BALTIMORE - Do you remember the song that led to your first kiss? How about the song that sets you back in your 20's? Music always sets our place and time in life. For more than 50 years, radio legend Johnny Dark has been the one to pull us up and make us happy...by playing one little song.
Now the needle has changed and he is using the microphone as medicine.
Eighty-three days ago his wife of 33 years Colleen Dark died.
Before she passed, she told Johnny to restore his radio life. So every Noon to 3pm you can hear Johhny Dark on WTTR Radio in Westminister.
This weekend will be very tough. Saturday night, Johnny will be honored at the Children's Cancer Foundation event. He has been on the board for 28 years!.
This will be the first time he is going without her. Then Sunday, Johnny will walk in the Komen Race for the Cure in Hunt Valley.
You can hear this radio legend everyday from Noon to 3pm at www.wttr.com.
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