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Barry Scott is an American DJ, author, record producer and voice artist. He was born in Newington, Connecticut, declaring he wanted to be a DJ at age 5. In fact, a radio show he performed at that age has survived and has been featured on his web site. Scott attended Emerson College in Boston, studying radio broadcasting, creative writing and psychology.

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Since 1981, Barry Scott [1] has hosted the radio show The Lost 45s, which features Top 40 charted records from the 1970s and 1980s. The weekly and daily shows are syndicated nationally via a deal with both Benztown and Compass Media Networks.

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"The Lost 45s with Barry Scott" plays charted records from the 1970s and 1980s that no longer receive much airplay. His goal is to keep these songs and artists alive in an era of tight playlists. The show has been in national syndication since 1993. Barry Scott has appeared as a music expert on VH-1's "Behind The Music," CNN and Howard Stern. "The Lost 45s with Barry Scott" has broadcast interviews with over 900 recording artists. Praise from many of these performers can be heard on his web site, including Aretha Franklin, Carole King and Barry Gibb. He has also raised millions of dollars for various causes over the years, including a five-year Boston radiothon and concert to fight AIDS.

He has authored a book about music, We Had Joy, We Had Fun: The Lost Recording Artists of the Seventies (ISBN 057119835X), and compiled a number of commercial CD collections.

As a voiceover artist he has narrated video packages for TNA Wrestling and the NBA Finals.[2]

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