About Brian Beirne – “Mr. Rock N’ Roll” ®
Brian Beirne, “Mr. Rock N’ Roll” ® was honored after 5 decades on the air for his 29 years at Oldies Radio KRTH 101 in Los Angeles, which represented the longest continuous stint in FM radio history. He is second all time in Los Angeles radio history for longevity at one station.
Brian has worked as news director, TV weatherman, and TV entertainment reporter, which won him the LA Press Club Award for the best entertainment reporting. He has been Billboard Magazines Newscaster of the Year and has also won two additional Billboard awards for music specials, which he wrote, voiced and produced. Beirne has been nominated for Oldies Personality of the Year by Radio and Records. He’s had a long running weekly radio show in Tokyo and Nagoya Japan and he has been the voice of several national radio spots including the voiceover host of “The Beach Boys Summer Beach Party” TV Show. Beirne wrote and hosted “New Gold on CD” a syndicated radio show for Westwood One as well as writing for Dick Clark’s “Rock, Roll & Remember” radio show. Brian Beirne, Mr. Rock N’ Roll, can also be seen co-hosting the morning show on AZ TV.
In 1991 Brian Beirne was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
‘Mr. Rock N’ Roll’ is in harmony with Newport Beach
Brian Beirne spent 29 years as a disc jockey (the longest continuous stint in FM radio history) playing oldies music for K-EARTH/101 in Los Angeles. You might know him by the moniker his listeners suggested because of his extensive knowledge of music and musicians — “Mr. Rock N’ Roll.”
You might also have seen his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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