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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

KFOG 104.5 San Francisco, Format Flip From Beautiful Music to Rock | Sept. 16 1982

Advertisements     KFOG first went on the air in 1964 as an easy-listening station, and its trademark fog horn sound quickly caught on. By the early 1980s, the easy listening format was drawing anContinue readingKFOG 104.5 San Francisco, Format Flip From Beautiful Music to Rock | Sept. 16 1982

Don Kelly, Anything Goes on K101 KIOI San Francisco | December 1973

Advertisements 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 adultContinue readingDon Kelly, Anything Goes on K101 KIOI San Francisco | December 1973

M. Dung Idiot Show, 104.5 KFOG San Francisco | 1985

Advertisements         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, whoContinue readingM. Dung Idiot Show, 104.5 KFOG San Francisco | 1985

Dave Morey’s Final Show, KFOG 104.5 San Francisco | December 19 2008

Advertisements           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 toContinue readingDave Morey’s Final Show, KFOG 104.5 San Francisco | December 19 2008