Here’s the very first hour and a half of the re-launched Magic 61. August 11, 1986. 6 am.
KIOI, known to it’s listeners as K101 FM, was owned by engineering graduate and broadcasting magnate James Gabbert. It was a rather wild station. They had what could be best described as an adult top[…]
Here are over 15 minutes of pure 1970s KFRC heaven! If WABC New York is considered the greatest Top 40 station of all time (on the East Coast), then 610 KFRC has to be it[…]
Mike Slavko, was best known to Bay Area rock radio fans as the hyped-up, nutty DJ “M. Dung.” Soon after KFOG went from “beautiful music” to rock in 1982, Mike, who was[…]
Dave Morey, was the first voice heard on KFOG, when it launched its adult rock format back in September 1982. He started hosting middays, but eventually he moved to mornings.[…]
September 16, 1982, was the day 104.5 KFOG dropped the station elevator music, and started playing Rock & Roll. It was a mix of Album Rock, & Classic Rock, targeting adults. Many adult rockers loved[…]
For almost 20 years, starting in the early 1960s, KFOG 104.5 played Beautiful Music. Lots of instrumentals, with a few show tunes mixed it. The station did fared well for most of that[…]
Here’s The Big 610 from the early Drake years!