Terry Young is the weekday afternoon DJ on XM's 60s on 6 channel (ch 6). He's also the creative force behind an XM show called "Sonic Sound Salutes," which airs on the same channel, every Friday from 4pm to 9pm ET.
Each show pays tribute to an influential radio station from the 60s. Terry "transforms" XM's 60s on 6 channel into that radio station just for the afternoon.
On "Sonic Sound Salutes," Terry plays the station IDs, radio jingles, and the real DJ airchecks from that era. When Terry opens his mic, he talks about the station, the local city, and what it was like living there in the 60s (he literally does a ton of research before the show including interviewing people who grew up there during the time). Terry also takes live phone calls from people who remember the station during its glory days.
"Sonic Sound Salutes" has generated a fair share of press for XM over the years (Young has been doing broadcasts since 2004). Like today's Buffalo News which waxes nostalgically about this afternoon's tribute to WKBW.
Even if you're too young to remember the 60s - like myself - you should listen to this show at least once. It's an incredible journey back to a golden age of terrestrial radio, an era (unfortunately) long behind us, and well worth the listen.