Cousin Brucie Plans Remote

Live from 2014 Fest for Beatles Fans
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A living legend, Bruce “Cousin Brucie” Morrow, is marrying new technology with his historical career.

The former WINS(AM), WABC(AM), WNBC(AM), WCBS(FM) host, a master of the top 40 format at its peak, is now heard on SiriusXM satellite radio with regularly scheduled shows several times a week.

Cousin Brucie will do one of his shows live from the 2014 Fest for Beatles Fans in New York. He’ll air Feb. 8, 6–9 p.m. EST. This is not some random gig — Morrow emceed the Beatles famous Shea Stadium concert in 1965.

He expects to pick up a number of rock’n rollers scheduled to perform, it features many artists from the Beatles era and oldies regroupings. Scheduled is Peter Asher, of Peter & Gordon fame, who also became a well-known manager and record producer in the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s.


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