Additional MBA Hall of Fame Inductee Named

KSHE FM in St. Louis recently celebrated its 50th anniversary as America’s oldest rock station thanks in great part to one of the pioneers of Album Oriented Rock . . . Sheldon “Shelley” Grafman. This year the Missouri Broadcasters Association is proud to announce that Shelley Grafman will be inducted into the Missouri Broadcasters Hall of Fame.


Shelley was instrumental in the successful careers of several of today’s rock legends, producing many of their concerts in St. Louis. Under Shelley’s guidance K-She 95 and its mascot, Sweetmeat became world renown.


Last month, the MBA announced two other broadcasters, Mike Murphy and Bob Priddy will be inducted into the Missouri Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame.  Mike Murphy, who was born Michael Hervey, would go on to become a Kansas City radio legend.  Bob Priddy is a historian, author, and broadcast journalist from Jefferson City.


The induction ceremony will be part of the 2018 Awards Banquet at the MBA annual convention at Lodge of Four Seasons at Lake of the Ozarks on Saturday, June 2nd.


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