KFRC 610 San Francisco – Dr Don Rose – January 20 1976 Dr. Don Rose was the King of Bay Area radio in the 1970s & 80s. King of corny one-liners and wacky sound
Here’s the very first hour and a half of the re-launched Magic 61. August 11, 1986. 6 am.
Famous 56 WFIL was a Philadelphia radio powerhouse in the 1960 & 70s. “The Pop Explosion” on WFIL began in September 1966, as they took on Top 40 leader WIBG. WFIL was slick, fast paced,
Date of Recording: 01.25.1982 Station: 610 KFRC San Francisco, California, USA Format: CHR Featured Air Personalities: Dr. Don Rose (WQXI/WFIL/KFRC, Jayne Dornacker (Traffic) (KFRC/WNBC), Robert McCormick (News) Contributor: Bob Gilmore Date of Posting: 09.21.2017 Total
Sure, the Big 610 is long gone now, and so is the FM, but we can sure think back to happier times! Here’s the Doctor himself, just months ahead of the format change which took
There’s a reason why industry experts in the 1960s and early 70s chose WQXI as the southern leader in the Top 40 format, and much of it is on exhibit here. If you can get
John Mack Flanagan was a west coast radio legend. He spent nearly 40 years in broadcasting, much of that time in Top 40 radio. Flanagan was on the air at KFRC from 1973 to
If only the East Coast had a Top 40 station like this! Oh… well, besides WABC. We here at Airchexx have put much focus on 610 KFRC as THE dominant station in San Francisco. But,