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  • Tags: Paul "Tall Paul" White

b5f18a - page 1 of a WENN radio log - Wed, Nov 13, 1968.jpg
"Folder 18 is a program log from WENN radio from November 13, 1968 listing all the commercials including Tall Paul’s morning show which began at 6 in the morning. Very very famous DJ, woke everybody up with a cowbell. His signature is on the log and…

b5f2a - Tall Paul receiving an award - 1967.jpg
"This is a photo of Paul "Tall Paul" White receiving an award, either for his work or on behalf of radio station WENN. We don't exactly know what it's for, when and where it took place, who the other man (or two) in the picture is, and if there is…

b4f21a - Paul White's theme song - Tall Paul - 1959.jpg
"Here we have the 1959 pop hit, "Tall Paul" by Annette (Funicello), one of the original Mouseketeers on mid 1950's TV. The song became the iconic theme song of Paul "Tall Paul" White, the extraordinary morning announcer on WENN radio. Initially doing…

b3f55a - WEUP Trailer  March 20, 1958, from Huntsville Rewound.jpg
"Folder 55 contains two pictures obtained from the WEUP website in Huntsville, Alabama. WEUP went on the air in 1958 as the first African American owned radio station in Alabama. Leroy Garrett was the owner and there is much in our Oral History…

b3f53a - Paul White - Bobby Hayden - A&M Homecoming Game - 1959.jpg
"Wonderful picture of Paul White and Bobby Hayden at the 1959 A&M Homecoming Game. Paul is announcing the game. We do not know if WEUP AM is broadcasting the game but we think so. Paul was the News and Sports Manager for the station."

1979 - Paul in White Suit - head shot.jpg
Paul White (b. Aug. 16, 1936; d. Aug. 19, 2001) a classic discussion on WATV 900 AM Radio Birmingham, between two iconic Birmingham radio announcers. Paul White, commonly known as Tall Paul, and Shelly Stewart, known as Shelley the Playboy. Paul…

Bob and Brian 3-30-13.JPG
Interviewed on the air at WJLD. Author, “Radio and the Struggle for Civil Rights in the South” (University Press of Florida, 2004).

Eddie Castleberry-Gary Richardson 1992.jpg
Eddie Castleberry (b.Jul 28, 1928, d.Jan 23, 2009), pioneer Birmingham broadcaster beginning his radio career in 1950 with WEDR Birmingham. Interviewed in the WJLD studios.
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