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Within a year he was on the air six nights a week, two hours a night, reaching a previously undreamt-of audience that seemingly rejected categories, musical or otherwise, as much as he did. Rock ‘n’ roll would not be acknowledged, or named for that matter, for another four or five years, but Dewey had discovered the new world as surely as Columbus (or someone) discovered America. Frankie Laine’s “Mule Train” might lead in to a hot gospel number by Sister Rosetta Tharpe, a lowdown Muddy Waters blues could be followed by a pretty ballad from Nat “King” Cole or Larry Darnell, and it would scarcely come as a shock if a Hank Williams’ “heart song” were thrown in for good measure. The one constant, the one element that held it all together was Dewey’s impassioned advocacy, his mad, manic patter. “If you can’t drink it,” he extemporized, singing the praises of his sponsor, locally brewed Falstaff Beer, “freeze it and eat it. If you can’t do that, open up a cotton-picking rib and POUR it in.” Above all, he advised his listeners, whatever business they might be about, “Tell ‘em Phillips sentcha.” And they did, one even going so far as to deliver that message to a startled emergency-room staff at a local hospital.


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