October 8, 2011
With a great deal of GRATITUDE, I’m celebrating the 40! Anniversary my first radio show in California October 8th, 1971 at KZSU, Stanford, after moving from NYC to the SF Bay Area. It’s been a bumpy ride, and there’s still much I’d like to accomplish before I head to that destination that Steve Jobs pointed out we all share. This past week, we were all shocked by his passing. Age 56 is altogether too young, especially from the perspective we “baby boomers” now have on aging. I thank him for his passion for music that inspired what Apple did with iPod and iTunes. And, I thank you, the listener. The ones that tune in every week… Although tomorrow the Oakland Raiders game on 97.7 FM The River will preempt the broadcast. FYI, you can still listen to a special internet only version. Just click the roll-over on The River’s logo next to the cartoon crustacean’s left claw above.
Also, check out the San Francisco Chronicle article that was published on April 28th, 2011 and please add any Anniversary comments there, share it on facebook, twitter, +1, etc. Thank God (or whatever you see as a higher power in the Universe) that we have souls that love music. Cheers!