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  • Tags: Shelley "The Playboy" Stewart

b4f37a - Shelley Stewart in St. Louis - Bham World 1965.jpg
"We are now at folder 37. This is a copy of an article (we have the original) that was in the Birmingham World from April 7, 1965 talking about DJ Shelly Stewart, who was in St. Louis at the time and working for the Katz Radio Network of stations in…

b4f4a - Shelly Stewart at WENN - 1960.jpg
"Now for folder number 4 we have a picture of Shelley Stewart, Shelly the Playboy at a WENN mike, AM 1320, from 1960. Copied from pictures donated by Sherri Stewart, Shelley's daughter."

b3f46a - KKK on WEDR building - May 29, 1958.jpg
"Now we move to folder 46 which are a series of clippings. These are clippings. This is one clipping that is where WEDR, where Shelley Stewart was at, “KKK” was written on WEDR. $5000 worth of vandalism. Ed Estes operated the station at this time, in…

b3f39a - Bham News radio and TV log - April 11, 1957.jpg
"This is a Birmingham News radio log from April 11, 1957. It lists 11 radio stations and 2 television stations. 6 and 13 were the TV stations. JLD had McKinstry. This is back in ‘57. Their radio logs had the previous evening's programming - in this…

b2f31a - a young Shelley Stewart possibly at WEDR  1952.jpg
"Box 2, Folder 31: Here’s a picture of Shelley Stewart; this is folder 31. We got this picture from his daughter Sherri Stewart. He is dressed up. We approximate this to be 1952 although it’s not clear what he’s doing. He is definitely dressed up and…

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…

Fitch at tape automation, WBUL0001.jpg
Manuel Fitch, long time gospel announcer currently on WJLD Radio AM 1400 and 94.1 FM, on Saturday mornings from 6-8AM. Manuel began working in Birmingham radio in the 1970’s and shared his recollections and stories from his scrapbook pictures. His…

Esau Thompson, 1957, Ebony Magazine
Lydia Thompson (b. Feb 3, 1940, d. Sep 20, 1996), Perry “Tiger” Thompson’s (b. 1908, d. Apr 26, 1973) daughter, part three of three interviews. Bob Friedman visited Ms. Thompson at her home in Bessemer. Lydia continues to reflect on her family and…
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