Station: 93.1 KCBS-FM Los Angeles, California
Featured Air Talent: M.G. Kelly
Airchexx Entry: 654 (Repost at 1,451)
Its always great to hear the gunner, and this is no exception… but why does your webmaster detect a hint of Dan Ingram sarcasm in Kelly’s delivery? Were it not for this exceptionally orchestrated set of KCBS-FM jingles and Southern California traffic reports, one could easily imagine being on the east coast and listening to 101.1 FM. Obviously this was a cloned station, CBS trying to imitate it’s NYC format in Los Angeles… and perhaps if not for KRTH being so well entrenched in the format, KCBS-FM could have done well.. but that’s a discussion for another time.
There is no date on this recording but we know that this is from a reasonably small window of time between July of 1991 when 93.1 got the KCBS-FM calls (switching from KODJ) and September 1993 when they dropped the Oldies format. Some of our listenters may remember the promotions and give us a better date estimate.
Bobby Ocean is the imaging voice.
A note about the logo: At this point in time there doesn’t seem to be an available logo from the “Oldies 93” era of this radio station. If you own the copyright to such a logo and wish to donate it for this particular aircheck presentation, please use the link above and contact us. You will be given credit for your help.