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Kiss' Ace Frehley Visits KFM-BFM
By Joe Nelson
ACE FREHLEY VISITS 100.7 KFM-BFM FOR “ORIGINS” EVENT WITH FANS
SAN DIEGO, CA – Today (THURSDAY), Ace Frehley, original lead guitarist and founding member of the rock band KISS, joined listeners and staff of 100.7 KFM-BFM for an intimate “KFM-BFM Origins” event.
“KFM-BFM Origins” is a “songs and stories” concept, where artists tell their journey of musical discovery and share highlights of their career. Ace spent over an hour with KFM-BFM Program Director and afternoon DJ Garett Michaels recounting the early days of KISS, and details about his latest solo release “Origins Vol. 1.” He also plugged in his custom Les Paul guitar and played riffs from KISS songs “Cold Gin,” “Parasite” and “Rock and Roll All Night.”
“It was anabsolute honor to have Ace join us for our inaugural KFM-BFM Origins,” said Michaels. “As a long time fan, I’m still a bit stunned that I spent an afternoon hanging out with one of the all time guitar greats. I look forward to hosting many more KFM-BFM Origins for our listeners who are truly passionate fans of rock-n-roll. I freaking love this job!”
“KFM-BFM Origins,” is an on-going series, and Michaels encourages artists and labels who are interested in participating to contact him.
KFM-BFM 100.7 debuted its “variety rock” format on January 4th and has already become the top ranked rock station in San Diego.
SDLocal is a joint operating arrangement with Local Media San Diego, LLC, operators of radio stations 91X (XTRA-FM), Magic 92.5 (XHRM-FM), and Z90 (XHTZ-FM), and Midwest Television, Inc., licensee of KFMB radio stations 100.7 KFM-BFM, AM 760 KFMB, and television station CBS 8.
Pala Rez Radio 91.3 FM has secured the exclusive Southern California broadcast rights to The Wolfman Jack Show. The Wolfman will be heard five nights a week at 6 beginning with his Halloween Special on Saturday, October 31 as part of six hours of special Rez Halloween programming. The WJS will assume its permanent slot every Tuesday through Saturday starting at 6p beginning November 3.
Wolfman Jack, whose real name was Robert Smith – same as the Chairman of the Pala Band of Mission Indians – hmmm, you don’t suppose … nah, couldn’t be. Anyway, Wolfman Jack’s rise to become America’s most well-known disc jockey brought him from Mexican border blaster, 250,000-watt XERF in Ciudad Acuña across from Del Rio, Texas to a similar station in Rosarita, Baja California in the mid-1960s – XERB, 1090 AM where he howled for years on tapes shipped across the border from offices in Chula Vista and later, Hollywood. Those shows were then beamed up th…
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SOCAL TACO FEST ANNOUNCES MUSIC LINEUPNELLY WILL HEADLINE AREA’S LARGEST TACO FESTIVALAT WATERFRONT PARK ON MAY 18 February 25, 2019
(San Diego, CA) Recording artist Nelly will headline the musical entertainment at SoCal Taco Fest, happening Saturday, May 18 at Waterfront Park in downtown San Diego. Arise Roots and DJ D-Rock are also confirmed to perform, and more artists will be announced soon.
SoCal Taco Fest will feature over 25 of the best taco restaurants in the Southern California region, a lineup of national and local music acts, Lucha Libre wrestling, Chihuahua races and beauty pageant, and the Milagro Cantina – a tented bar with custom-crafted margaritas poured to a live DJ.
SoCal Taco Fest is open to everyone ages 21 and up. General Admission tickets are $25 and include entrance to the festival and all entertainment. Tacos and beverages are an additional cost. VIP tickets are available for $125 and include beverages, taco bar, front row access to stage, and priv…