 3: Draft Dodgers Amnesty Commercials air on WWNY-TV, a hero saves a family from a fire in Gouverneur, plus music from Frankie Valli, The Average White Band, Helen Reddy, and Harry Chapin.
40 Years Ago, August 10, 1974 Airdate 08/10/14
Segment 1: Watertown bans mini-bikes, Secretary Calloway visits Camp Drum in anticipation of a name change, and a tightrope crossing of the Twin Towers, plus songs #13- 11, including Golden Earring, Andy kim, and Chicago.
Segment 2: Movies (Parallax View, Herbie Rides Again), the Watertown Mardi Gras, and the Governor visits the Gouverneur Fair, plus songs #10 - 6, including Bachman Turner Overdrive and Dave Loggins.
Segment 3: A new restaurant on LeRay Street, Bands Bars and Charlie Brown, and The Resignation of President Nixon , plus songs #5 - 1, including Steely Dan, John Denver, Elton John and Harry Chapin.
A Full Hour of Heart Airdate 08/03/14
October, 1982 Airdate 07/27/14
Segment 1: A booby trapped bomb in Edwards, and the race for New York State Governor, plus music from Kenny Loggins & Steve Perry, Men at Work, Michael Martin Murphy, and Juice Newton.
Segment 2: EPCOT opens at Disney World, and three low power TV stations proposed in Watertown, plus music from Rush and Survivor.
Segment 3: A run down in Gouverneur, and the Pac Man record broken at Mr Sub in the Watertown Northland Plaza, plus music from Joe Jackson, Michael McDonald, Steel Breeze and Billy Joel.
25 Years Ago, July 20, 1989 Airdate 07/20/14
Segment 1: HGS asks to take over Pratt Street, The Crash of United Flight 232, The first flight of the stealth bomber, and the Movies, plus songs #12- 10, including Neney Cherry and Martika.
Segment 2: Steaks, Bands, Bars, Zoos, Mitch Miller, Expose in the Bay, The Top 10 TV shows, and the unlikely premiere of "Seinfeld", plus songs #9 - 6, including Donna Summer, Expose, and Richard Marx.
Segment 3: Syringes at Southwick's, TV star killed by stalker, carnies in Lowville with a fake police car, and the Nintendo Game Boy is released, plus songs #5 - 1, including Cyndi Lauper, Simply Red, Madonna, and Fine Young Cannibals.
July, 1990 Airdate 07/13/14
Segment 1: Parents abduct their own children from Henderson, and Watertown demolishes homes while The Watertown Daily Times holds a "Demolition Derby" contest, plus music from Billy Idol, Michael Bolton, and MC Hammer.
Segment 2: Maryalice Demler wins the Live Broadcast of Miss New York State, while Sperling's Furniture announces closures, plus music from Sweet Sensation and Faith No More.
Segment 3: A burglar is trapped by Barney the German Shepard all night, and Independence Day Celebrations in Watertown and Fort Drum, plus music from Phil Collins, Jeff Lynne, Colin James, and Mariah Carey.
A Full Hour of Neil Young Airdate 06/29/14
June, 1979 Airdate 06/22/14
Segment 1: An assassination attempt on an Antwerp Fireman, and Cape Vincent tapped to be the site of Woodstock 2, plus music from David Naughton, Rod Stewart, and Raydio.
Segment 2: The death of John Wayne, and an off-duty cop saves a life after an accident, plus music from The Doobie Brothers and Poco.
Segment 3: A fugitive is arrested when he comes home for his mother's funeral, an arrest in the Antwerp Fireman's shooting, and Clayton approached to host Woodstock 2, plus music from Sister Sledge, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Styx, and Kenny Rogers.
40 Years Ago, June 15, 1974 Airdate 06/15/14
Segment 1: Petty Robberies, The Jefferson County Office Building Bids, Strike Delays the Fairgrounds Pool Construction, TV Tonight, the last episodes of "The Flip Wilson Show" and "Sonny & Cher", and The third "Doctor Who" regenerates, plus songs #12- 10, including The Righteous Brothers and Steely Dan.
Segment 2: The Movies, The Flag Day Parade, Bars, Bands, and The Sacred Heart Festival, plus songs #9 - 6, including The Hollies, Hues Corporation, and Ray Stevens.
Segment 3: Old Fashioned Donut Day, Sales at Woolworth's and the other McDonald's, Missing Fishermen off Cape Vincent, and the Regents are cancelled, plus songs #5 - 1, including Olivia Newton John, Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods, Gordon Lightfoot, and Paul McCartney & Wings.
August, 1989 Airdate 06/08/14
Segment 1: A party turns into a fight on Boyd Street, and aports at Carthage are almost eliminated, plus music from Cher, Fine Young Cannibals, and Michael Morales.
Segment 2: The premieres of "PrimeTime Live" and "Saved by the Bell", and a Hospital President drives off a boat ramp in Sackets Harbor, plus music from Great White and Cyndi Lauper.
Segment 3: A big controversy at the New York State Firefighters Convention in Watertown, and Rob Krone leaves WNYF for Crosstown rival WWNY, plus music from Milli Vanilli, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Roxette, and Moving Pictures.
A Full Hour of Blondie Airdate 06/01/14
30 Years Ago, May 25, 1984 Airdate 05/25/14
Segment 1: An armed robbery at the Jefferson National Bank in Philly, and the last TV episodes of "One Day at a Time", "Hart to Hart", "Fantasy Island", and "Three's Company", plus songs #12- 9, including Rick Springfield, The Go-Go's and Billy Joel.
Segment 2: The Movies, Stuffed Cabbage, Bands, Bars & Wet T-shirts, plus songs #8 - 6, including Night Ranger and Phil Collins.
Segment 3: Rowdy Teens at Thompson Park, The "Press Your Luck" Game Show Scandal, and Jefferson County's first sobriety checkpoint, plus songs #5 - 1, including Steve Perry, Lionel Ritchie, Deneice Williams, and Cyndi Lauper.
May, 1986 Airdate 05/18/14
Segment 1: An artillery shell found in the backwoods of Watertown, and downtown parking problems caused by the Woolworth Parking Garage Closure, plus music from INXS, Culture Club, and The Bangles.
Segment 2: The Fallout from the Chernobyl Disaster, and protests at the Armed Forces Day celebrations, plus music from Robert Palmer and GTR.
Segment 3: A freak whale watching accident on the LaFargeville senior trip, and an Indian burial site found near Clayton, plus music from The Pet Shop Boys, Mr. Mister, The Rolling Stones, and Whitney Houston.
December, 1993 Airdate 05/11/14
Segment 1: A Watertown native is killed in a high speed chase, and a two-headed calf is born live in Parishville, plus music from Aerosmith, Toni Braxton, and Cry of Love.
Segment 2: The Movies (Wayne's World 2, Mrs. Doubtfire), and sticker shock on the Veterans Memorial Walkway, plus music from Phil Collins and Alice in Chains.
Segment 3: Construction halted on the new Sam's Club, and the new Court Street Bridge opens, revealing an eyesore, plus music from The Cranberries, Tevin Campbell, Mr. Big, and Celine Dion.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Special Airdate 05/04/14
Segment 1: Hall & Oates and Linda Ronstadt
Segment 2: Peter Gabriel and Cat Stevens
Segment 3: Nirvana and KISS
October, 1982 Airdate 04/27/14
Segment 1: A Shooting spree in Pulaski, and the fuel at the Watertown International Airport is drained, plus music from The Who, Melissa Manchester, and Jackson Browne.
Segment 2: The Movies (First Blood, An Officer & A Gentleman, E.T.), and a stuck freighter near Wellesley Island, plus music from A Flock of Seagulls, Neil Diamond, and Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes.
Segment 3: Bob Kurtz Chevrolet closes, and a big day at Fort Drum, plus music from Survivor, Sylvia, The Alan Parsons Project, and Lionel Ritchie.
20 Years Ago, April 20, 1994 Airdate 04/20/14
Segment 1: The Attorney General argues to re-try the "Casablanca 5", Four students rescued from an ice floe near Clayton, and the Movies, plus songs #14- 11, including Pink Floyd, Enigma, and Beck.
Segment 2: The top ten TV shows, the premiere of Ellen's sitcom and "Space Ghost Coast to Coast", Pizza & Women's Oil Wrestling, plus songs #10 - 6, including Richard Marx and Big Mountain.
Segment 3: The Deaths of Richard Nixon and Kurt Cobain, The Search for Heidi Allen, and a Gold Medalist comes home to Potsdam, plus songs #5 - 1, including The Crash Test Dummies, Mariah Carey, Ace of Base, and Counting Crows.
A Full Hour of Bruce Springsteen 04/13/14
April, 1976 Airdate 04/06/14
Segment 1: The Electric Building demolition causes problems for the YWCA, and A strike causes a Budweiser shortage, plus music from The Bellamy Brothers, Fleetwood Mac, The Carpenters, and The Silver Convention.
Segment 2: The Presidential Primaries, and moon Candy sold by a Watertown Church contains razors, plus music from The Rolling Stones and Peter Frampton.
Segment 3: The Death of Howard Hughes, and from 90 degrees to snow within one week, plus music from Gary Wright, Captain & Tennille, The Bay City Rollers, and Barry Manilow.
April Fool's Day Special 2014 Airdate 03/30/14
Segment 1: Novelty songs from Napoleon XIV, Bobby Pickett, Brian Hyland, and The Royal Guardsmen
Segment 2: Silly songs from Ray Stevens, Randy Newman, and Cheech & Chong
Segment 3: Novelty songs from The Simpsons, Bob & Doug Mackenzie, and Weird Al Yankovic.
A Full Hour of Paul Rodgers Airdate 03/23/14
March, 1991 Airdate 03/16/14
Segment 1: A Watertown native is recognized for his work on the Nuremberg Trials, and tests for the new High Definition Television, plus music from Cathy Dennis, Stevie B, and Bad Company.
Segment 2: Movies (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, The Silence of the Lambs), and The Thompson Park Zoo asks to start charging admission, plus music from The Law and The Black Crowes.
Segment 3: New cable channels in Watertown, and Fort Drum soldiers return home after the Gulf War, plus music from Simple Minds, Gloria Estefan, The Rembrandts, and Rod Stewart.
40 Years Ago, March 9, 1974 Airdate 03/09/14
Segment 1: Boaters rescued near Clayton, OPEC ends the oil embargo, and the Movies, plus songs #13- 11, including Redbone, Elton John, and Blue Swede.
Segment 2: The Final TV Episodes of several shows, HoJo's, Ray John, Jonboy's, and The Lion's Den, plus songs #10 - 6, including James Taylor & Carly Simon, John Denver, and Paul McCartney & Wings.
Segment 3: An armed Robbery at Camp Drum, A Strike at the Air Brake, Hank Aaron closes in, and Polar Bear Week for Girl Scouts at Camp Trefoil, plus songs #5 - 1, including Cher, David Essex, Jim Stafford, and Terry Jacks.
May, 1983 Airdate 10/21/12 (Special Request For Steve)
Segment 1: An army helicopter crashes in Lorraine, and preparing for the Watertown Pirates, plus music from Prince, The Tubes, and Culture Club.
Segment 2: The Stateway Cinemas add a screen, Movies (Blue Thunder, Flashdance, Return of The Jedi), and sRefurbishing Downtown Watertown, plus music from Hall & Oates and Toto.
Segment 3: Two long running TV shows are cancelled, and an F3 Tornado destroys Boonville, plus music from Ronnie Milsap, Men at Work, David Bowie, and Bryan Adams.
Question or Comments? Is there an old show you'd like me to upload to the archives?
Contact me: email@example.com