We are the Joy Boys of radio...
We chase electrons to and fro!
Click the Play button (triangle) below and sing along with the Joy Boys theme!
This site is dedicated to The Joy Boys, Ed Walker and Willard Scott,
who entertained Washington DC listeners on WRC radio from 1955
to 1972. We also remember their years together on WWDC, WOL, and WMAL. We
have lots of pictures, stories,
and sound clips from their shows over the years.
Fans of Ed Walker will be happy to hear this news: We recently received a large number of recordings of The Big Broadcast,
which will be archived here and in several radio history museums and libraries. Click here for the details.
Remember the Joy Boys, Volume Four: Milestones. is now available through
this web site.
Click here to learn more and to receive
All three of our previous 'greatest hits' collections are still available! Click
on the picture below for more information.
We also have over a hundred other Joy Boys CDs with complete shows and comedy
bits-n-pieces, listed on our
Audio page. To see them all,
for information about ordering any of our CDs.
We now accept PayPal too!
Very exciting news - for the first time we have a video of the Joy Boys in
action! This is from their last show on WRC radio, October 1972.
Thanks to Tom Buckley, Dave Statter, Bob Bell, and YouTube for making this
long-lost clip available to our visitors.
This clip is part of the final show, and we have the entire show (audio)
available on our CDs JB106, JB107, and JB108. Find these and other
CDs on our Audio page.
And please keep those cards, letters, and tapes coming!
Use the navigation buttons on the left, or the links at the bottom
of each page, to see and hear more of the Joy Boys:
- sites where you can learn more about the Joy Boys and Washington radio.
We are always looking for more Joy Boys material for this site!
You are seeing the results of a long search for tapes,
pictures, and other memorabilia.
It came from fans, listeners and collectors like you.
Please contact us
if you have anything that might add to our archives; we would
be very grateful, and all items will be returned.
Some of the things we would love to receive from you:
- Tapes (of course!)
- Stories about the "good old days"
- Links to other Old Time Radio sites
If you have tapes, photos, or stories to share, about the days you
spent listening to the Joy Boys, please let us know.