B-100 was part of a three-station group that included 760 KFMB (AM), 100.7 KFMB-FM and KFMB-TV Channel 8 San Diego. The station which became Top 40 “B-100” was actually one of three “Beautiful Music” formatted stations in the city. With one more signing on in 1975, the decision was made by then 760 KFMB PD Bobby Rich and his manager to take the FM Top 40 in March of that year. What happened next, you can hear a tiny part of here.
This only runs 6 minutes and is telescoped, however, the high energy more than makes up for the short length. Jimi Fox is a great jock. It sounds like he’s having a great time here! Jimi also is the guy who launched 1070 KTNQ in Los Angeles and is the narration voice behind this promotional tape done for that station in 1976.
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4 thoughts on “Jimi Fox, KFMB-FM B-100 FM San Diego | August, 1975”
Jimi is one of the great air talents from the 60’s & 70’s. Not only was he an air talent, he also held the titles of Music Director, & Program Director.Check out TEN-Q circa 1976. A Los Angeles station he put on the air.
Update to above: He spells his Name “Jimi”.
I worked for Jimi Fox at Ten-Q….we are having a music industry reunion and I’m trying to find him. Any one know how to reach him?
Jimi Fox, I see him every day … Try Emailing: email@example.com. He is still a Poet and loves his Rock n’ Roll.