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Cousin Brucie To Depart SiriusXM’s 60s On 6
Lance Venta by July 29, 2020
60s on 6 SiriusXM Cousin BrucieCousin Brucie Morrow has announced he will be leaving SiriusXM’s “60s On 6” following his show this Saturday night.
The longtime New York area personality and station owner has hosted Wednesday and Saturday night shows for Sirius since the 2005 demise of the Oldies format on 101.1 WCBS-FM New York. The Brooklyn native began his career in Bermuda before joining 1010 WINS New York in 1959. After a stint at 940 WINZ Miami, Morrow joined 770 WABC New York in 1961 as night jock and would stay until moving to 660 WNBC in 1974 to replace Wolfman Jack. In 1977 he and Robert FX Sillerman formed Sillerman Morrow Broadcasting which acquired stations in Northeastern markets such as Middletown and Poughkeepsie NY, Northampton and Cape Cod MA and New Haven CT as well as WATL-TV Atlanta. He would join WCBS-FM in 1982 where he would remain until its 2005 flip to “Jack-FM“, the tenure there would include the syndicated “Cruisin’ America” from 1985 until 1992 and hosting Wednesday and Saturday night shows in New York which would be the same dayparts he would anchor for SiriusXM.
In making his on-air announcement about his departure from SiriusXM, the 84 year-old Morrow made it clear that he is not retiring and will be back in some form, while directing listeners to follow his Facebook page.
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