Join Bob & Connie Sunday 9AM & 9PM
Do You Remember These?
Hosts Bob Knipe & Connie Boyd take longtime listeners back to the heyday of pop and rock music, spanning favorites from the 50’s, 60’s and beyond. Each program features a relatable theme to kick off the song selection, topics of discussion and listener interactions. The program is infused with retro themed commercials featuring Office for the Aging programs and information along with pre-recorded skits, interviews and listener trivia.
Join Bob & Connie as they reach back in the record collection and reminisce over the good old days of radio’s golden age! Turn back the dial and let the needle drop on your favorite tunes of yesteryear. Take a trip down memory lane back to where it all started. The ballads, the pop, the dance music and the rock! Turn it up to ten! Sing along and see… Do You Remember These?
Hosted by Bob Knipe & Connie Boyd:
Bob is enjoying productive retirement as a community volunteer and activist. Arts council board president. Operations manager & musician with the Genesee Symphony Orchestra and Batavia Concert Band. Grant reviewer for several organizations. Bob still manages to find time to serve on the city planning & development committee and volunteer as a driver for VA medical center.
Connie is happily retired as former Director/Assistant Professor of the Human Services Program at GCC. Connie was a previous Director of the Genesee County Office For the Aging, co-director of the YWCA, Director of Planned Parenthood and served 6 years as a county legislator. She currently volunteers doing radio spots for Volunteers for Animals, serves as a Master Gardener through Genesee County Cooperative Extension, is a board member at GO-ART, serves on the Batavia Historic Preservation Commission, is Vice President of the Batavia Cemetery Association, teaches belly dance at GO-ART, and is a performing member of Troupe Nisaa Bellydance.
Do You Remember These? is sponsored by:
Theme Music: “Do You Remember These?” by The Statler Brothers
WBTA FM 100.1 and AM 1490