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Cousin Brucie comes back to South Florida

Cousin Brucie Morrow, one of New York's grooviest Top 40 disc jockeys at WINS and WABC and later the foremost voice of oldies radio at WCBS (and, very briefly in 1960, a South Florida deejay, too), is visiting South Florida Friday to promote his new book Doo Wop: The Times, The Music, The Era. He'll appear on local oldies station WMXJ from 6 to 6:30 a.m. (you can just listen, or actually see him -- the broadcast is being done from the McDonald's at 111 N. Federal Highway in Fort Lauderdale) and later do a book signing at the Barnes and Noble down the street at 2051 N. Federal Highway. Cousin Bruce has been off the broadcast air since WCBS dumped its oldies format a couple of years ago, but you can still hear on Sirius Satellite Radio's 1960s channel


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