Gene Lovin

Gene Lovin by David Carroll

David Carroll – “Gene Lovin, who started his Chattanooga broadcast career at WFLI in 1970, revisits the old control room 40 years later, in October 2010.”

Harlem Globetrotters

WFLI DJs with the Harlem Globetrotters, 1970. — with Stanley Hall (yellow and white shirt), Gene Lovin (above Stanley), Tommy Jett (middle) and Richard Sharpe

Gene Loving “One of the things that I remember was weekly music meetings, and I was privileged enough to be involved with those meetings with Johnny Eagle.  One of Mr. Benns’ sons went to Georgia Tech, so you could tell there was a big influence from the Atlanta market.  So we were always in tune with the latest and greatest hits.”

Jack Pennington – “Worked with Gene in two small stations in McMinn and Monroe Counties during the mid 60′s before he ascended to Jet Fli. He was absolutely great. Wonderful sense of humor. Very, very happy memories of Gene.”

Did you know Gene personally or would to praise his work on the air or share any pictures?  If so, please comment below.

One response to “Gene Lovin

  1. Jack Pennington

    Worked with Gene in two small stations in McMinn and Monroe Counties during the mid 60’s before he ascended to Jet Fli. He was absolutely great. Wonderful sense of humor. Very, very happy memories of Gene.

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