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Steve Nicolet

One of the most talented DJ's ever to work in Seattle & Honolulu, that's Steve Nicolet. Born in Syracuse, New York, Steve later moved to and grew up in Van Nuys, California. Shortly after graduating from Birmingham High School in Van Nuys, he landed his first radio job in Glendale, California at KUTE in 1961. A one-time schoolmate of actor-singer Bobby Sherman, the personable Nicolet took his show across the Pacific to KPOI in Honolulu, Hawaii. There, Steve held court on the aloha airwaves for a decade. Steve recalls a zany stunt there that went haywire. 'We decided to display the World's Biggest Christmas Tree'. We had it shipped over from the states. Problem #1 was when the flatbed truck hauling the tree couldn't negotiate an underpass on the way to the lot where we were going to display it. After finally getting that taken care of, we then mounted the tree in the parking lot of a shopping center who was sponsoring the event. Almost immediately, the needles fell off of the tree after it was exposed to the warm weather.' In 1972, Nicolet moved to KKUA in Honolulu, then a few months later moved back to the states to take a gig at KISW in Seattle. It was there that he worked the remainder of his broadcast career. In 1975, while still at KISW, Steve also did a show at KJR for PD Pat O'Day. He went solely to KJR in '78. By 1981. Steve moved with O'Day to KYYX-FM & KXA-AM. Ever the enterpreneur, Mr. Nicolet opened a Record Store on Bainbridge Island where he made his home. By the summer of 1982, Steve went to KSPL 1150 AM. He was the Afternoon Drive jock, then held various management positions, including PD and GM until the station came to an end in August, 1984. Shortly thereafter, Steve worked for a spell at KBRO in Bremerton. He retired from it all in June of 1987. Today, Steve runs a successful Travel Marketing company in Seattle. From his early days working with the legends of rock and acting in various productions (including a part in the 1970 movie 'Tora, Tora, Tora') hosting his notable '3 O'clock Rock' oldies feature at KSPL, Steve Nicolet did a lot of great radio. Just ask the many who remember him in the Emerald City and in the Islands! E-mail Steve at



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