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Radio Station: Livermush Kid and Cooking Breakfast

radio station: The morning disc jockey was a young fellow named Chuck Mosley, who billed himself as The Livermush Kid, according to NOW Magazine. The morning show's main sponsor was a mom 'n' pop grocery called Walsh's Market which sold the very best homemade livermush in the region. For my mother and me, the radio station whose tunes resounded through our kitchen in the mornings was WSVM, 1490 AM, Valdese. While Mom was cooking breakfast and I was preparing for my daily trudge to Drexel High School, The Kid would fill our mornings with the smooth sounds of early '70s pop. But our particular favorite was John Denver's Take Me Home, Country Roads. Mom and I both loved James Taylor's Fire and Rain, Neil Diamond's Cracklin' Rosie, The Temptations' Just my Imagination, and Neil Young's Heart of Gold. ( As reported in the news.