DJ AL BRADY
Allan "AL" Brady is a seasoned veteran of radio/tv of over three decades. The early 80's brought him to the Orlando, Florida area to work for several radio stations.
One of the most widely used DJ's for special events,
reunions, and music shows, in the area.
He became part of the nightly entertainment at Little Darlin's Rock 'n' Roll Palace (which later became Wolfman Jack's), a world renowned nite spot (1986-1992) that featured "The Living Legends of Rock & Roll", where he was the MC and host of a radio/tv show with Hall of Fame DJ, Wolfman Jack, working with many artists of the rock & roll era . Al was host of "LIVE at The Rock N Roll Palace" on three Orlando radio stations, while the TV show aired weekly on the TNN Network, along with a local TV version of the show.
Both Wolfman Jack and Dick Clark called "Al Brady"
One of the best entertaining & fun DJ's to entertain an audience!
Recruited by co-founder/co-owner, Mr. R.J. "Dick" Milano, who called Al Brady's entertainment skills and music knowledge "astounding" as he "entertained" the nightly audience as a warm-up to all the original artists of the rock & roll era with his vast knowledge of music and his ability to interact with the audience every night. Along with two of the greatest house bands, Rockin' Robin and Rocky & the Rollers......"Those living legends loved working with these two great bands, and so did I !!!".
Little Darlin's Rock 'n' Roll Palace has a FACEBOOK Page
He also was the original host & voice of the Saturday Nite Cruise in Old Town (Kissimmee, Fl.), an internationally renowned weekly car cruise featuring hundreds of vintage and classic cars, still enjoyed today.
Al Brady was born, Allan Baldwin, and raised on Staten Island, NY, where he was greatly influenced by all the major city radio stations and DJ's and becoming very knowledgeable of the music and artists. His radio-TV career has spanned the last 35+ years in NY, NJ, FL, NC, and back to Florida. Some of the notable Orlando area stations that Al worked were WOMX MIX-105.1, WOCL "Cool" 105.9, WGTO-AM, WMJK-AM, WFXI-WTHN-AM, and WTMC in Ocala.
Along his broadcast career he has hosted many very highly rated specialty shows including the hugely popular "At the Hop" Sunday night all request show, on WTRG Oldies 100.7 FM, achieving a 22.5 share of the Arbitron Ratings, with one of the largest oldies music libraries in the USA. At the same time his knowledge and love of the music was deeply expressed when he hosted all the PBS television "My Music" series of specials, throughout the mid-Atlantic states. With numerous appearances during the fundraising festivals on UNC-TV, airing shows like "Doo Wop 50" , "Doo Wop 51", "Rock & Roll at 50", and “Rock, Rhythm & Doo Wop”, "Disco 70's", "Rock, Pop & Doo Wop", "Superstars of 70's Soul", and "Party Songs of the 50's & 60's", amongst many other musical shows airing on the statewide PBS Television Network, over the last 15 years, on UNC-TV, He was widely known as their "resident musicologist".
Today Al is back in Florida living in The Villages, where he can be heard on some Central Florida radio stations doing production work, and on AM 640-WVLG.
(a link to a recent article about Al's career)
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