SUNDAY 6PM – 7PM
The Late Joey Reynolds Show
Joey Reynolds is not dead, though the rumors have the always-creative and playful jock styling himself as “the late Joey
Reynolds.” Joey’s back on New York radio every Sunday night at 9pm Eastern time on Cumulus talker WABC/770 – across the street from talk WOR/710, where he held overnight court for almost 15 years, as head of “The Royal Order of the Night People.” Joey will be streamed on iHeartRadio, and his friend Art Vuolo says the Sunday show “will be added to 790 AM KABC Los Angeles, and syndication will begin thanks to William G. Nye and Mike Cave.” Joey’s long career stretches back to the early 1960s in Hartford (WPOP, WDRC), Buffalo (“KB Radio” WKBW), Cleveland (WIXY), Detroit (WXYZ), L.A. (KMPC) and Philadelphia (both WIBG and WFIL).
Joey Reynolds Returns to the Airwaves. For 15 years radio legend Joey Reynolds held court in the wee small hours of the morning on WOR, New York and the WOR Radio Network. Now, Reynolds is back on the air on Cumulus Media’s WABC, New York on Sunday evenings at 9:00. Reynolds (right) launches the new show this Sunday with his first guest, none other than WABC icon Cousin Brucie (left), who’s currently hosting shows on SiriusXM – including the “Cousin Brucie’s Saturday Night Party.” Reynolds’ pal Art Vuolo informs us that the new Reynolds program will soon also be heard on Cumulus Media’s KABC, Los Angeles and in syndication through the efforts of William G. Nye and Mike Cave.