Do you remember Washington D.C. in 1976? If you do, then you remember the voice of a young college student at Howard University by the name of Melvin Lindsey. It was the first time we heard his uniquely distinct silky smooth voice as he introduced us to a world of definitive music that captured and chronicled the sound and soul of D.C. at night.
This young man was on the precipice of doing two things that had never been done since the inception of music radio programing. Not only did Melvin Lindsey create and develop a new radio format, “The Quiet Storm,” which would later be copied by others and broadcast on radio stations throughout the country and the world, he also got the masses in large numbers to listen to late night radio religiously.
If you were one of the people who listened to Melvin Lindsey’s Quiet Storm back in the day, call (802) 892-0059 to record and share your memories with us. You as a listener were one of the most important parts of “The Storm.”
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WHUR 96.3 FM – Howard University is Washington’s only stand-alone radio station and one of the few university-owned commercial radio stations in America, broadcasting since 1971 to nearly a half million listeners daily in five states and can now be heard around the globe on the web at whur.com. The first radio station in the Washington area to broadcast in HD, WHUR is the recipient of numerous awards, including the prestigious NAB Marconi for Best Urban Station of the Year and NAB Crystal Radio Award for Excellence in Community Service.