What I do remember is WDRC had a strong signal (103 ... something?) and that Magic 104 had the wind chimes in between songs. XD
WDRC is 102.9 (referred to on air as 103). They became oldies in 1986 and classic rock at some point in the 2010s, which bugged a lot of people because there are several other classic rock stations around but no other oldies stations.
I remember Magic 104 too, but they are also long gone. 104.1 became alternative rock in the 1990s, then hip-hop for a while, then alternative again.
Now if you confuse Chuck Mangione with Herb Alpert, I could definitely see it. Herb Alpert's "resurgence" came about with "Rise", a year after "Feels So Good". After all, they both knew each other. Herb Alpert signed Chuck Mangione to his label A&M Records.
Here's an odd one: the bridge on Twisted Sister's "We're not Gonna Take It" is very similar to the one on the Honeycombs' "Have I the Right?"
Funny thing about "We're Not Gonna Take It" -- Dee Snyder said that right before the song hit it big, somebody told him that it sounded like he took the melody for the chorus from "O Come All Ye Faithful". Dee thought about it for a second and realized he was right...