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# 302-B - 1979: Music and Headlines (Part 2 of 2)


1:32:40 minutes (84.84 MB)

Part 2 of 1979, Music and Headlines

COLUMBUS in 1979:
- Columbus City Schools begin mandated busing.
- East High School, coached by Larry Walker, wins the Class AAA (now Division I) State Championship, beating Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph, 74-65. Clark Kellogg scored 51 points for VASJ in a losing effort. Both he and East's Granville Waiters would become teammates for Coach Eldon Miller and the B*ckeyes the following Fall.
- Ohio State fires Woody Hayes after that incident involving a Clemson player. The B*ckeyes hire Iowa State coach Earle Bruce. Bruce and his fedora lead the B*ckeyes to an 11-0 Season, winning the Big Ten (and Bruce was the last B*ckeye Big Ten Coach of the Year), but then choking to Pac-10 Champs USC (which had a couple of Heisman winners - Charles White & Marcus Allen, and future NFL staples like Allen, Jeff Fisher, and a Matthews brother) in the Rose Bowl by one point.
- The Columbus Clippers win their first Governor's Cup (International League Championship).
- Columbus North High School on Arcadia Avenue closes its doors.
- Columbus Mayor Tom Moody coasts to an easy re-election.
- The Franklin County Courthouse and Government Center (369, 373, and 375 S. High St.) opens its doors for the very first time.
- Tom Watson wins the Memorial Tournament in Dublin.
- The State of Ohio pays $ 675,000 in retribution to the victims and survivors of Kent State.

ACADEMY AWARDS:
- John Wayne made his final public appearance at the 1979 Oscars before his death from cancer.
Best Picture: The Deer Hunter
Best Actress: Jane Fonda, Coming Home
Best Actor: Jon Voight, Coming Home
Best Supporting Actress: Dame Maggie Smith, California Suite
Best Supporting Actor: Christopher Walken, The Deer Hunter
Best Original Song: "Last Dance", from Thank God It's Friday

GRAMMYS:
Album of the Year: Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack, Various Artists (including, but not limited to the Bee Gees)

# 302 A - 1979: Music & Headlines (Part 1 of 2)


1:31:03 minutes (83.37 MB)

Tonight on the Show, we go back in time to 1979, the end of a rollercoaster decade for pop culture and news.

HEADLINES:
- China introduces its "ONE Child per Family" Policy (which lasted 34 years, being altered to TWO Children in 2013)
- Pol Pot and Phnom Penh fall in Cambodia
- Idi Amin falls from power in Uganda and is exiled
- The Shah of Iran is exiled as the Ayatollah Khomeini takes over rule of Iran
- 63 Americans are held hostage at the American Embassy in Tehran
- Lord Mountbatten is assassinated by the IRA
- Margaret Thatcher becomes Prime Minister of Great Britain
- The Sandinistas take rule of Nicaragua
- Saddam Hussein takes over power in Iraq
- President Carter and Soviet Premier Brezhnev sign the SALT II Treaty
- Punk Rocker Sid Vicious dies of a drug overdose while on trial for murdering his girlfriend
- Sony introduces the Walkman, a portable cassette player (which cost $ 200 at the time of its debut in July)
- The State of Ohio pays $ 675,000 to the survivors and victims families of the Kent State Massacre (more Columbus Headlines in Part 2)

SPORTS:
- Michigan State beats Indiana State in the first-ever meeting between Magic Johnson and Larry Bird
- Earle Bruce takes over the Ohio B*ckeyes, leading them to an 11-1 record in his first year.
- The Pittsburgh Steelers return to the top of the NFL Mountain, winning Super Bowl XIII.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NBA - Seattle SuperSonics
Stanley Cup - Montreal Canadiens
World Series - Pittsburgh Pirates
Super Bowl XIII - Pittsburgh Steelers
Ohio High School Basketball Class AAA/Division I - Columbus East High Tigers (their last, to date)
Ohio Division II/Class AA Boys Golf - Dublin (Coffman) Shamrocks
Ohio Division I Girls Volleyball - Whitehall-Yearling Lady Rams
Ohio Division III Girls Volleyball - Newark Catholic Lady Green Wave
Ohio Division II/Class AA Baseball - St. Francis DeSales Stallions
Ohio Division I/Class AAA Track - Gahanna-Lincoln

DJBC Happy Hour 300/Comfest MC Promo


0:40 minutes (635.96 KB)

2019 DJBC Happy Hour Extended Fireworks Mix 9


15:12 minutes (13.92 MB)

The full 15 minute extended Fireworks Mix for # 301 of The DJBC Happy Hour (trimmed down to 8:45 for time purposes).

# 301 - Celebrating Our Common Unity - United We Stand


59:47 minutes (54.73 MB)

Tonight on the Show, It's The Fourth of July! Parades, Fireworks, and Things Happening Around Town!

(To Be Edited In Later When I Have Time, Which I Really Don't)

FIREWORKS: https://www.nbc4i.com/community/red-white-and-boom/2019-central-ohio-fou...

Our title for tonight's show comes from the Westland Area (Celebrating Our Community) and Northland (The Many Faces of Northland - United We Stand) Parades.

# 300 - The Best Is Yet to Come


58:49 minutes (53.86 MB)

Tonight, the 300th The DJBC Happy Hour stays true to its original. The Weekend Warrior skims through events happening throughout the week, including Comfest, of which the DJBC himself will be emceeing the Solar Stage on June 30 from 11 to 2.

SONG LIST:
"The Best Is Yet To Come" - Frank Sinatra (with the Count Basie Band, arranged by Quincy Jones)
"Volunteers" - Jefferson Airplane (LIVE from Woodstock)
"See Me, Feel Me/Listening to You" - The Who (LIVE from Woodstock)
"Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young (LIVE from Woodstock)

Seasonal MB - Fireworks Mix VII


10:11 minutes (9.33 MB)

The 7th Annual Fireworks Mix from Show # 222, "This Is My America" (July 3, 2017).

Seasonal MB - Fireworks Mix VIII


12:16 minutes (11.24 MB)

2018 Fireworks Mix from Show # 260, "Home of True American Heroes, The DJBC Happy Hour" (July 2, 2018).

Seasonal MB - Fireworks Mix VI (2016 Fireworks Extravaganza)


10:02 minutes (9.19 MB)
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