Timetraxx - with your host Keith Anderson Monday, and Friday at 12 noon & 10pm Arizona Timezone

Keith Anderson Bio 
Timetraxx host Keith Anderson hails from the Rock and Roll capital of Cleveland, Ohio. That may explain his penchant for the popular music of the mid 20th century. His first childhood memories are of the tabletop radio in the kitchen.

“I was born in 1955 so you might think it was Chuck Berry or Elvis that are my first impressions, but it was actually Lawrence Welk, who had a Number 1 Top 40 hit in 1960 with 'Calcutta',” Keith recalls.

Throughout his school years, he would seldom be seen without a portable transistor radio, twirling the knob to hear all the powerhouse radio stations in area – WIXY, WJW, WHK, and WKYC and the radio disk jockeys who would inspire him to pursue a career in broadcasting.

His ambition was realized when he enlisted in the Air Force in 1973.

“I had no idea that the military had a broadcasting activity until I was stationed overseas,” he said.

Keith eventually went on to complete a 20 year career, retiring in 1993, with assignments…

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Music Calendar...

In 1926 "Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue" by Gene Austin is #1 on the charts.
In 1954 Bob Dylan celebrates his bar mitzvah.
In 1955 Bridgeport, CT, police cancel a dance featuring Fats Domino fearing a riot.
In 1958 Jerry Lee Lewis tells London reporters that he had married his 13-year-old cousin Myra.
In 1961 "Quarter To 3" by Gary "U.S." Bonds enters the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1961 "Mother-In-Law" by Ernie K-Doe is #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1965 "What The World Needs Now Is Love" by Jackie DeShannon enters the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1965 "Ticket To Ride" by the Beatles is #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1966 16-year-old Bruce Springsteen records his first song, "That's What You Get" with the Castiles.
In 1967 The Monkees' album "Headquarters" is released.
In 1967 Florence Ballard makes her last television appearance as a member of the Supremes, on NBC-TV's "The Tonight Show."
In 196…

Today In History...

In 1761 The first American life insurance policy is issued in Philadelphia.
In 1785 Benjamin Franklin invents the first bifocals.
In 1807 Former vice president Aaron Burr is put on trial for treason in Richmond, VA, but was acquitted in September.
In 1819 The first steamship to cross the Atlantic, the Savannah, departs from Savannah, Georgia, and arrives in Liverpool 29 days later.
In 1843 The first wagon train leaves Independence, MO, for the Oregon Trail.
In 1856 Violence erupts in Congress when Rep. Preston S. Brooks whacks Senator Charles Sumner with a cane.
In 1868 The "Great Train Robbery" takes place in Indiana, when seven men hold up the crew, detach the locomotive and take $96,000 in cash, gold and bonds.
In 1888 Leroy Buffington patents the system for building skyscrapers.
In 1892 Dr. Sheffield, a British dentist, invents the toothpaste tube.
In 1900 Edwin S. Votey patents the pneumatic piano player.
In 1935 President Franklin Roosevelt goes before Congress to explain his ve…

Born On This Day...

In 1813 German opera composer, Richard Wagner
In 1828 Pioneer eye surgeon, Albrecht Grafe
In 1859 English physician/writer, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock Holmes)
In 1892 Country music publisher/talent scout, Ralph Sylvester Peer
In 1902 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Al Simmons [d: 5-26-56]
In 1906 Actor/comedian, Harry Ritz (The Ritz Brothers) [d: 3-31-86]
In 1907 Actor, Sir Laurence Olivier (Hamlet, Jazz Singer) [d: 7-11-89]
In 1907 Cartoonist, Georges "Herge" Remi (Tin Tin) [d: 3-4-83]
In 1910 Announcer, Johnny Olsen (The Price Is Right) [d: 10-12-85)
In 1914 Author/journalist, Vance Packard (Animal IQ) [d: 12-12-96]
In 1915 Cartoonist, George Baker (The Sad Sack) [d: 5-17-75]
In 1920 Astronomer, Thomas Gold (steady-state theory of universe) [d: 6-22-04]
In 1922 TV critic, Judith Crist (TV Guide) [d: 8-7-12]
In 1924 Singer/actor, Charles Aznavour (The Tin Drum) [d: 10-1-18]
In 1927 Actor, Michael Constantine (Seymour Kaufman-Room 222) (92)
In 1928 Businessman, T. Boone Pickens (founded Mesa…

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