Disregarding that "advertisement" . . .
Around Chicago, there was a DJ on a now-defunct station, Oldies 104.3, named Dick Biondi (sp?). He had a real "classic" radio voice, and he'd been in the radio business for decades.
Unfortunately, the corporate owners of that station changed the station to have more demographically popular content (i.e. today's music- see thread about today's music
). That was one of the last radio stations I would listen to, because it would play awesome pop music from the 50s and 60s.
Now it's gone, but I always loved that man's voice.