CFCN Calgary - "D Dogies" D'Arcy Scott - 1965

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CFCN Calgary - "D Dogies" D'Arcy Scott - 1965

Postby albertaboy4life » Sat Jun 18, 2022 7:18 am

RadioWest continues its salute to the 100th anniversary of 1060 CKMX (CFCN) Radio Calgary. viewtopic.php?f=19&t=40316

Image 29 March 1965 Calgary Albertan

From albertadad4life's collection - ... -june-1965

It's the late "D Dogies" D'Arcy Scott, Canada's Colonel of Country Music and prolific concert promoter. From June 1965, recorded near Lundbreck, Alberta, around the time of 1060 CFCN Radio's increase to 50,000 watts of daytime power. CFCN Radio would increase nighttime power to 50,000 watts in 1966.

Image 22 April 1963 Calgary Herald

The audio is a compilation of clips, taken from a nearly 60 year old reel, including a dedication "to the boys in the newsroom."

Not certain about the voice on the last segment referencing Dave Brown, host of CFCN's easy listening evening show, who followed D'Arcy's show in 1965.

Image 8 July 1961 Calgary Albertan - D'Arcy and some of his CFCN Radio and Television colleagues around Stampede time in 1961

Born on Scotsman's Hill, Alberta, D'Arcy started his radio career at CKLN Nelson, BC before joining CKRD in Red Deer, Alberta. In 1956, he was "Pappy Shaganappi" the host of the CKXL Calgary morning show. He would also be heard weekday afternoons as host of CKXL's "Ranch House" before joining CFCN in 1958 where remained until late 1970. D'Arcy's radio career ended in early 1976 at Drumheller, Alberta's CJDV. He died in 1993 at age 59.

Image 5 July 1993 Calgary Herald - Brian Brennan's tribute to D'Arcy around the time of his passing

D'Arcy was inducted posthumously into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in 2002 - ... &log_id=62

Image 22 July 1955 Calgary Herald - one of the early D'Arcy Scott Attractions' concerts

Image 19 May 1956 Calgary Herald- D'Arcy and the launch of his "Pappy Shaganappi" morning show at CKXL

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