Monday, June 21, 2010

KFXM and K/MEN June 18, 1965

The NEW K/mentertainer Newspaper Volume I Number 1 For those not familiar with this edition. It is on newsprint and when opened to the front page is 11 x 17 1/2 This newpaper will be around for awhile.



The third Inland Empire Rolling Stones concert!
K/men Kwotes with the newest of the K/men Bob Griffin, and Jim Markham has left the building. (OK he's still here, but in a different department, the news department with Lyle Kilgore)
The reasoning behind the title change in the new Beatles movie
Satifaction-Rolling Stones #1
Highest debut What's New Pussycat-Tom Jones #2
New
Laurie-Dickie Lee
All I Really Want To Do-Cher
All I Really Want to do-Byrds
Let Her Dance-Bobby Fuller Four (Why wasn't this a hit?)
I Got You Babe-Sonny & Cher
I Can't Help Myself-Four Tops #1
Highest debut What's New Pussycat-Tom Jones #33
New
I Like It Like That-Dave Clark 5
I Want Candy-Strangloves
Justine-Righteous Brothers

4 comments:

Lord Darth Sidious said...

"ALL RIGHT, HAMILTON!" the new K/MENtertainer newspaper has made its debut in the Inland Empire...
and for a lot of us radio people, things would never be quite the same.

Anonymous said...

Jim Markham did not leave the building at K/MEN. If you look at the bottom of page 2, you will see he and Lyle Kilgore are the News department. Jim was also the Chief Engineer at K/Men.

Anonymous said...

So how come KMEN never played
PEANUTS? It was a funky
mexican tune.
I actually have the single.
Came in the infamous "six pack
of hits" from KFXM.

Lord Darth Sidious said...

LYLE KILGORE WOULD SOON DEPART
for the new 93 KHJ Los Angeles to serve as grandmaster Newsman, yes?