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Dr. Don Rose on KFRC 610 San Francisco | January 20 1976

Advertisements  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 wackyContinue readingDr. Don Rose on KFRC 610 San Francisco | January 20 1976

Wild Bill Scott, KFRC AM/FM San Francisco | June 24, 1994

Wild Bill Scott was a radio pioneer who was credited with creating the “Z-Rock” Rock Radio Network. He was best known as a radio personality who worked at mainly hard rock stations across the U.S. including Chicago’s WLUP and WMET, along with the legendary KROQ “K-Rock” in Los Angeles. He’s heard here on the relatively short-lived KFRC AM-FM Oldies simulcast. 

Dean Stevens in for Gary Bryan, KFRC AM/FM San Francisco | June 27, 1994

Advertisements **LISTENING LINKS** Click below to hear this audio-only, telescoped Classic Aircheck. Click below to view this from our Official Airchexx YouTube Channel (Airchexx Classic Radio DESCRIPTION For fans of the Big 610, or KFRCContinue readingDean Stevens in for Gary Bryan, KFRC AM/FM San Francisco | June 27, 1994

Marvelous Mark Counts Down the Top 100 of 1977 on 610 KFRC San Francisco | January 2, 1978

Advertisements BACKGROUND 610 KFRC was a Top 40 radio station serving the San Francisco area with only 5,000 watts. While the power was rather low for such a legendary station, the signal really got outContinue readingMarvelous Mark Counts Down the Top 100 of 1977 on 610 KFRC San Francisco | January 2, 1978

KFRC Station Composite, 610 KFRC San Francisco | 1979

Advertisements There are some radio stations that are considered legendary. WABC New York, WLS Chicago, KHJ Los Angeles, and I think KFRC San Francisco would be in that category. It was San Francisco’s Top 40Continue readingKFRC Station Composite, 610 KFRC San Francisco | 1979