Remember those endless lines of customized Fords, Chevys and Plymouths cruising Sepulveda Blvd in Van Nuys, or Woodward Ave. in Detroit, Highway 1 in Fort Lauderdale or along Colorado Blvd in Glendale, California?
Well, this site is dedicated to the memory of great radio stations... like 77WABC in New Yor'k City, KYA1260 in San Francisco, WLS Chicago, KXOK in St. Louis, and KDWB in St.Paul. Their Top 40 rock 'n roll play-lists kept us tuned in to hear our favorite DJs playing those unforgettable hits of the 50s, 60s and 70s.
...And, In LA, Gene Autry's KMPC710, with it's airwatch helicopters and fleet of big block Chevy wagons, kept motorists informed of the southland's current traffic while playing the Best Sounds in Town until it, too, faded from the AM radio waves.. So, this site is dedicated to helping keep some of those memories alive at car shows in northern Utah's counties where the hits keep on coming. Join us, won't you?
Go to: SOTSProductions
Station Of The Stars Productions.com
October 4, 2015
SOTSProductions car shows from April thru Oct
We'd like to hear from you. Email us at:SOTSProductions710@gmail.com
Click on "Car Show Winners" to see Winner's photos
Bryan Adams - Run To You ---->
Thank you for join us during our seasonal gatherings of classic cars, trucks, motorbikes and whatever else is allowed on the highways! It's where you're likely to see the most interesting vehicles on display. Again, in 2016, we'll continue to be there with for you- the classic cruiser- with the Best Sounds in Town from the KMPC Mobile Studio. The 'big white' truck is a remake of KMPC's 1961 remote van, the truck seen at local record shops, Angels baseball games and many other Southern California area venues where it was a familiar site for nearly 25 years. Cowboy star, Gene Autry provided Los Angeles radio listeners only the best in music, news and sports and added to that a fleet of big block Chevy station wagons and Airwatch traffic reporting helicopters do help 'angelenos' motor their way throughout southern California's highways. In the late 90s, KMPC was sold, first to Radio Disney, then to ESPN Sports-Talk, and finally to a Korean owner and that became the official end of KMPC. It faded from the airwaves, but memories of that 50,000 watt powerhouse remain alive for many to this day. Today's remake of the KMPC Mobil Studio is a small glimpse and sound of those golden days of radio, courtesy of SOTSProductions. We hope you enjoy the 'sight and sounds'.
A big thank you to all our show hosts, vendors and sponsors in 2015! You folks provided not only a venue setting for some really fun truck and car shows.... but, you also helped keep the images of those automotive classic cars, trucks and motorbikes visible at your locations and store parking lots. You gave... and GAVE to our communities. We look forward to providing you with the Best Sounds in Town, again in 2016. For you, our classic owners and others, please consider these fine local area businesses whenever you need to purchase goods, services and products....