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?



Site Updated: Thursday - December 12, 2019 (2040GMT)
 We'd like to hear from YOU...   SOTSProductions710@gmail.com
Please support the local businesses, shown below, and those posted on the side of the KMPC Mobile Studio.  We recognize these local area businesses and thank each one for supporting SOTSProductions car shows/events throughout the year.  We hope you will consider these merchants when you have a need for products or service...  and, tell them you saw their logos here and on our mobile studio.   (larger images may be viewed by clicking on individual logo)
Jump - Van Halen

Power of Love - Huey Lewis & The News
KWCR Traffic Helicopter
Please click on audio arrrows abpve to hear music samples from our current car show playlists... If you have a favorite song, group, or artist, please let us know.  Please Email me at:   SOTSProductions710@gmail.com  - jS 
Inca Dance - CUSCO (closing...
      thanks for listening!)
From The Beginning - Emerson, Lake and Palmer
You Can Call Me Al - Paul Simon
The Archies - Sugar, Sugar
Run to You - Bryan Adams
KMPC710 Jingle - 'Best in the West'
KMPC710 jingle - 'Take a Listen
                           on the freeway'

One Call Away - Charlie Puth
Bernadette - Four Tops
Dancing Queen - ABBA
Take another look... BELOW are more photos of cruisers and vehicles from the past.... (click on individual image to make it LARGER!)  - jS 
On Thursday, November 8, 2018 the Butte County 911 Dispatch operator in northern California received a call of a fire about 7:00am. That  fire, named 'Camp Fire', would cause nearly complete destruction of the town of Paradise by late that day and into the next, destroying more than 18,000 structures and claiming the lives of 85* persons during its rampage just one year ago.   Our sincerest Thank You to the emergency services personnel who responded and who did their best to aid the victims of the Camp Fire, including my 92yr old aunt and her daughter, who each lost their homes one year ago.
  *total count varies between 85-89 victims 
THIS WEBSITE SERVED TO HONOR A GREAT RADIO LEGEND,  ROGER CARROLL, WHO BEGAN HIS RADIO CAREER AT AGE 15 AT WFMD RADIO IN FREDRICKSBURG, MD.  HE WAS THE YOUNGEST ANNOUNCER TO BE HIRED BY ABC RADIO WHO MOVED HIM TO L.A. IN 1948. HE WORKD AT KABC790 UNTIL 1958 WHEN COWBOY STAR, GENE AUTRY HIRED ROGER TO WORK AT LA'S POWERHOUSE STATION, KMPC710. ROGER TOLD ME HE SPENT NEARLY 22 YEARS SITTING IN THE BACK OF THE OLD FORD REMOTE TRUCK - THE KMPC MOBILE STUDIO -  A COPY OF WHICH HAS BEEN ROAMING THE REGION OF  NORTHERN UTAH FROM 2007-2019, WHERE IT SERVED AS A CAR SHOW AND EVENT PLATFORM FOR THE AREA AS A MUSIC BACKDROP FOR CAR SHOWS AND EXHIBITS.  
                                                                                                                               ROGER DIED ON JULY 30, 2019.  I EXTEND A SINCERE THANKS FOR HIS SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT OF ME AND FOR ALLOWING US THE USE OF THAT OLD TRUCK'S CHARACTER AND IMAGE OVER THE PAST MANY YEARS.  IT'S BEEN A GREAT FUN RUN AND  I CHERISH MY MEMORIES OF THE FINE CLASSIC CRUISERS I'VE MET AND THE MEMORIES OF THOSE WHO'VE 'DRIVEN WEST'.  - jS (aka Art Simon, your announcer)