bruce bradley hall of fame inductee 2016

Bruce Bradley

The late and popular deejay Bruce “Juicy Brucie” Bradley, once described by an admirer as “a real person with a quick mind, and a wonderful wit; just a funny, funny man,” joined WBZ Radio in the evenings in 1960 when it was the “Boss Sound of Boss-Town.” From 1978 to 1981, he was the station’s voice of afternoon drive in its Adult Contemporary program days.  One of the highlights of his Boston career was his intro with Arnie “Woo-Woo” Ginsburg of the Beatles, when they played Suffolk Downs in 1966.  Bradley died in 2013 after a radio career that also took him to WCAU -AM Philadelphia, WYNY -FM New York City, and to St. Louis with powerhouse station KMOX.  Bradley’s booming voice filled the KMOX airwaves from 1986-1992.