Remembering Rosalie Trombley
The woman credited with launching the music careers of many rock bands as the music director for CKLW The Big 8 has passed away. Rosalie Trombley, a pioneer in Canadian radio died peacefully Tuesday at the age of 82, AM800 reports. Trombley started her career as a switchboard operated at the radio station but quickly made a earned a name for herself by discovering hit songs by talented artists. The Showgram honours her life, career, and legacy with interviews and some of the music she helped make famous.
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