Compilation album promoted by Art Laboe
Art Laboe (born c.1925) is an American pioneering disc jockey, songwriter, record producer, and radio station owner who is generally credited with coining the term "Oldies But Goodies.". Through his "Original Sound Records" company, Laboe put together the first-ever record album to feature hit songs by various artists from more than one label. Titled "Oldies But Goodies," the album stayed on Billboard magazine's Top 100 LPs chart for over three years. For decades, Laboe was at the heart of the West Coast music scene, and worked on such pioneering stations as KPOP, where he broadcast a live show from Scrivners' Drive-In in Los Angeles, and KRLA in the 1950s, 1960's, 1970's, all the way through to the present. The city of Los Angeles declared July 17, 1981 to be "Art Laboe Day" when he received a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Get those dedications ready: Art Laboe is coming back to L.A. radio
LA Times Entertainme, 2015-06-06 18:00:00
Los Angeles' vintage baritone is back.
Villaraigosa's 'Were Almost Out of Money' Media Tour
LAist - News from LA, 2010-04-07 16:40:13
Photo by GarySe7en via LAist Featured Photos on Flickr The fact that Los Angeles will be out of money on May 5th if leadership doesn't do anything is making heads turn around the nation. So what to do? Make the media rounds. Here's Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's schedule for today (the ...