Shotgun Tom Kelly, KFMB-FM B100 San Diego |Undated

Curator’s Notes:
Well yea.. all of you looking at the logo are saying “That’s not what B100’s logo looked like!”. True, but it does fit the legal ID that KFMB-FM used during the B100 era! Realize that there is a KFMB (AM) station that back in this era was Full Service Adult Contemporary.

Original Comments:
Contributors Joyce and Bob were eager to add this really short recording of Shotgun Tom Kelly on B100 FM! We don’t have a date for this one, but there are a few audio clues and we’ll let you listeners figure out when.


B100 FM San Diego

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Bobby Ocean, 1170 KCBQ San Diego | May 26, 1971

A bit of light processing returns this performance of the Bobby Ocean show on KCBQ to life! Quoted from Wikipedia “Some of KCBQ’s most legendary personalities included Don Howard, Jim O’Leary, Ralph James, Jack Vincent, Dex Allen, Harry “Happy Hare” Martin, “Shotgun” […]

Comments

calradiopd
June 1, 2010 at 8:54 am


Late August 1977…based on ELO, Frampton and promotion of upcoming Padres/Cardinals game. Cards were in town for a 3-game stand on 8/29, 8/30 and 8/31.

The Cards’ earlier visits that year would have been too early for the music.



Jeff in Sa-ra-so-ta!
July 29, 2018 at 3:48 pm


Sometime in the Summer of 1977



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