Tony Torre: Station Manager / Owner
Started as a DJ in 1995 in NY, played all of the major clubs and hot spots on L.I. Did some on air work there also. Moved to Florida in 1999 and continued to DJ. Was an on air personality for WMFE for a year then moved to an internet radio station. Now owner of Oldies Your Way Radio
I've been Dee jaying most of my life. As a kid I had my own show on my tape recorder which friends were forced to hear when they visited me.
In the early 60's I was a weekly guest on a folk music show on WNJR in Newark, NJ.
While in the Army I Dee jayed at local service clubs. After the service I Mc'd various types of park concerts in Brooklyn, NY.
In 1983 I became a weekly guest of Freddy The German Cowboy on WJDM in Elizabeth, New Jersey. From there we moved to another station that I consider my real beginning. We were now on WCNJ in Hazlet, NJ. Things changed for us as we were now doing our own solo shows. By 1985 I got very involved with this station as I was filling in for almost everybody. While there I started "The Pop Shoppe".
At one point I moved onto WPDQ in Freehold/Howell, NJ. where I made some new friends including Program director Dlanna who would eventually leave and start top shelf oldies where I stayed for 10 years.
And now I'm pleased to embark on my newest venture: joining Tony's station Memory Lane Oldies
DJ Rockin’ Ric
I am from West Texas and I am a car enthusiast and car collector. I started deejaying at car shows and swap meets in 2006. If you like oldies, rock ‘’n’’ roll, rockabilly, and rockin’country tune
into Ric’s Digital Garage for a blast from the past.
Born and raised in Brooklyn New York in the 50's – Cal was addicted to Rock N Roll from a very early age. After singing in an un-named local neighborhood group on the corner. Tried breaking into the “Biz” singing solo, taking lessons from a professional across the street from the Brill Building. Also tried his hand at song writing for Jordan Christopher (formally of Jordan and the Fascinations). All while working at Capitol Records and Colony Records in the Times Square/Broadway area back in the early 60's when the music world was set on its ear with Beatlemania. Left it all behind for a career in the US Navy, However, he never got the music out of his system. While serving on active duty he created a traveling variety DJ club act in the 70'S and finally landed commercial “Air Work” in the 80's and 90's with stations like KUAM-AM, KSTO-FM, California North County KEZL-FM and San Diego KyXy.
He is back live on Memory Lane Oldies Radio with a weekly show called “HOT WAX and DOO WOP MEMORIES” spinning some great tunes and sharing some fond memories of a time gone by. Click him in on Saturdays 7pm – 10pm Pacific 10pm – 1am EASTERN…Check out the many celebrity artists Cal has interviewed by going to
Jerry Russell known to all as Chief.
Goldoldies/Goldradio is the brain child of Jerry Russell known to all as Chief.
The station was started some years ago, but due to ill health, Chief was unable to dedicate the time he wished to develop the station to it's full potential till early 2000. Chief lived in the beautiful Lake Wallenpaupack area of northeast Pennsylvania in the Pocono Mountains.
Ultimately, Chief’s vision was to Goldradio’s audience, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Chief wanted Goldradio to be the best interactive Music/Chat site on the internet.
With Chief’s passing in May, 2014, Goldradio went through a management change. Goldradio’s ownership was transferred from Chief to his wife, Chriss.
Chief wanted to give his audience American and British music not heard in it's purest form anywhere else in the world.
Goldradio’s format, strictly speaking, is Oldies, Doowop and Old Time Radio.
For example, Goldradio caters for both the casual doowop enthusiast to the professional hard-core rhythm and blues collector. Goldradio has three of the best dj's in this genre: George Frunzi, Mogie, and Carl Tancredi.
Listeners can access the music from the comforts of their computers. How?
Gold radio supports all internet connections from,
Dialup 24kbps to Cable/DSL 128kbps Stereo.
The following people along with his wife, helped make Chief’s dream a reality.
Lee Alder,Bud Francis , George Frunzi,Brenda VanHorn, John Mogavero, Carl Tancredi and Martin Worrel
Special thanks go to Lee Alder, who has been with Chief and Chriss from the beginning, Lee brought his much needed Technical skills to Goldradio. This has allowed for many features on the website to be available to our listeners.
DJ-Tomcat from Boise, Idaho (the capital city). I was born and raised in the Thousand Springs area of Idaho. Thousand Springs is located between Bliss, Idaho and Twin Falls, Idaho. I never would have fathomed me being an internet dj. I've been familiar with Goldradio for quite a while, but with a little bit of coaxing by the current staff, I took the bait and became an Oldies dj. I had the broadcasting software and about 1500 songs in my library. I was told it was "a good start." I currently have my own show "Listen To the Music" airing Sunday mornings from 11am to 1pm on the Oldies Stream. Please join me. This experience is all new to me and the way it is progressing, it may just be a permanent hobby.
Jeff has been attempting radio since 1968 and still having trouble getting it right. Collecting records since a little tyke, and has over 60,000 songs from late 50s to late 60s. Playing what he wants to hear, the show is heavy regional hits, pop, doo wop, flip sides and teeners. Songs you just don't hear on other stations. Known as the Gastric Geezer, a little humor and a lot of music. Feel free to e mail ,
Mike Miller started his singing career on Long Island, singing in clubs, when he was fifteen and rubbing elbows with some of the elite. He has performed in many groups over the years, too numerous to mention. He participated in almost every genre of music with musical situations some of which were on major labels. Mike wrote jingles for many radio stations on the east coast and spent much time in NY studios doing backup vocals and hanging out with some of the biggest producers in NY. He had a top 50 disco hit, Dance City, during the seventies which he co-produced and sang on with the group Devoshun. Michael was the lead singer for Harmony Street and wrote many of their tunes. Michael wrote ”Hushabye Again” a sequel to “Hushabye” for George Galfo's Mystics and was their musical arranger producer and vocalist for several years. He sang for a short while with Dave Ricks Vito and The Salutations in the 70's.
He sang with many groups all over New York, New Jersey, Atlantic City and Vegas at the MGM grand He performed at the White House for President Clinton and the First Lady and Terry Stewart, CEO of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Mike sang with The Islanders on Relic Records Label, and MGM Records under the Mgt, of Gino Moretti. Michael has appeared on TV and in a few movies to add to his credit. He has sung the National Anthem at numerous venues including Shea Stadium, Madison Square Garden, Yankee Stadium and Camden Yards.
Michael has produced Oldie Shows with the top names in the genre for many years and his radio interview show, The Harmony Street Show is syndicated. He has done over 500 interviews with the Stars of The Genre we love and currently performs in South Florida with a 90-minute show called Harmony Street with Mike Miller and Amanda Cohen. He also is on call with his team to back up whichever hit lead singer comes to South Florida and needs a back up group as he has done countless times. Both his Harmony Street group and The Harmony Street Radio Show are nominated for The East Coast Music Hall of Fame for 2021.
Mike has written many original hits that have been played on Oldie Stations for years. One of those tunes is the ballad Harmony Street originally co - produced by Steve Dunham on Crescent Records. There will be a new 3 Volume CD set with over 80 recorded tunes from Michael's past distributed by Steve Dunham and Street Corner Entertainment, Mike Miller Invites You To Take A Stroll on Harmony Street”. To be released very soon.
Mike does this because he loves the music, loves to be creative and loves to share this with the many people who have supported himself and the music for all these years.
DJ Mike Miller
Since 1955 when I heard Bill Haley & The Comets playing Crazy Man Crazy-I was hooked on the music. Since then I have been collecting records and old rare sound, group sounds, acapella and new retro doowop. No radio stations play what I play at least no commercial radio stations- That is why I play the great lost sounds that are abound with warmth, true vocalization without too much electronic enhancement. Hear the REAL talent of the artists not the board engineers. I give airtime to artists that were never credited for their artistry and talents nor compensated for their records