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How popular is Coast to Coast Am in Vegas?

Discussion in 'Living in Sin (City that is)' started by failsafe, Nov 24, 2016.

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  1. failsafe

    failsafe Low-Roller

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    Seeing as how it started with Art Bell broadcasting from his home in Pahrump and Vegas being so close to Area 51 .Occasional host George Knapp is a Vegas resident and works for KLAS.
    Just wondering if this gives the radio show much popularity or just ho hum another radio program?
     
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  2. johnnytwofingers

    johnnytwofingers Low-Roller

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    Oh man I used to listen to Coast to Coast like 15 years ago when I went to sleep at night, is it still playing?
     
  3. mason

    mason Low-Roller

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    yes it is
     
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    fischer Low-Roller

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    Great post, I have considered making a pilgrimage to Pahrump with a hopes of running into Art. I think it is just a little too far.
     
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    They tell me (the ubiquitous "they") that he is no longer in residence there. Here's how his encampment looked a few years ago. To find it, just follow directions to the, uh, houses of ill repute, and look for a bunch of blue stuff and antennas on the right of the road.

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  6. failsafe

    failsafe Low-Roller

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    Hmmmm........... I figured George Knapp would be one with the most ratings.
     
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    nhanna45 Low-Roller

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    I loved listening to Coast to Coast when Art was on the radio. He always had a way of keeping your on your toes and coming at you with the unexpected. George Noory was okay at the start, but the show has gotten too political. I've only heard George Knapp a handful of times, but I can tell you he should be the every night host. I rarely catch it anymore but its a treat when I do!
     
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    GamblingGolfer VIP Whale

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    Isn't Art Bell living in the Phillipines?

    GG
     
  9. Pointblanke

    Pointblanke Tourist

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    That's how it looked in February. I wasn't aware he'd moved on.
     
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    ThePokerPlayer Low-Roller

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    I used to listen to that. Fun lil conspiracy topic show. That John Titor stuff will always get my attention & I'm dying for someone to make a movie about it. Don't even care if they take it as legit true or make the movie about the event & the logical problems with it, but a movie must be made about that story.

    I don't even own a radio to listen to it nowadays & honestly wasn't even sure it was still on. I do listen to a podcast called The Conspiracy Show that is very Coast to Coast-ish.
    https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-conspiracy-show
     
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    Can’t stand George Noory. Art started a new online talk show called Midnight in the Desert, which he hosted for a while and turned over to a lady named Heather Wade. It’s on the TuneIn radio app every night.
     
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