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  • Morgan Adams

    listened to wvok "the mighty 690" in birmingham with joe rumore & dan brennan

  • Sandra Leopard Jones

    WVOK--on the Bessemer Super Highway...they were the ones who brought the big name talents to town in their Shower of Stars shows. Joe Rumore, Mouth of the South---remember him?

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