You're invited to stroll through the last 50 years of radio, music and pop culture with the legendary Cousin Brucie Murrow. The Brooklyn-born radio personality is now heard on WABC 770 with "Cousin Brucie's Saturday Night Rock-n-Roll Party." One of broadcasting's most popular and successful personalities, Brucie has been a favorite on-air host on New York radio stations WINS, WABC-AM, and at WCBS-FM, which was the nation’s No.1 oldies station. It was at WINS where Bruce got his first professional break and where he gained his legendary nickname “Cousin Brucie.” The story goes that one night in 1959, an elderly woman found her way into the studio from which Morrow was broadcasting and asked him “Hey cousin, can you lend me fifty cents?” Morrow complied and the endearing name “Cousin Brucie” was born. He has appeared in films such as Dirty Dancing and Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, had featured roles on Broadway in “Grease” and “Memphis,” and has made countless television appearances in shows including PBS’s “My Music” series, featured guest spots on morning television, and more.