Reliving Radio Presents
Dick Karman and
The Way Radio Was
Reliving Radio comes to you. This is an audio-biography of radio. For those over 70, this is the sound track of their lives.
Invite Reliving Radio
to entertain at your facility-
Public or private the memories live on. We're booking for spring of 2019.
The 2019 Season features hand-picked portions of Radio's yesteryear. Stories of actors, broadcasters, and the shows. From Comedy greats there will be miles of smiles from radio's golden age
Reliving Radio is available Monday through Saturday to entertain at your community. Plan now to have Reliving Radio bring great memories to you and your residents with shows like Gunsmoke, Little Orphan Annie, Roy Rogers, Fibber McGee and Molly, The Happiness Boys and I Love A Mystery. Relive the 1930s with shows like the Adventures of Superman, Speed Gibson and Captain Midnight. Special shows are available to honor veterans and those who served our country.
For 10 years Reliving Radio has toured retirement communities, civic events, and church gatherings as a one-man show.
Reliving Radio Host Dick Karman has studied the history of radio for more than 50 years. He chooses broadcasts, comments and memories that are just right for your facility and your audience.
Music and Memories
Many folks use the music and memories of the Way Radio Was for their luncheons, weddings, banquets, Senior Proms and sock hops.
They come alive with the music from the first 70 years of Radio!
"Wonderful Reminder of Younger Days"
Praise from our audiences:
"Well presented, great information, well researched, nicely organized.Truely entertaining"
Read what others have said about The Way Radio Was.
Book ahead for special shows.
Find out more about:
A time with The Way Radio Was
Special Event Support
For bookings and information about availability
call Dick at 503-784-4398
or write to Reliving Radio
2515 NE 37th Ave., Portland, OR 97212
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When you invite the Way Radio Was to your church audience or senior center, you'll hear Radio that you haven't heard for 60 years. You'll remember adventures in which you'll live in a million could-be years, on a thousand maybe worlds. You'll hear The Whistler tell you about the nameless terrors of which "they" dare not speak. You'll remember products that used to be household words, like Fitch Shampoo, Gillette Blue Blades, and Sal Hipatica - . .for that smile of health.. You'll laugh with Spike Jones. You'll Sing along with Tex Beneke; Croon with Bing Crosby. You'll work the Swing Shift with Glen Miller and Artie Shaw
Reliving Radio brings far more than just entertainment. Your host can tell the stories of Portland Radio history, or summaries of the news that repaints vivid images in our memories. The History of radio as a communication system and the history of the entertainment world, are both interesting and entertaining. Audio and Visual clips of the subject are played and projected while your host engages audiences of all ages.
You never enjoyed learning history more than with the fun and reminiscence that was radio and the Way Radio Was.
Read what others have said
about The Way Radio Was.
The Way Radio Was has 90 years of radio music and memories. Car shows and outdoor summer events can enjoy the sweet music of the 1930s, the swing music of the 1940s or the "Happy days" music of the 1950s. Book your car show or Fall Sock Hop today!
Reliving Radio is one of the most diverse and affordable DJ services in the Portland Metropolitan area. Just right for a gathering of 30 or a crowd of 1000.
Memories are The Way Radio Was
Caregivers have glowing testimonies about how a radio show, a song, even a commercial or a jingle touched loved ones in a way that nothing else could. Not every memory from the Way Radio Was will strike a familiar chord, but many are the smiles that come when those with memory ailments hear the sounds of "Jack Armstrong, the All American Boy", Jimmy Stewart in The Six Shooter or The Adventures of Superman. [Reliving Radio provides no clinical proof, just the smiles of those who remember the Way Radio Was.]