Tagged: KFWB

It’s March 10, 1968, And If You Lived In L.A., Things Would Sound A Little Different After Today

It’s March 10, 1968, And If You Lived In L.A., Things Would Sound A Little Different After Today

The last hour of Top-40 KFWB – March 10, 1968 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection There you are – March 10, 1968 – anywhere between the ages of 14 and 24. KFWB, the radio station you have come to rely on for all your musical discoveries is going off the...

‘We Play Phonograph Records’ – KMET – June 27, 1968 – Free-Form Radio In Los Angeles – Past Daily Pop Chronicles

  – KMET-FM – Los Angeles – June 27, 1968 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection When the 60s got started AM Radio was the predominate form of Pop Culture in the country. Los Angeles was no different. FM radio, though sounding a million times better, was largely the domain of...

KFWB On KMET – 1972 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles

Click on the link here for Audio Player – KFWB on KMET – Gary Owens Show – November 11, 1972 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection Unless you grew up in L.A. in the 1960s, or have an interest in Top-40 radio in the Los Angeles area in the 1960s, this...

The Wide-Wide Weird World Of BMR – B. Mitchel Reed – KFWB – July 15, 1967 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles

    Click on the link here for Audio Player: KFWB – B. Mitchel Reed – 10:00 pm-11:00 pm – July 15, 1967 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection Forty-six years ago, if you lived in Los Angeles and were roughly in age up to, perhaps 25, you were undoubtedly listening...

Top-40 Radio – The Diamond Mine With Dave Diamond – KBLA – June 16, 1967 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles

Click on the link here for Audio Player – Hour 1: Click on the link here for Audio Player – Hour 3:    On this night, June 16th 1967, forty-six years ago, Los Angeles was mourning the loss of  one of its powerhouse Top-40 Radio stations, going...

Going The Red Carpet Route – A Premier At Grauman’s In 1946 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles: Hollywood Edition

Click on the link here for Audio Player: Anna And The King Of Siam Opening – 1946 Ironically, the photo above was taken the same time this broadcast was going on. The typical Hollywood Premier. This one, for the 20th Century Fox Production of Anna and The King of Siam...