Gutted to hear the news that Kevin Savage died. He made me fall in love with radio and it was a singular honor to be able to work with him. Thanks for the great memories Sav. RIP #kevinsavage the radio business has lost a legend. I’ll never forget taking over your 12-3pm show on 5FM and being terrified because I had such big boots to fill. Keep the good songs playing up there sir!
Kevin Savage, the Philadelphia radio legend and disc jockey who helped shape “The Sound of Philadelphia” for nearly three decades, has died. He was 65.Savage died early Wednesday at a hospital in South Jersey after being hospitalized earlier this week with an undisclosed illness, said his manager Michael DiNicola.”He will be greatly missed,” DiNicola told The Associated Press on Thursday morning. “No one did more to make ‘The Sound of Philly’ than Kevin.””It’s been out-of-this world,” DJ Tom Joyner told WIP-FM Newsradio 1060 about working with Savage over the years.
Kevin Savage was a radio legend. Throughout his entire career, he consistently put in the extra effort to bring listeners the best possible laugh. He was known for his unique sense of humor and his ability to connect with listeners. His death last week has left the radio industry in shock, and his fans will never forget his contributions.
Kevin Savage was a pioneer in the radio industry. He was one of the first comedians to take radio drama to a new level, and his work helped make radio comedy a popular genre. His legacy also includes inventing the popular character Dr. Frasier Crane, which has become one of the most well-known and beloved characters in radio history.
Kevin Savage’s death has left a void in the radio industry. His unique sense of humor and ability to connect with listeners will be sorely missed. His fans will continue to remember him fondly and tribute him with his favorite jokes and songs.
Kevin Savage was a legend in the radio industry, and his death has left a void in the industry. His unique sense of humor and ability to connect with listeners will be sorely missed. His fans will continue to remember him fondly and tribute him with his favorite jokes and songs.