WVOK Memories

WVOK Memories Links
WVOK T-Shirts
Some WVOK History by Russell Wells
On To The DJs-Mr. Joe Rumore
On to the DJs-Mr. Dan Brennan
On To The DJs-Mr. Don Keith
On To The DJs-Mr. Johnny Davis
On To The DJs-Mr. Hal Hodgens
On To The DJs-Mr. Johnnie Hayes
On To The DJs-Mr. Jim Allen
On To The DJs-Mr. Alan Burns
On To The DJs-Mr. Johnny Poer
On to the DJs-Johnny Mack Driskell
On to the DJs-Bob Gordon
Rumore's Record Rack
WVOK Dixie Jamboree
WVOK Dixie Jamboree (Part 2)
WVOK Shower Of Stars--Advertisements
WVOK Shower of Stars Ticket Stubs
Reviews of the WVOK Shower of Stars
Reviews of WVOK Shower of Stars
Photos-WVOK Shower Of Stars Shows
More Photos-WVOK Shower of Stars Shows
The Grass Roots-WVOK Shower of Stars
Lou Chrisite-WVOK Shower of Stars
Paul Revere & The Raiders-WVOK Shower of Stars Shows
WVOK Scene Magazine
WVOK Tough Twenty Surveys
More WVOK Tough 20 Surveys
Coverage Area
Miscellaneous Items
WVOK Memories Links
Questions from visitors.

Below are some fantastic links for your enjoyment. Please visit all of them.


Please click here for Joe Cook's Tribute To The Big BAM, WBAM, Montgomery, Alabama.

Devoted to the memory and preservation of recorded music.
A.R.C.A. is Alabama's original organization for music collectors, founded in 1980 as a non-profit association dedicated to the memory and preservation of recorded music. Membership is available to anyone with an interest in music or music collecting. A.R.C.A. provides an opportunity for members to share their interests in music, and to assist other members in enhancing their collections and musical knowledge. Our members are a diverse group whose music interests cover a wide variety of musical styles, including rock & roll, jazz, country, big band, rhythm & blues, oldies, folk and blues. Their collections range from small to large, and from the 1920s to the 2000s. Some members collect rare and unusual recordings, but most just collect what they enjoy listening to.

Click here to join Alabama Record Collectors.

If you enjoyed WVOK Memories then check this Flashback To The Sixties slide show.  It's awesome.

Click here to view slideshow and enjoy.


Just want to let you good folks know that Birmingham Broadcasting by Tim Hollis is NOW available at Amazon.com or your favorite bookstore. If you're bookstore doesn't have it, ask for it. It's great and includes some photos of our favorite radio station WVOK.

Join Russell and Tim at BIRMINGHAM REWOUND. An Awesome site. Click here to check it out.

One of the most requested artist to appear at the WVOK Shower of Stars was Lou Christie. Click here to visit Lou's website for more WVOK & WBAM information (thanks to Harry Young).

For some classic radio memories join Mr. Bob Mayben by clicking here.

Click here to join Bill for his Radio Time Line and sounds from the golden era of classic Radio stations.

Remember The Birmingham Vulcans and The Birmingham Americans?? Both teams were part of the WFL. Join Gregg and the folks at WFL1974 by clicking here.