published Sunday, July 31st, 2011

Chattanooga disc jockey Bobby Q Day dies

Local disc jockey Bobby Q. Day died Saturday, according to the John P. Franklin Funeral Home.
Local disc jockey Bobby Q. Day died Saturday, according to the John P. Franklin Funeral Home.
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Well-known Chattanooga disc jockey Bobby Q. Day, whose real name was Eddie White, died Saturday, according to the John P. Franklin Funeral Home.

“His name was synonymous with rhythm and blues in Chattanooga during the ‘70s and ‘80s,” said David Carroll, a local broadcaster whose book, “Chattanooga Radio and Television,” chronicles the city’s media.

Funeral arrangements will be announced later, according to the funeral home.

See Monday’s Times Free Press for complete story.

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