Pop radio in February of 1981 featured a wide array of styles. Disco had fallen out of the spotlight and Country cross over hits from Dolly Parton and Eddie Rabbitt were in the Top Ten. Kool & The Gang were encouraging everyone to 'Celebrate'. Music veteran Delbert McClinton was having his most famous pop hit. I was the Court Jestor for the Ithaca High School basketball team. I would take my Panasonic tape recorder/player with me on the road trips. I wired a mini plug onto a large stereo speaker and we jammed all the way to La Farge, Kickapoo, Seneca, Wauzeka, De Soto, Weston, and Riverdale. Popular groups and artists to play included: Queen, Off Broadway, April Wine, Pat Benatar, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Bad Company, and Styx. This Saturday night, I will bring in my cassette tapes and we can jam again during WRCOs' Those Were The Days between six and Midnite. Help program the songs I play from the fifties through the eighties and see if you can find the answers to the trivia questions.