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In 1987, former WAKY PD Bob Moody asked Bill to join him at WPOC in Baltimore, where Moody was PD.
Bob writes:"When I arrived at WPOC in Baltimore they had a morning team of Rocky Marlowe and Laurie De Young.
When Rocky's contract wasn't renewed we hired Bill Bailey to be Laurie's new partner.
What looked like great creative conflict on paper -- male/female, young/old, liberal/conservative -- didn't work out so well on the air.
After leaving WAKY the second time, Bill did some airwork for Louisville's WTMT. I think, apart from our own company – nothing in our lives really lasts forever.But when we’re looking for a partner and not succeeding, and we feel we’ve been single for way too long (Months? – definition of “a long time” can be very subjective), that horrible thought almost inevitably creeps in: ‘Will I ever find someone? ’ I could bet you right here right now for any amount – you won’t stay single forever, unless you really want to. If you are actively looking, it will very rarely be much longer. I’ve been there – there were periods of my singleness which – of course – never lasted longer than those few years, but there and then they sure seemed like they will go just go on and on… Desperation takes over easily when you feel you’re trying so hard and nothing is happening.A few of my colleagues at WAKY were Jack Sanders, Jim Light(foot), Chuck Dunaway and Phil Page."Following WAKY, I went to KQV in Pittsburgh for 4 years.
At that point I returned to my hometown (Evansville, IN) to open my business, Aiken Management.
We were able to turn the fortunes of GBF from bad to good (including becoming the first station to syndicate The Bob and Tom Show). Did mornings at WSSX in Charleston, SC in the early '80s.