50 years of radio and she's still rocking! Nancy's career began in Chicago at WSDM, the station "with the girls and all that jazz." Her dream was to be a disc jockey in Los Angeles and it didn't happen over night, but it happened!
Nancy's career is detailed in her book "DO NOT AIR! Radio Stories and Other Stuff." The first printing has sold out but it's now available on Amazon in a paperback format as well as a Kindle version.
AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY BY
In 1970's radio, the world of Top 40 and Rock music belonged to the boys...until Nancy Plum came along. She has written a delicious book about her radio journey and it is filled with fun LARadio stories. Her first interview with Paul Drew at 93/KHJ didn't go so well when she failed to know who Peter Noon was. On to KDAY and Nancy's expression when Wolfman Jack pulled out a joint the size of a cigar. AOR radio was her magic key to break the glass ceiling. One can only imagine how much fun Nancy had in writing this book. There is just as much awaiting the reader that wants to go along for the ride."
LARadio.com publisher and noted radio historian