Thursday, October 22, 2009

KFXM and K/men October 21-22, 1971

Oops! Originally put up the incorrect week/month! What was I thinking?!? Really don't want it to be September again. Thanks to lord darth sidious for seeing what I couldnt see.


Yo-Yo-Osmonds #1 on both KFXM and K/men
Highest debut Two Divided By Love-Grass Roots
New
All I Ever Need Is You-Sonny & Cher

Hey! As a few people have pointed out recently Bruce Chandler moved from K/men to KFXM. But has any DJ had his picture on two different radio surveys at the same time as currently working at both in the same city?
Highest debut You Brought The Joy-Freda Payne #26 New
Got To Be There-Michael Jackson
Hello Bruce Chandler...Goodbye Bob B. Blue

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did JAY MILLA ever make it to
the Jock lineup at KFXM?
Never heard him.
There's a shakeup in the lineup
coming up within 2 weeks, as I remember it from 38 years ago.
Thom Devine to all nights?
Johnny Kaye to evenings?
Bruce Chandler from KMEN to
KFXM afternoons.
Something like that.


Thom Devine belonged
on KMET. He was really a flower
child from the 60s. I think he
was tired of the Top 40 fast
formats. He couldn't do stuff
on top 40 that KMET would allow.
Such as sets of songs that
matched.

Lord Darth Sidious said...
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Lord Darth Sidious said...

Doug, notised the 1971 KFXM Tiger Tune Sheet and K/MENtertainer surveys posted this week are dated for SEPTEMBER... these appear to be last month's poop sheets or is this One in error???

Lord Darth Sidious said...

kudos to administrator Doug for catching us up on this week's 1971 survey pairings...
remarking about Bruce Chandler's rather un-precedented feat of showing up simultaneously on both rival station's poop sheets: "Timing Is Everything", and Bruce surely got the luck of the draw during this post-ratings period of major changes for each broadcaster.